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  • Anti-HIV Drugs May Be Effective Against Ebola

    Anti-HIV Drugs May Be Effective Against Ebola

    Using a novel and quick drug-screening method, researchers have found that anti-HIV drugs may be effective against the deadly Ebola virus that transmits from humans to humans by infectious body fluids.

  • West Africa At Highest Risk Of Bat-To-Human Virus Spread: Study

    West Africa At Highest Risk Of Bat-To-Human Virus Spread: Study

    Sub-Saharan Africa and South East Asia are most at risk from bat viruses jumping to humans and causing new diseases that could lead to deadly outbreaks, scientists warned today.

  • Indian-American's 'Super Condom' Can Help Combat AIDS

    Indian-American's 'Super Condom' Can Help Combat AIDS

    Aiming to increase global use of condoms as a way to prevent the spread of HIV and AIDS, researchers including an Indian-American professor have developed a new non-latex condom which contains antioxidants and can kill the deadly virus even after breaking.

  • Scientists Hope a Deadly Virus May Help Fight Brain Cancer

    Scientists Hope a Deadly Virus May Help Fight Brain Cancer

    People facing one of medicine's most dreaded diagnoses may someday have an unlikely source of hope: Injections that treat some types of brain cancer with part of a deadly tropical virus.

  • France Detects First Bird Flu Outbreak in Eight Years

    France Detects First Bird Flu Outbreak in Eight Years

    France, the European Union's biggest agricultural producer, reported its first outbreak of the deadly H5N1 bird flu virus in eight years.

  • 1 New Confirmed Case in Previously Ebola-Free Liberia: WHO

    1 New Confirmed Case in Previously Ebola-Free Liberia: WHO

    The World Health Organization today confirmed that a new case of the deadly Ebola virus has surfaced in Liberia, which was declared Ebola free in September.

  • Activists Object Transfer of Captured Tiger to Panna Tiger Reserve

    Activists Object Transfer of Captured Tiger to Panna Tiger Reserve

    A wild tiger captured from a human habitat here was today carted to Panna Tiger Reserve (PTR) much to the surprise of activists who alleged that the reserve had turned deadly for big cats due to presence of canine distemper virus (CDV) at its premises.

  • Protein Target to Prevent Dengue Transmission Identified

    Protein Target to Prevent Dengue Transmission Identified

    Researchers have identified a protein that could be targeted to prevent transmission of the dengue virus, an advance that could lead to the development of a vaccine against the deadly infection.

  • First Sexual Transmission of Ebola Virus Case Comes to Light

    First Sexual Transmission of Ebola Virus Case Comes to Light

    Using genomic analysis, researchers have found that a woman in Liberia contracted the deadly Ebola virus early this year after having sexual intercourse with a male survivor of the disease.

  • Last South Korea MERS Patient Rediagnosed with Virus

    Last South Korea MERS Patient Rediagnosed with Virus

    A South Korean man believed cured of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) has been rediagnosed with the deadly virus, health officials said Tuesday.

  • Antiviral Compound Fully Protects Monkeys From Ebola

    Antiviral Compound Fully Protects Monkeys From Ebola

    A compound that blocks the Ebola virus's ability to replicate has been found to provide full protection to monkeys when treated three days after the deadly infection, researchers have reported.

  • Natural Defence Against HIV Found

    Natural Defence Against HIV Found

    Researchers have discovered a protein that may slow the spread of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), thereby revealing a target for developing natural therapies against the deadly virus.

  • Liberia Declared Ebola-Free For Second Time

    Liberia Declared Ebola-Free For Second Time

    Liberia was declared free of the deadly Ebola virus for a second time on Thursday and entered a 90-day period of heightened surveillance aimed at preventing a future re-emergence of the disease, the World Health Organization said.

  • HIV Researcher Dr Suniti Solomon Succumbs to Liver Cancer at 76

    HIV Researcher Dr Suniti Solomon Succumbs to Liver Cancer at 76

    Groundbreaking HIV researcher Dr Suniti Solomon, the first to bring to the world the prevalence of the infection in India in 1986 and one who successfully led research into the treatment of the deadly virus, died at her residence in Chennai on Tuesday.

  • Early Treatment can Prevent Transmission of HIV: Study

    Early Treatment can Prevent Transmission of HIV: Study

    Starting antiretroviral treatment early against HIV is highly effective at preventing sexual transmission of the deadly virus in partners, a new study conducted in nine countries, including India, has found.

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