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16/10/2019 - Tobacco still biggest global cancer risk
Tobacco remains the single biggest cause of cancer deaths worldwide, according to a new global cancer atlas published today. More

09/10/2019 - Antimicrobial resistance battle faltering
The battle against antimicrobial resistance is faltering in the world's poorest countries, a think-tank has warned. More

23/09/2019 - Call for global boost to primary care
The world needs to spend at least another 1% of its income on primary health care if it is to meet its health targets, experts have warned. More

20/09/2019 - World progress on child and maternal health measured
The world has made substantial improvements in child and maternal health this century, according to a major analysis. More

16/09/2019 - Unsafe health care blamed for millions of deaths
Millions are dying globally each year because of unsafe health care, according to new figures. More

06/09/2019 - Tackling resurgence of measles a priority - conference
Leading microbiologists have called for urgent measures to tackle the resurgence of measles. More

28/08/2019 - Urgent funding needed for safe water services
International organisations have come together to call for greater investment to deliver water and sanitation services in the world’s poorest countries. More

23/08/2019 - Malaria science advances amid eradication pessimism
British scientists have unveiled major discoveries about malaria – as the World Health Organisation warned the disease would not be eradicated in the near future. More

26/07/2019 - Plea to tackle hepatitis
Just six billion dollars a year would prevent millions of premature deaths from hepatitis over the next decade, the World Health Organisation says today. More

24/07/2019 - Patient perspectives improve cancer care efficiency
Health services around the world have many opportunities for improving patient experience of cancer care, according to the findings of a major survey published today. More

22/07/2019 - Health a global problem - CMO
Diseases increasingly fail to respect international borders - making global cooperation in health vital, the Chief Medical Officer of England says today. More

18/07/2019 - Ebola emergency declared
Africa's latest Ebola outbreak is now a public health emergency of international concern, the World Health Organisation has declared. More

17/07/2019 - Mental and physical health links a global issue
Action is needed on the physical health inequalities faced by people with mental illness, according to a major global study published today. More

16/07/2019 - 20 million children missed lifesaving vaccines
More than one in ten children worldwide – about 20 million – missed out on lifesaving vaccines in 2018, according to new data from WHO and UNICEF. More

10/07/2019 - Partial success for MERS prevention
The number of cases of Middle East Respiratory syndrome coronavirus has fallen worldwide in recent years. More

18/06/2019 - Billions at risk from unsafe water - WHO
Billions of people around the world lack basic handwashing facilities and safe drinking water, according to a major analysis published today. More

17/06/2019 - Global support plea for Ebola crisis
An expert has criticised the decision not to declare the latest Ebola outbreak in Africa a global emergency. More

05/06/2019 - UK cardiovascular mortality rates falling
Deaths from heart disease in the UK are falling, according to analysis of the latest World Health Organisation figures. More

29/05/2019 - Progress on compound against superbugs
British scientists say they have found a new molecular compound that works against multidrug resistant bacteria such as E. coli. More

28/05/2019 - Antibiotic levels too high in rivers
The world's major rivers are awash with excessively high levels of antibiotics, British researchers have warned. More

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