Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Disease/Infection News Stories - September 2005

Date Title Comments Rating
2005-09-28 100 year old technology to fight MRSA 0 None
2005-09-28 Tuberculosis infection prevention by quick testing 0 None
2005-09-27 Equine flu virus jumps to dogs 0 None
2005-09-26 Testing for drug resistance in HIV-infected patients at the time of diagnosis may increase patients' life expectancy 0 None
2005-09-26 Investing today in the control of the bird flu virus in animals is cheap compared to the costs of a global pandemic that could occur tomorrow 0 None
2005-09-26 Increasingly virulent Staph infections 0 None
2005-09-20 SARS can infiltrate brain tissue 0 None
2005-09-19 Less-virulent strain of avian influenza virus can spread from poultry to humans 0 None
2005-09-19 In some poor countries, free life-saving HIV medicines are being given preferentially to patients 0 None
2005-09-12 Spread of bird flu to the United States is a "time bomb waiting to go off" 0 None
2005-09-12 RNAi therapeutic successful for treatment of SARS respiratory virus in Rhesus Macaque 0 None
2005-09-12 A breakthrough in R&D for neglected diseases 0 None
2005-09-10 One in four cases of hospital MRSA bacteraemia occurs in new arrivals 0 None
2005-09-10 India struggling to cope with encephalitis outbreak in Uttar Pradesh 0 None
2005-09-10 Two die from mosquito-borne disease, experts say public must protect themslves from bites 0 None
2005-09-07 Two die from mosquito-borne disease, experts say public must protect themslves from bites 0 None
2005-09-07 Adlyfe receives award from the development of blood test for animal prion diseases 0 None
2005-09-06 Ambulances - weak link in the fight against MRSA 0 None
2005-09-05 India could be the source of Mad Cow disease 0 3
2005-09-05 One week after Katrina and many still without clean water as disease spreads 0 None
2005-09-05 Greater public awareness needed after death of woman from rabies 0 None
2005-09-05 South Sudan in the grip of an HIV/AIDS epidemic 0 None
2005-09-01 GenoMed has announced that it successfully treated its thirteenth patient with presumed West Nile virus encephalitis 0 None
2005-09-01 Deadly health crisis imminent in New Orleans 0 None


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