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11/08/2014 - Ebola now global emergency
The Ebola crisis in West Africa has been declared a global health emergency by the World Health Organisation. More

05/08/2014 - Mystery of how HIV prevents MS
People infected with HIV may enjoy a reduced risk of developing multiple sclerosis, researchers reveal today. More

01/08/2014 - Intensified Ebola response plan launched
A major project to tackle the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa is being launched today by the World Health Organisation. More

31/07/2014 - Doctor-patient gap over health scares
Health professionals and the public have very different views of the major health scares of the age, according to a study published today. More

28/07/2014 - Row as liver virus found in donated blood
There was controversy today over a study which revealed that thousands of blood donors are infected with a usually harmless liver virus. More

24/07/2014 - Checking child fever - advice
British doctors get new advice today to help them identify when a child with fever is suffering from a serious illness. More

22/07/2014 - Global progress against common diseases - report
A major international 21st century drive against three common diseases has been highly effective - but the world is a long way short of eliminating HIV, TB and malaria, researchers say today. More

18/07/2014 - AIDS-related deaths more than halved
AIDS-related causes of death among adults with HIV have more than halved in 10 years, a study out today has revealed. More

18/07/2014 - HIV vaccine works for some patients
A new vaccine against HIV may work for some patients, who can be identified by a particular chemical, it was announced today. More

17/07/2014 - Whooping cough pregnancy programme should be extended
An emergency vaccination programme aimed at stopping deaths of babies from whooping cough is set to be extended for five years, it was announced yesterday. More

11/07/2014 - Old polio vaccine to the rescue
A 20th century vaccine against polio could be brought back into use to help tackle the growing threat from the disease, researchers said today. More

09/07/2014 - Tropical diseases menace travellers
Growing numbers of patients with tropical diseases are being treated in British hospitals, according to figures published yesterday. More

27/06/2014 - Surge in camel virus infections
The number of victims of the Middle Eastern camel virus increased dramatically yesterday as the Saudi authorities reported more than 100 extra victims. More

16/06/2014 - Plea for elderly HIV patients
A generation of people is entering old age infected with HIV, a conference heard yesterday. More

09/06/2014 - ‘Encouraging’ results from child flu vaccine pilot
A pilot scheme to vaccinate children against flu has yielded “encouraging” results, says Public Health England. More

06/06/2014 - Deadly infectious diseases 'neglected for decades'
Infectious diseases have been allowed to proliferate in the developing world over decades simply because of neglect, Scottish scientists claimed last night. More

05/06/2014 - Global alert as virus hits health workers
Healthcare workers have been given a global warning about the new Middle Eastern respiratory virus following the latest hospital scare. More

02/06/2014 - Elderly flock to shingles vaccine
Britain's elderly population are flocking to get protection against the misery of shingles, it has been announced. More

29/05/2014 - New bird flu not a threat
A new strain of bird flu is unlikely to pose a major threat to human health, British researchers revealed last night. More

27/05/2014 - Travel now main measles threat
Britain's measles outbreak has largely faded away - but cases of infection from overseas continue to pose a threat, public health officials have warned. More

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