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18/07/2016 - Prevention step-up key to ending AIDS - WHO
The world needs to step up efforts to prevent HIV infections, an international conference heard yesterday. More

15/07/2016 - Zika set to burn out - after three years
The world will struggle to contain the spread of the Zika virus - but the epidemic will burn itself out after three years, according to British experts. More

13/07/2016 - HIV therapy guidance released
New recommendations have been published on the use of antiretroviral therapy in adults with HIV - backing pre-exposure treatment for some people. More

29/06/2016 - Zika vaccines in development
Work on a human vaccine for the Zika virus is progressing well, it was announced last night. More

24/06/2016 - How dengue may increase Zika vulnerability
The Zika virus may be using dengue infection as a "Trojan horse", according to British researchers. More

22/06/2016 - Pregnant women should not go to the Olympics - advice
Pregnant women should not go to the Olympics in Brazil because of the Zika virus, according to official guidance published yesterday. More

22/06/2016 - Mosquito bites boost virus spread
The inflammation from a mosquito bite helps the spread of viral infections, according to new findings. More

20/06/2016 - Yellow fever outbreak could need fractional dosing
Relief agencies can use fractional dosing to eke out limited supplies of yellow fever vaccine, the World Health Organisation said. More

07/06/2016 - Sex tourism poses STI threat - study
Growing opportunities for international travel are linked with unsafe sexual practices for thousands of people, researchers warn today. More

31/05/2016 - Neurologists warn on Zika threat to Europe
The Rio Olympics this summer will pose a "special epidemiological risk" to Europe because of the Zika virus, neurologists have warned. More

24/05/2016 - How heart failure patients benefit from flu vaccine
The flu vaccine significantly cuts the need for hospital care for heart failure patients, according to the findings of a major UK study reported yesterday. More

19/05/2016 - Zika warning for Europe
Europe could see its first Zika virus outbreak within weeks, health officials warned yesterday. More

18/05/2016 - Belgian hope for HIV treatment
A treatment which stops HIV from replicating has shown promise in the laboratory, Belgian researchers have reported. More

06/05/2016 - Infections in babies ‘increase diabetes risk’
Babies who develop viral respiratory infections in their first six months face an increased risk of type 1 diabetes as they grow older, according to a German study. More

29/04/2016 - Neurologists warn on Zika
Some 42 countries have now reported their first outbreaks of the Zika virus, according to figures published yesterday. More

26/04/2016 - Morning best for flu vaccines?
A flu vaccine administered in the morning may be more effective than in the afternoon, according to a UK study. More

14/04/2016 - Hope for combined HIV-HCV vaccine
British scientists believe it may be possible to create a combined vaccine against HIV and hepatitis C, a conference heard yesterday. More

14/04/2016 - Zika microcephaly link "clear" - US
The Zika virus is definitely responsible for outbreaks of microcephaly in babies, US health officials have stated. More

13/04/2016 - Post-Ebola syndrome investigated
Post-Ebola syndrome is the focus of a new study by international experts, presented at a major European conference this week. More

11/04/2016 - Zika may attack myelin
The Zika virus may attack the brain's myelin, causing a temporary illness similar to multiple sclerosis, a conference heard last night. More

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