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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

16/02/2009 - Common cold virus unravelled
Scientists are making progress in understanding the rhinovirus - the virus most often responsible for common colds and other upper respiratory tract infections. More

04/02/2009 - Rise in cancers linked to sexually-transmitted virus
Cancers linked to a sexually-transmitted virus have increased in the post-war generations, a new study shows today. More

27/01/2009 - Missing hep C patients sought
A new drive to track down thousands of people unaware they carry the hepatitis C virus was launched yesterday. More

13/01/2009 - Snooze away the sneezes
A bad night's sleep could raise your risk of getting a cold, researchers reported last night. More

07/01/2009 - Low vaccination rates jeopardise measles elimination
Hopes of eliminating measles in Europe by 2010 may not be realised, European experts warned today. More

30/12/2008 - Killer flu genes found
Scientists say they may have found the genes responsible for the deadly nature of the last century's worst flu epidemic. More

01/12/2008 - Child epidemic warning
Britain risks epidemics of infectious diseases among its children because of low vaccination rates, experts warned as new figures showed measles cases soaring. More

01/12/2008 - Ideas for Aids treatment - but patients must take it
The mineral selenium may have a major role to play in protecting against the Aids virus, researchers reported yesterday. More

26/11/2008 - HIV surge alarms agency
The number of people in Britain infected with HIV has reached record levels, according to new figures, published yesterday. More

24/11/2008 - Rat plague may bring heart disease
Rats may be spreading a new, hidden plague around the world, researchers warned today. More

09/10/2008 - Double dose may beat bird flu
Double doses of vaccine may be needed if humans are hit by a bird flu epidemic, British researchers have warned. More

07/10/2008 - Virus breakthroughs win rewards
Researchers who discovered the viral causes of two deadly diseases are the winners of this year's Nobel Prize for Medicine. More

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