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15/05/2009 - Bird flu safer, swine version spreads
Bird flu may not be as dangerous to humans as feared, British researchers said, as concern grew about south-east Asia. More

12/05/2009 - Swine flu "more contagious" than normal
Some alarming assessments of the new swine flu virus were made yesterday as it continued to spread around the world. More

11/05/2009 - Swine flu spread speeds
The spread of swine flu seemed to accelerate over the weekend as the number of confirmed cases doubled. More

08/05/2009 - Cooked pork fine - WHO
Health officials stepped in to save the pork industry yesterday, insisting that flu could not be caught from cooked meat. More

06/05/2009 - Complacency warning as swine flu spread slows
The global total of swine flu cases increased dramatically yesterday - but just one new case was confirmed in Britain. More

05/05/2009 - Swine flu cases pass thousand
The total number of cases of confirmed swine flu passed 1,000 yesterday, involving some 21 countries. More

04/05/2009 - Pigs catch swine flu from man
The worldwide toll of swine flu virus cases was approaching 1,000 last night - but deaths remained confined to central America. More

01/05/2009 - Hundreds in flu testing
Hundreds of tests were under way world-wide last night to establish if travellers from Mexico have passed on the swine flu virus. More

30/04/2009 - Swine flu alerts raised as spread continues
Official concern about swine flu reached a new level last night as infections spread across Europe. More

29/04/2009 - Swine flu spreads - causes mild illness
Swine flu had officially reached seven countries last night - but whether the virus would successfully take hold in new countries remained unknown. More

28/04/2009 - Swine flu travels the globe
Two people with confirmed swine flu were being treated in Scotland last night and a third in Spain as the new virus reached Europe. More

28/04/2009 - New flu vaccine hope
Vaccine experts gathered for a major conference yesterday as fear of swine flu swept the world - and offered hope of a universal flu vaccine. More

27/04/2009 - Swine flu sparks health emergency
A public health emergency was declared in North America last night as the deadly new swine flu virus spread through the USA. More

10/04/2009 - Early anti-HIV drugs save lives
Patients with HIV should be started on antiretroviral treatment sooner than current guidelines suggest, according to British experts. More

30/03/2009 - Warnings on AIDS virus spread
HIV continues to spread among gay men in Britain, according to alarming new figures. More

25/03/2009 - TB growth stabilises after world effort
Worldwide efforts to combat the resurgence of TB seem to be having some impact - and the spread of the disease has been halted, it was announced today. More

04/03/2009 - New drug-resistant flu virus on the rise
Experts are warning that a new drug-resistant strain of the flu virus may pose a serious threat to hospital patients. More

02/03/2009 - Debate over blood donations from gay men
A fresh plea has been made to allow gay men to donate blood. More

24/02/2009 - Sunlight vitamin may combat flu
A large-scale study has found the so-called "sunshine vitamin" Vitamin D may help arm the immune system against colds and flu. More

17/02/2009 - Drive to cut antibiotic use
As winter viruses continue to spread, a new drive is launched today to convince the public they cannot be cured with antibiotics. More

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