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09/06/2011 - New-born viral screening tested
Collecting a sample of saliva from a newborn can be used to screen for cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection, a leading cause of hearing loss in children. More

06/06/2011 - HIV battle pace stepped up
The world has made fast progress in tackling HIV infection in poor countries - but needs to use innovative ideas to step up the pace, a major summit is to be told this week. More

01/06/2011 - Mouse virus link to ME refuted
Scientists say they can explain how a mouse virus mistakenly became linked to chronic fatigue syndrome. More

27/05/2011 - MMR vaccine call after measles cases soar
Health chiefs have called for more young people to be immunised against measles after 334 laboratory-confirmed cases were reported in England and Wales in just four months. More

20/05/2011 - Save smallpox virus - assembly told
Live smallpox-causing virus samples stored in two high security labs must not be destroyed, two world-class epidemiologists have urged. More

19/05/2011 - Child paracetamol puzzler
Doctors in primary care struggle to prescribe the right doses of paracetamol for children, Scottish researchers warned today. More

12/05/2011 - New mosquito threat to travellers
UK travellers to Thailand and India are returning with diseases caused by mosquito bites, health officials warned yesterday. More

09/05/2011 - Hope for AIDS vaccine
A class of antibodies may provide a good route for vaccinating against HIV, researchers say. More

20/04/2011 - HIV drugs less successful in children
The failure rate of HIV treatment is higher in children than in adults, researchers warned today. More

19/04/2011 - Fever virus link to MS
Glandular fever infection may contribute to the risk of developing multiple sclerosis in patients who do not get much sunlight, researchers revealed last night. More

12/04/2011 - Nose vaccines may combat epidemics
Scientists are developing nose sprays that can protect against infectious diseases such as flu, a conference was to be told today. More

12/04/2011 - Prostate treatment breakthrough
British researchers say they may have developed an improved treatment for prostate cancer using killer viruses. More

11/04/2011 - Flu key to infection risk?
A group of bacteria depend on flu epidemics to spread and cause pneumonia and meningitis, an expert tells a UK conference today. More

07/04/2011 - Drug resistance threat "ominous"
The growing failure of drugs to tackle infections was named today as one of the major threats to world health. More

23/03/2011 - Guidelines urge improved HIV testing
The British National Health Service was urged today to improve rates of HIV testing as new figures show the dangerous virus continues to spread in high-risk groups. More

16/03/2011 - Home smear tests could save lives
More women could be screened for cervical cancer risk if home tests were available, researchers reported today. More

09/03/2011 - Cholesterol drugs could act against infections
Cutting cholesterol levels could help protect against infections, British researchers report today. More

21/02/2011 - ME treatment rejected
Campaigners have reacted in dismay to the findings of a major medical study showing their favoured treatment for chronic fatigue syndrome - or ME - does not work. More

18/02/2011 - Genes may help predict flu
Scientists may soon be able to use genetics to predict which strain of flu will affect populations in any given year. More

18/02/2011 - Gene may slow rubella bug
A mutant gene that allows the rubella virus to thrive has been “reverse engineered” to slow the spread of the disease. More

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