Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Disease/Infection News Stories - February 2005

Date Title Comments Rating
2005-02-28 VIRxSYS novel HIV gene therapy yields exciting results 0 None
2005-02-28 Discovery of a protein JBP2, an important tool for African sleeping sickness research 0 None
2005-02-28 Virologists make major step towards understanding the process of HIV infection 0 None
2005-02-28 Project targeting the increasing resistance of some viruses to drugs 0 None
2005-02-28 Comprehensive sex education is more effective at stopping the spread of HIV infection 0 None
2005-02-27 Up to 500,000 Americans will develop lupus-related kidney disease 0 None
2005-02-27 New HIV screening method, nucleic acid amplification testing (NAAT) 0 None
2005-02-27 New York City Health statement on rare strain of HIV in a New York City resident 0 None
2005-02-27 Shigella infects cells by using a secretion system to inject proteins into human cells 0 None
2005-02-27 Dual testing better for monitoring new cases of HIV 0 None
2005-02-27 Differences in how HIV virus infects males and females 0 None
2005-02-24 Control and containment key to combating avian influenza 0 None
2005-02-23 MRSA superbug on the run from Sussex scientist 0 None
2005-02-22 New information that may help guide design of vaccines for HIV-1 0 None
2005-02-22 Antibody that neutralizes most HIV strains 0 None
2005-02-22 Scientists have replicated hepatitis C virus (HCV) in the laboratory 0 None
2005-02-22 Injections with dirty or contaminated needles are not contributing to the spread of HIV in sub-Saharan Africa 0 None
2005-02-22 Innovative HIV/STD prevention program targets Guinean gold mining camps 0 None
2005-02-22 Benitec announces AIDS collaboration 0 None
2005-02-22 Prospects for a safe, effective AIDS vaccine are improving 0 None
2005-02-17 Shedding new LIGHT on disease 0 None
2005-02-16 EuroVacc 02 HIV Vaccine trial begins 0 None
2005-02-14 Ebola virus outbreaks linked to infected wild animal carcasses 0 5
2005-02-13 New 3-DCR HIV strain does not respond to three classes of anti-retroviral medication 0 5
2005-02-10 Low-technology approaches to mosquito control can be effective 0 None
2005-02-10 Simple drug has the potential to save many lives threatened by malaria 0 None
2005-02-10 Preventive measures are failing to stem the rising rate of HIV infection 0 None
2005-02-10 Need for routine voluntary screening for HIV 0 None
2005-02-09 Screening for toxoplasmosis for all pregnant women and newborns is necessary 0 None
2005-02-08 Abandoned bones suggest TB wiped out leprosy in battle of killer diseases 0 None
2005-02-08 Health risks increase in Guyana with leptospirosis 0 None
2005-02-07 India trials investigational vaccine candidate designed to prevent HIV/AIDS 0 None
2005-02-07 HIV-infected parents peport limiting physical contact with their children 0 None
2005-02-07 Prions, previously thought to accumulate mainly in the brain can also infect other organs 0 None
2005-02-03 Infection complicates 2 to 2·5% of breast implantations 0 None
2005-02-03 Malaria experts to unveil top-flight research during international conference 0 None


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