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05/12/2011 - Measles outbreak warning
Western Europe is facing a major outbreak of measles - with several deaths recorded in France, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

01/12/2011 - Hope rises for beating Aids
Deaths from HIV infection have fallen by more than a fifth around the world in the last five years, it was announced today. More

29/11/2011 - HIV testing call
Everyone should be tested for HIV infection in some areas in a drive to find thousands of people who are unwittingly carrying the virus, UK government advisers say today. More

25/11/2011 - Mother almost died from flu, urges vaccination
A woman who almost died from flu last winter is urging people to get vaccinated against the illness. More

25/11/2011 - Alarm as new HIV escapes Africa
A rare type of HIV has now reached France, it was revealed today. More

17/11/2011 - Nose drop hope for child flu campaign
UK government advisers want flu vaccine nose drops to be developed for children, it emerged yesterday. More

11/11/2011 - Global toll of childhood flu
About 90 million children globally under the age of five contract seasonal flu every year, researchers have estimated for the first time. More

07/11/2011 - Young women face cancer increase
The number of young women developing cervical cancer in Britain is increasing sharply, new figures show. More

06/10/2011 - Flu jab urged for asthma
Asthma campaigners have urged people with the condition to ensure they get the flu vaccine. More

20/09/2011 - Possible step towards HIV vaccine
Scientists have made a discovery about how HIV attacks the immune system, saying this may help in the development of a vaccine. More

01/09/2011 - More HIV testing urged on quarter century anniversary
Widespread testing for HIV could be introduced to reverse Britain's "woefully inadequate" approach to preventing the spread of the disease, senior politicians said today. More

23/08/2011 - Viral challenge to screening techniques
Virus testing is a massively better way of screening for cervical cancer than existing laboratory techniques, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

19/08/2011 - Zinc lozenges may shorten common cold symptoms
People suffering from a common cold could suck zinc lozenges after it was found they reduce the time they suffer the symptoms by up to 40 per cent. More

01/08/2011 - Flu treatment breakthrough
A newly discovered antibody may be able to combat almost all strains of flu, including swine flu, scientists have reported. More

28/07/2011 - Hepatitis Day warning
Thousands of Britons may find themselves on the liver transplant list because they are unaware they are carrying the hepatitis C virus, according to figures published today. More

18/07/2011 - Novel virus infects both monkeys and humans
A virus that spread through a colony of New World titi monkeys also affected humans, it has been revealed. More

15/07/2011 - Focus on HIV prevention, academic urges
Researchers into HIV must focus their efforts on known prevention, a leading Aids clinician has urged. More

27/06/2011 - Measles outbreak warning
Britain is facing an outbreak of measles in spite of improvements in vaccination rates, according to new figures. More

17/06/2011 - Cancer vaccine shows early success
A programme that vaccinates women against cervical cancer is showing some early success, researchers reported today. More

10/06/2011 - Urgent work needed to fund vaccine trials
A British paediatrician is leading calls for increased funding to develop 20 vaccines over the next ten years and says developing nations must contribute. More

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