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09/03/2010 - Hope for beating killer diseases
The world can take real hope that the scourge of diseases such as malaria, HIV and TB may be neutralised within a few years, campaigners said yesterday. More

08/03/2010 - Virus link to gluten intolerance
Viral infections may lie behind the development of wheat intolerance disease, researchers have reported. More

05/03/2010 - Flu threats bubble in tropics
Recorded deaths from swine flu in England have increased substantially in the last fortnight - while bird flu is resurfacing in some parts of the world, it was announced yesterday. More

01/03/2010 - HIV drug link threat warning
Not many countries are offering adequate services to prevent drug users contracting HIV - and they are missing a chance to stem the spread of the virus, researchers warn today. More

26/02/2010 - Anti mutant flu drug found
Scientists may have found a powerful new anti-flu drug, it was announced last night. More

24/02/2010 - Findings support HPV testing after abnormal smear
HPV or human papillomavirus testing after an abnormal smear result is better for women's psychological health than repeat smear testing, researchers said today. More

10/02/2010 - Swine flu in pregnancy "safe" if treated fast
A new study suggests that swine flu during pregnancy is usually relatively harmless. More

01/02/2010 - Billions pledged for vaccines
PC profits are to be ploughed into the development of vaccines against diseases which kill millions of children around the world, it has been announced. More

01/02/2010 - HIV breakthrough
British scientists say they have made a break-through in understanding the AIDS virus, HIV. More

01/02/2010 - Shingles vaccine hope
Pensioners in England may be offered vaccination against shingles, ministers have announced. More

25/01/2010 - Flu masks may protect public
Wearing a face mask during a flu outbreak may halve the risk of contracting the virus, researchers have reported. More

21/01/2010 - Swine flu infected thousands of children in UK - study
Only about one in ten of the children infected with swine flu were identified during the peak of the outbreak in Britain last summer, researchers reported today. More

07/01/2010 - ME virus link rejected
British researchers have rejected claims that a newly-discovered virus causes chronic fatigue syndrome - or ME. More

05/01/2010 - Insect clue to faster flu vaccines
A radical new technique could massively speed up the production of flu vaccines, researchers reported last night. More

31/12/2009 - Children susceptible to swine flu - UK study
Children and teenagers are especially susceptible to swine flu, according to new findings which help explain why the virus spread rapidly through schools. More

29/12/2009 - Swine flu - new insights
Closing schools and vaccinating children and teenagers would have been the best way to control the swine flu epidemic, researchers reported last night. More

22/12/2009 - One flu jab enough for children?
Children may need just one dose of swine flu vaccine - rather than the two which are currently recommended, researchers reported last night. More

18/12/2009 - Flu-fighting secret revealed
Scientists say they have found the secret of humans' innate ability to fight flu viruses. More

11/12/2009 - Paradox of UK swine flu deaths
Swine flu has not proved as lethal as feared - but it has still killed substantial numbers of otherwise healthy people, according to Britain's chief medical officer. More

09/12/2009 - Tamiflu millions challenged
The millions spent on treating suspected swine flu patients with Tamiflu faced damning criticism from an expert analysis last night. More

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