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07/10/2009 - Old flu vaccine may protect against new virus
People who were vaccinated against ordinary flu last winter may have been enjoying protection against the new swine flu virus, researchers report today. More

25/09/2009 - HIV vaccine success
Researchers are celebrating the first signs of success in a major trial of a vaccine against the Aids virus, HIV. More

24/09/2009 - Hygiene key to pandemic control - experts
Higher priority should be given to hand-washing, mask-wearing and the isolation of potentially infected patients when making national pandemic plans, researchers have urged. More

23/09/2009 - Guidance to boost immunisation uptake
New guidance is published today with the aim of cutting inequalities in vaccine uptake. More

22/09/2009 - Flu jab may protect against heart attacks
The flu jab could offer protection to people with heart conditions or diabetes, research has found. More

21/09/2009 - New method helps respiratory failure patients
A high-tech treatment may be the best way to treat patients worst hit by the swine-flu and other critical lung diseases, researchers have reported. More

18/09/2009 - Swine flu resumes spread
The spread of swine flu in Britain may have resumed with the return of children to school, health officials warned yesterday. More

11/09/2009 - Call for widespread swine flu vaccination
Children should get any new swine flu vaccine as soon as possible to halt an epidemic, US researchers said last night. More

07/09/2009 - Virus that may stop dying
A common childhood virus may hold the clue to reversing the dying process that follows loss of oxygen, a European conference was told yesterday. More

04/09/2009 - Second flu wave warning
Britain's chief medical officer issued fresh warnings against complacency yesterday as scientists suggested swine flu may drive out other forms of the disease. More

26/08/2009 - Flu strategy under fire
There were growing signs today of discontent amongst doctors and nurses at the handling of the swine flu pandemic. More

25/08/2009 - Contagion study to beat swine flu spread
British researchers want to find out how contagious swine flu is - to pin down ways of preventing its spread. More

24/08/2009 - Healthy patients don't need flu drugs - WHO
International guidelines released at the weekend seemed to contradict the British policy of handing out anti-viral drugs to all flu patients. More

21/08/2009 - Swine flu deaths rise as new countries are hit
The number of deaths of swine flu patients continues to rise - even though the spread of the disease has slowed in many countries, it was reported yesterday. More

17/08/2009 - Flu vaccine plan announced
Some 13 million people will be offered the swine flu vaccine as soon as possible, British ministers have announced. More

11/08/2009 - Doubts on anti-flu drugs
The antiviral drugs being used to stem the spread of swine flu are probably having limited effect, researchers warned yesterday. More

10/08/2009 - Blueberry hope for liver virus
A blueberry plant may hold the key to treating the highly infectious liver virus, hepatitis C, researchers have reported. More

07/08/2009 - Flu rates fall
The school holidays may have led to a marked slowing down of the spread of swine flu in Britain, according to the latest estimates. More

04/08/2009 - Funds flock to fundamental threats
Diseases that pose a "fundamental threat" to humanity tend to soak up massive research funding, according to an analysis published yesterday. More

31/07/2009 - Flu outbreak stabilises in Britain - but not Asia
The British swine flu outbreak seemed to be stabilising yesterday after schools broke up for the summer holidays. More

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