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1722 cases of malaria reported in the UK

1722 cases of malaria reported in the UK

Liver transplantation outcomes have significantly improved for patients with hepatitis B

Liver transplantation outcomes have significantly improved for patients with hepatitis B

Study shows frovatriptan effective in preventing menstrual associated migraine

Study shows frovatriptan effective in preventing menstrual associated migraine

Young holidaymaker's traveling overseas face serious health issues from casual sex

Young holidaymaker's traveling overseas face serious health issues from casual sex

New guidelines for antiretroviral drugs to prevent the transmission of HIV from mothers to their children

New guidelines for antiretroviral drugs to prevent the transmission of HIV from mothers to their children

Widespread prenatal HIV screening and use of antiretroviral drugs in pregnant HIV-infected women is needed

Widespread prenatal HIV screening and use of antiretroviral drugs in pregnant HIV-infected women is needed

Nevirapine effective in reducing the risk of transmission of HIV at birth

Nevirapine effective in reducing the risk of transmission of HIV at birth

Rabies infections in organ donor and transplant recipients

Rabies infections in organ donor and transplant recipients

Animal vaccine shows potential for the development of human SARS immunisation

Animal vaccine shows potential for the development of human SARS immunisation

Antibiotics given to entire household reduces risk of meningitis

Antibiotics given to entire household reduces risk of meningitis

Study finds malaria drug does not affect the ability of airline crew to perform their duties

Study finds malaria drug does not affect the ability of airline crew to perform their duties

Measles found on children travelling from China

Measles found on children travelling from China

Study Looks at Risk Factors for Range-of-Motion Limitations In Young Males with Hemophilia

Study Looks at Risk Factors for Range-of-Motion Limitations In Young Males with Hemophilia