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23/03/2012 - TB alert as numbers grow
Britain may face a resurgent TB problem, according to figures released today. More

14/03/2012 - High rate of medical errors in developing countries
Patients in hospitals in the developing world may face an unrecorded toll of healthcare related harm, researchers warned today. More

08/03/2012 - Women's day celebrates ground-breaking projects
Projects around the world aimed at improving the health and well-being of women were being honoured today. More

02/03/2012 - World cholera threat underestimated
The world-wide problem of cholera is ten times greater than official figures show, researchers have warned. More

24/02/2012 - WHO underestimated numbers of people with bird flu claim
The extent of the infection with bird flu has been much wider than recognised by health officials, it was claimed today. More

23/02/2012 - Billion dollar fake medicine business
The sale of dangerous counterfeit medicine is now a global business worth more than 75 billion dollars, an expert warned yesterday. More

23/02/2012 - Killer infection bid
A major project has been launched to tackle the menace of fungal infections - blamed for one and a half million deaths worldwide annually. More

20/02/2012 - Bird flu summit extends research halt
Controversial research into mutated bird flu viruses has highlighted the risk to humanity from the disease, international officials have warned. More

08/02/2012 - Antiseptic on umbilical cord fights infection
Cleaning a newborn's umbilical cord at birth can help to limit infections, experts say today. More

06/02/2012 - Malaria kills double the numbers originally believed
Malaria kills 1.2 million people a year twice as many as previously thought with almost half of the deaths being children over the age of five. More

03/02/2012 - Resistant TB spreading - WHO
The world is facing a serious threat from the spread of hard to treat TB, experts warned yesterday. More

31/01/2012 - Leprosy elimination among ten targets
A global push to tackle ten "neglected" tropical diseases, including leprosy, was promised yesterday as wealthy donors pledged millions to back it. More

27/01/2012 - Bird flu study raises concerns
Controversial research into a new, engineered strain of bird flu has raised concerns about how such research should continue. More

23/01/2012 - Bird flu research paused
Scientists have announced a two months moratorium on bird flu research following concerns about the creation of dangerous strains of the virus. More

19/01/2012 - Worldwide abortions getting less safe
Growing numbers of women are having unsafe abortions, the World Health Organisation warned today. More

18/01/2012 - Hope for new group B meningococcal vaccine
Trials are showing a high rate of success for a new vaccine against group B meningococcal disease, it was announced today. More

13/01/2012 - Developmental problems linked with birth complications
More than one third of babies who are born with a variety of complications go on to suffer long-term developmental consequences, experts warned today. More

06/01/2012 - One in 20 people worldwide use illegal drugs, claim
About 200 million people worldwide about one in 20 between the ages of 15 and 64 use illicit drugs each year, Australian research has claimed. More

03/01/2012 - Bird flu research warning
World health experts have called for caution as scientists step up research into bird flu. More

14/12/2011 - Malaria remains global health threat
Successes against malaria are under threat, according to a new World Health Organisation report published yesterday. More

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