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These scientists are racing to prevent the next Ebola

It's not smoke emerging from the cave ... whether locals at Khao Chong Phran have developed an immunity to the viruses that the bats carry. And the more precisely scientists and health workers around ... read more

The Deadly Legacy of HIV Truthers

But even as the medical community reached a consensus that HIV caused AIDS, a counter-movement was emerging, claiming that HIV didn ... after years of taking health supplements—and when he saw his imm... read more

Swine flu: your questions answered

Dr Meirion Evans: There are a small number of cases of swine flu each year around the world in individuals in direct contact with pigs. However, this new strain has developed the ability ... the popul... read more

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We cannot expect the private market, raising capital through equity and through the standard private mechanisms, to be doing this "just for the good of the world ... that there was developed a very ra... read more


VentiRx, With Venti-Sized Ambition to Treat (and Maybe Prevent) Allergies, Passes First Big Test

Through careful stimulation of TLR8, a first-line defense mechanism of the immune system ... around the world. “The product profile that’s emerging is a unique one. Our attitude is that this is a comp... read more

Preventing Malaria

Variable and complicated protein structure also is a factor because the parasite has learned to hide immunoreactive portions and avoid the human immune system ... would likely be attractive to markets ... read more

Producing A Successful Malaria Vaccine: Innovation In The Lab And Beyond

Vaccines often are available in developed countries long before they are used in poorer parts of the world. To avoid similar delays ... The first of the three ways is to further boost the immunity con... read more

Avian flu - the ecology of an epidemic

Today on the open market people are paying £100 or more for the same five-day supply. While several pharmaceutical companies are now racing ... of avian flu is home to around seven billion chickens, a... read more

The lost plague – London graveyards suggest that Black Death strain may be extinct

These remains belong to people killed by the Black Death ... knowledge could be very important. Plague has a habit of rebounding through the centuries and the World Health Organisation classifies is a... read more

West Africa on high alert as ebola epidemic spreads in unusual pattern, Sauda Arabia cancels visas

Concern over Africa's largest outbreak of Ebola in seven ... the country." The World Health Organization is being more cautious in its descriptions. Just as the virus is spreading to new parts of Afri... read more

Just as the H1N1 conspiracy theory machine did in 2009, the Ebola conspiracy theory machine goes into overdrive

Certainly if such a vaccine were to be developed, as it likely will be relatively soon (at least in terms of drug or vaccine development time), given the urgency now that wasn’t ... Because the immune ... read more



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