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H1N1 virus attacks deep into the lungsupdated: Tue Dec 08 2009 16:18:00

In the rare cases when the H1N1 virus kills, scientists have found, it penetrates deep into the lungs, creating widespread damage -- a pattern similar to what killed millions during previous flu pandemics in 1918 and 1957.

Clinical trial: One dose of H1N1 vaccine will protect pregnant womenupdated: Mon Nov 02 2009 21:41:00

Nearly all healthy pregnant women who receive a single dose of the H1N1 flu vaccine will be protected from that flu, according to just-released clinical trial data.

H1N1 pediatric trials bring good news, national institute saysupdated: Mon Sep 21 2009 19:45:00

The first data from H1N1 vaccine trials in children reveal some good news, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases said Monday.

Study: Single dose of H1N1 flu vaccine may suffice for adultsupdated: Fri Sep 11 2009 13:04:00

A single low dose of H1N1 vaccine may be enough to protect adults from the flu virus that has been spreading around the world, new data shows.

One dose of vaccineupdated: Fri Sep 11 2009 13:04:00

A single, low dose of H1N1 vaccine may be enough to protect adults from the flu virus.

Researchers identify new strain of HIV derived from gorillasupdated: Mon Aug 03 2009 18:28:00

French researchers have identified a new human immunodeficiency virus, the first derived from gorillas, a report said Monday.

Swine flu: Your questions answeredupdated: Thu Apr 30 2009 13:50:00

Over the past week, I've been inundated with questions about swine flu, via Facebook, Twitter, CNN blogs and e-mail. So this week I'm empowering people with information about swine flu: how to protect yourself, what all the numbers mean and why you shouldn't freak out.

Commentary: Yes, we can eradicate malariaupdated: Sat Apr 25 2009 10:39:00

For the past few decades when talking about malaria, public health officials and malaria experts have avoided the word "eradication."

Time.com: Scientists Bleak About AIDS Vaccine Prospectsupdated: Thu Oct 16 2008 16:00:00

The global economic turmoil is likely to take its toll on AIDS research funding and add to the problems plaguing the search for a vaccine against the virus, scientists warned Tuesday

Time.com: Study Traces AIDS Virus Origin to 100 Years Agoupdated: Wed Oct 01 2008 15:00:00

The AIDS virus has been circulating among people for about 100 years, decades longer than scientists had thought, a new study suggests

Time.com: Are Some HIV Patients Non-Infectious?updated: Mon Feb 04 2008 18:00:00

Swiss researchers have suggested that some people with HIV can safely have unprotected sex. Why AIDS experts say that's an irresponsible, high-risk statement

Fauci: Despite 'AIDS fatigue,' Americans should careupdated: Sat Dec 01 2007 09:18:00

Dr. Anthony Fauci has seen HIV and AIDS evolve from a mystery disease of the 1980s to an international health catastrophe to a disease that many consider a chronic but manageable condition.

'Day of sadness and hope'updated: Sat Dec 01 2007 09:18:00

President Bush makes remarks marking World AIDS Day.

Annie Lennox, crusaderupdated: Sat Dec 01 2007 09:18:00

Singer Annie Lennox talks to CNN's Tony Harris about why she has made AIDS in Africa a personal crusade.

Time.com: New HIV Infections Outpace Treatmentupdated: Mon Jul 23 2007 17:00:00

New HIV infections still dramatically outpace efforts in poor nations to bring treatment to patients, health officials said

Dr. Anthony Fauci fights to eradicate AIDSupdated: Fri Jan 05 2007 13:22:00

Dr. Anthony Fauci got goose bumps when he began connecting the dots in the early 1980s of gay men suffering from an unknown disorder in Los Angeles and San Francisco, California, and New York.

Bird flu virus 'still smoldering,' U.S. expert saysupdated: Wed Dec 06 2006 11:13:00

A year ago, headlines were screaming about a looming disaster: the rapid spread of bird flu across two-thirds of the globe. The H5N1 strain of the virus was killing more than half its human victims. Experts were urging the government to stockpile medicine and experimental vaccines.

AIDS protesters: Fewer voices, still heard updated: Fri Aug 18 2006 18:48:00

"Act Up! Fight Back! Fight AIDS!

Study backs high-dose flu vaccines for elderlyupdated: Mon May 22 2006 15:11:00

Elderly people, whose immune responses typically weaken with age, can be safely protected against common influenza with doses of vaccine that are up to four times stronger than usual, researchers said Monday.

Study: Bird-flu vaccine safe, but only partly effectiveupdated: Wed Mar 29 2006 18:19:00

An experimental bird-flu vaccine for humans has been deemed safe, but it provides only partial protection from the H5N1 strain of the virus, according to a study published this week.

Bird flu vaccine 'works' on peopleupdated: Mon Aug 08 2005 00:03:00

Scientists have developed an effective vaccine for humans against avian flu, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has said.

Experts say flu pandemic is imminentupdated: Thu May 26 2005 18:33:00

Health experts warn that things are falling into place for a global flu pandemic like the one in 1918 that killed tens of millions of people worldwide. They say it might not be quite as extreme, but by all calculations, will be very dangerous.

Flu season full of surprisesupdated: Wed Feb 09 2005 09:42:00

Influenza appears to be on the rise in the United States, with the number of states reporting cases increasing during the past weeks, according to federal officials.

CDC: Flu outbreak on declineupdated: Thu Jan 08 2004 12:27:00

Influenza activity appears to be on the downturn in the United States, even as federal officials report more than 90 children have died of the flu this season.

Fortune: WHERE ALL THAT AIDS MONEY IS GOING Yes, there's a lot of it. But AIDS is not getting more than its fair share -- and devoted graupdated: Mon Feb 07 1994 00:01:00

THE CAMPAIGN against AIDS may be simultaneously the most visible charity in search of private donations and the noisiest lobby in search of government funding. In major cities like Los Angeles and ...

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