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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

16/02/2011 - Zinc helps beat cold
Zinc may not be a cure for the common cold - but it is an effective treatment, experts report today. More

07/02/2011 - Teen vaccine may be working
More than four million doses of the new vaccine aimed at preventing cervical cancer have been given to young women in the UK, according to new figures. More

04/02/2011 - Diabetes virus link
Children with diabetes are nearly ten times more likely to suffer from a virus infection as those who do not have the condition, researchers report today. More

31/01/2011 - New push to eradicate polio
World leaders have been urged to back a final push to eradicate polio. More

27/01/2011 - Call for child flu vaccines
British families have suffered from "muddled policies" this winter, leading to a failure to vaccinate children against the swine flu, a British expert alleged yesterday. More

18/01/2011 - How fruit, veg and blueberries boost health
People with severe colds may benefit by taking concentrated fruit and vegetable juice, researchers reported yesterday. More

18/01/2011 - The bugs on the bus go round and round
Buses, trams and trains might need to introduce hand gels at their doors during the winter to protect passengers against winter viruses, researchers revealed yesterday. More

14/01/2011 - Flu deaths rise again
The number of deaths recorded from flu in Britain this winter more than doubled in the last week, according to figures published yesterday. More

12/01/2011 - Hope from shingles vaccine
A new vaccine against shingles halves the risk of elderly people developing the painful condition, according to a major study published last night. More

11/01/2011 - Radical vaccine from swine flu?
The swine flu pandemic may have opened the way to the creation of revolutionary new all-purpose vaccines, researchers revealed yesterday. More

07/01/2011 - Circumcision key to HPV prevention
Male circumcision can help to stop the spread of human papillomavirus, an African study has revealed. More

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