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The United Nations warns that progress against HIV has stalled, putting millions of lives at risk.
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Authorities in New York City are dealing with the biggest monkeypox outbreak in the United States with over 1,000 infections reported so far.
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The scientists behind the tool say it could be especially valuable to resource-limited countries.
WHO recommends Merck antiviral pill to treat high-risk COVID patients
The World Health Organisation has recommended the use of Merck’s anti-COVID pill for the first time for those at high risk of hospitalisation.
Scientists discover new highly virulent HIV variant in the Netherlands
The research team stressed that the findings are no cause for alarm as modern treatments remain effective against the new strain of HIV.
New COVID treatment pills: who can take them and when?
Pfizer's Paxlovid and Merck’s molnupiravir can be used by EU member states, the EMA recommended. However, they come with a catch: they have to be used as soon as possible.
Pfizer study finds its COVID pill reduces hospitalisation by nearly 90
The drugs manufacturer’s study on its COVID-19 oral antiviral found it reduced risk of hospitalisation or death by 89% within three days of symptom onset.
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.
Could a nasal spray be the solution to preventing and treating COVID?
Trials are underway in the UK on a COVID nasal spray called pHOXWELL which researchers believe is capable of stopping any variant of concern.
Pfizer to allow developing countries to make and sell its COVID pill
The new deal will mean that more than half the world's population will be able to access the treatment cheaply.
Controversial French Covid doctor in disciplinary hearing
Infectious disease doctor Didier Raoult arrives at the administrative court of appeal in Bordeaux, where dozens of people gathered to show their support ahead of his disciplinary hearing before the French Medical Association
Could COVID pills be a game-changer for vaccine equity?
A new antiviral pill that has been shown to treat COVID-19 in high-risk patients is seeking authorisation.
COVID pill 'cuts risk of death or hospitalisation by half,' says Merck
The company is to ask health officials in the US and around the world to authorise its use. If approved, it would be the first pill shown to treat COVID.
Check your breasts for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
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