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Scientists studying vaccinia virus, a relative of smallpox, have determined that a gene necessary for virus replication also has a key role in turning off inflammation

Scientists studying vaccinia virus, a relative of smallpox, have determined that a gene necessary for virus replication also has a key role in turning off inflammation

Call for sexual health policy to be driven by science instead of politics

Call for sexual health policy to be driven by science instead of politics

Missed opportunities for addressing HIV testing remain unacceptably high

Missed opportunities for addressing HIV testing remain unacceptably high

Doctors Likelier to Delay Prescribing Antiretroviral Drugs for Women and Minority HIV Patients

Doctors Likelier to Delay Prescribing Antiretroviral Drugs for Women and Minority HIV Patients

Compounds that may stop replication of T-cell leukemia virus

Compounds that may stop replication of T-cell leukemia virus

First Canadian therapeutic HIV vaccine trial

First Canadian therapeutic HIV vaccine trial

WHO says more pregnant women getting antenatal care

WHO says more pregnant women getting antenatal care

Chinese testing of Hepatitis B rapid test kit complete

Chinese testing of Hepatitis B rapid test kit complete

Almost half of all medicines globally are used irrationally according to WHO

Almost half of all medicines globally are used irrationally according to WHO

IPM takes over Microbicide development to protect against sexual transmission of HIV

IPM takes over Microbicide development to protect against sexual transmission of HIV

Haemophilia Society President presents Hepatitis C (HCV) Facts to UK Government

Haemophilia Society President presents Hepatitis C (HCV) Facts to UK Government

New oral test for HIV approved by FDA

New oral test for HIV approved by FDA

St. John’s wort may interfere with cancer-fighting drug’s ability to prevent relapse in leukemia patients

St. John’s wort may interfere with cancer-fighting drug’s ability to prevent relapse in leukemia patients

p53 protein peptide stops cancer in its tracks

p53 protein peptide stops cancer in its tracks

Cryptosporidium parvum parasite could help to develope new therapies for the disease

Cryptosporidium parvum parasite could help to develope new therapies for the disease

Partnership to improve TB vaccine, Bacillus Calmette-Guérin (BCG)

Partnership to improve TB vaccine, Bacillus Calmette-Guérin (BCG)

£5m for HIV/AIDS trial involving HIV patients in London, Moscow, South Africa and Australia

£5m for HIV/AIDS trial involving HIV patients in London, Moscow, South Africa and Australia

WHO meets in New Delhi on challenge of treating an additional one million patients a year

WHO meets in New Delhi on challenge of treating an additional one million patients a year

New Cell Sorter Helps Understand Deadly Diseases

New Cell Sorter Helps Understand Deadly Diseases

EU gives 32 million Euro for vaccines to stop tuberculosis

EU gives 32 million Euro for vaccines to stop tuberculosis