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17/09/2013 - SARS treatments could work for new Middle East virus
Treatments that worked on the SARS coronavirus are the key for the development of therapies for the lethal Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV), it has been claimed. More

27/08/2013 - Brain stimulation hope for polio survivors
Brain stimulation may help survivors of polio who suffer from sleep and fatigue problems, according to a new study. More

22/08/2013 - Flu jab may protect middle-aged heart
Middle-aged people with hidden heart disease may gain protection from flu vaccination, researchers reveal today. More

15/08/2013 - Rapid response could halt bird flu
A rapid response has been identified that could help to stop infectious diseases such as bird flu, swine flu and SARS before they take hold, it is revealed today. More

09/08/2013 - Camel link to Middle East virus
The deadly new virus in the Middle East may have reached humans through camels, researchers reveal today. More

05/08/2013 - Dengue discovery offers hope
Four kinds of virus cause Dengue disease - and now researchers say there are "significant" differences between the four types. More

30/07/2013 - Athletes need sun
Athletes who train in the shade may be making themselves vulnerable to the common cold virus, researchers have warned. More

26/07/2013 - Middle East virus mysteries probed
The deadly new lung virus found in the Middle East may have originated in African bats, researchers say. More

25/07/2013 - World warned on liver virus
The world faces a growing threat from hepatitis because too many people do not realise the risk posed by some lifestyles, experts have warned. More

18/07/2013 - New virus not a global emergency - yet
The mysterious outbreak of a deadly new virus in the Middle East does not rank as a global health emergency, it was decided yesterday. More

16/07/2013 - Vaccinate gay teenagers call
The anti-cancer HPV vaccination campaign should be extended to young gay men, experts say today. More

11/07/2013 - Measles not beaten
Measles cases in England are still running at record levels - in spite of the success of the nationwide vaccination catch-up drive, according to figures published yesterday. More

05/07/2013 - Middle East virus not yet at pandemic potential
A deadly new virus may not yet pose a major threat to the world, researchers say today. More

01/07/2013 - Extend HIV treatment - WHO
Patients infected with HIV should be offered drug treatment much earlier than in the past, according to major new global guidelines published yesterday. More

01/07/2013 - Vaccine to prevent tummy bugs launched
The NHS begins offering a vaccine aimed at preventing thousands of cases of tummy upset in young children today. More

24/06/2013 - Deal aims to stop new killer virus spread
Global guidelines have been agreed to help control the spread of the new middle-eastern virus - amid growing fear of the impact of the annual pilgrimage to Mecca. More

17/06/2013 - Clues on new virus
The deadly new virus emerging from the Middle East should not be compared with the earlier SARS disease, researchers warn today. More

14/06/2013 - Virus testing could prevent hundreds of cancers
Testing for viruses rather than taking smears would save hundreds of women from the misery of cervical cancer, it is claimed today. More

07/06/2013 - UK steps up measles battle
British doctors are set to administer more than 200,000 extra doses of the MMR vaccine as they battle to halt the spreading measles outbreak, it was revealed today. More

07/06/2013 - "Marginalisation" blamed for HIV epidemic
Poverty and marginalisation are playing a key role in fuelling the HIV epidemic in Europe and central Asia, experts said yesterday. More

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