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Shakespeare may have had syphilis

Shakespeare may have had syphilis

Genomics tools provide clues to what causes 400 million cases of gastrointestinal disease each year

Genomics tools provide clues to what causes 400 million cases of gastrointestinal disease each year

Multi-state urinary tract infections likely caused by consumption of a contaminated food product of animal origin

Multi-state urinary tract infections likely caused by consumption of a contaminated food product of animal origin

Is open source the answer for finding cures for tropical diseases?

Is open source the answer for finding cures for tropical diseases?

PAHO urges donors to wait for assessment of Asian tragedy's needs

PAHO urges donors to wait for assessment of Asian tragedy's needs

Acute eosinophilic pneumonia occurring at higher than normal rate among U.S. troops in Iraq

Acute eosinophilic pneumonia occurring at higher than normal rate among U.S. troops in Iraq

Vaccinating mice against Lyme disease could help reduce the risk of transmission of the disease to humans

Vaccinating mice against Lyme disease could help reduce the risk of transmission of the disease to humans

Key molecular signal allows malarial parasites to target human red blood cells

Key molecular signal allows malarial parasites to target human red blood cells

Single dose phase I data on CG53135 for the prevention of oral mucositis

Single dose phase I data on CG53135 for the prevention of oral mucositis

Phase 3 results of Genasense plus Dexamethasone in patients with advanced multiple myeloma

Phase 3 results of Genasense plus Dexamethasone in patients with advanced multiple myeloma

Study focused on patients with chemotherapy-related anemia

Study focused on patients with chemotherapy-related anemia

Pennsylvania confirms first influenza case

Pennsylvania confirms first influenza case

Potential vaccine for the deadly toxin ricin

Potential vaccine for the deadly toxin ricin

Salmonella pathogen uses molecular hydrogen to grow and become virulent

Salmonella pathogen uses molecular hydrogen to grow and become virulent

Fathers' genes play an equal part in the spread of eczema

Fathers' genes play an equal part in the spread of eczema

Cells linked to asthma and eczema also help cure deadly illness in mice

Cells linked to asthma and eczema also help cure deadly illness in mice

Parainfluenza virus found in Hong Kong patients

Parainfluenza virus found in Hong Kong patients

Researchers find effective treatment for Unusual Fever Syndrome caused by cold exposure

Researchers find effective treatment for Unusual Fever Syndrome caused by cold exposure

Hong Kong hospital activates infectious disease procedures

Hong Kong hospital activates infectious disease procedures

Mast cells can provide protection from a potentially deadly condition known as sepsis

Mast cells can provide protection from a potentially deadly condition known as sepsis