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The cancer patients saw their tumours disappear after the treatment, and have been cancer-free for two years.
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The World Health Organization says there are now at least 348 cases of hepatitis of unknown origin around the world, mainly affecting children.
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Around half a million people died from Tuberculosis in India in 2020. That's a third of the global toll. It's the first time the death rates from TB rose in more than a decade. It follows the two-year COVID-19 pandemic when people in India were too worried about getting tested according to a doctor
UK patient dies as more cases of Lassa fever reported. But what is it?
Cases of the rat-borne virus detected in the UK have been linked to travel to west Africa and are being closely monitored.
How can Europe advance rare diseases innovation? | Euronews Debates
Euronews has gathered a panel of experts, industry leaders and key players in Brussels to address the issue of how rare disease provision can be advanced in the EU.
Protests continue demanding foreign treatment for ailing ex-PM in Bangladesh
Thousands of opposition protesters continue to stage demonstrations across Bangladesh, demanding that the government allows ailing former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia to fly abroad for medical treatment.
Vaccine scepticism hits Gambia's polio campaign
Efforts to eradicate polio in The Gambia are facing skepticism due to distrust of Covid-19 vaccines, according to a medical officer in the West African state.
Deadly tree disease highlights risks of monocultures
A disease never before found in European trees highlights the risk that monoculture forests present.
Ukraine confirms case of polio in 18-month-old toddler
Polio has been eradicated in Europe since 2002.
WHO recommends world's first malaria vaccine for African children
WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has called it a "historic moment".
Why has Puerto Rico declared an ecological state of emergency?
A mysterious and deadly disease is running rampant through one of Puerto Rico's vital ecosystems.
Low life expectancy and mental health problems rattle UK coastal towns
Residents of England's coastal towns suffer lower life expectancy and more mental health problems, experts say.
Blind Japanese skateboarder going by feel
Ryusei Ouchi has all the usual trappings of a skateboarder -- the baggy T-shirt, the low-slung trousers, the flat-peak baseball hat. But he also skates with something else: a cane - because he is almost completely blind
Future of health: linking humans, animals and their shared environment
To prevent pandemics and fight the rise of drug-resistant "superbugs", scientists are pleading for more integrated health policies that protect the fragile balance between humans, animals and the environment.
Modifying mosquitoes reduces diseases such as dengue by 77% - study
A groundbreaking study by the World Mosquito Program has found that inserting a natural and safe bacteria into mosquitos can block the transmission of mosquito-borne diseases and reduce one of the world’s fastest-growing tropical diseases.
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Congo confirms new Ebola outbreak after death of woman
This is the 12th outbreak in conflict-ridden Congo since the virus was first discovered in the country in 1976.
Coronavirus: US reports first case of new COVID-19 variant in Colorado
The man, in his 20s, is currently in isolation in Denver. Authorities say he has no travel history.
‘Like a grenade has gone off’: how some people suffer 'long COVID'
When he first developed symptoms of COVID-19 in March, Professor Paul Garner expected to develop only a mild form of the disease. "But it absolutely floored me," he told Euronews.
Mosquitoes to be bred on large scale to study infectious diseases
InnovaFeed will partner in this project with the World Mosquito Program (WMP). who began fighting the transmission of such viruses to humans ten years ago by infecting female mosquitos with bacteria.
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West Nile Virus outbreak poses growing threat in Spain's Andalusia
Twenty-three people have been sent to hospital and seven patients are in intensive care.
Which major European countries are seeing a COVID-19 resurgence?
European countries are reimposing restrictions as COVID-19 cases begin to increase. But how bad are the spikes and how do they compare to March and April?
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Euronews has held a special debate about how climate change is increasing the risk of certain diseases for Europeans.
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Lifesaving lupus drug 'in short supply' amid hype as COVID-19 antidote
“Our stock levels of a medication that we rely on to be able to live and stay healthy is being affected by something that hasn’t even been proven yet," said Amy Baker, a 27-year-old who suffers from lupus about hydroxychloroquine.