Published Articles

Drug-resistant STI cases prompt warning

Further spread of the infection would have implications for treatment, say researchers
08 March 2019

Buzz surrounds new malaria drug, but the once-a-week wonder comes with a catch

The prophylactic agent causes side effects in patients with a certain deficiency.
27 September 2018

Beware: This parasite mimics IBD symptoms

There’s a serious risk if you’re mistaken and the patient is treated with steroids
21 September 2018

How Siena Cathedral led to a ground-breaking vaccine technique

Dr Rino Rappuoli, winner of the European Inventor Award 2017, discusses his inspiration. 
20 September 2017

Meet the family responsible for meningococcal

And find out how to tackle this menacing 13-Men mob
01 September 2017

How to manage shortages of hep B vaccine

As hepatitis B vaccine shortages continue, immunisation providers are being advised not to mix different brands of paediatric hepatitis B vaccine to make up one adult dose.
01 September 2017

Get all your shots to avoid cabin fever

Cruise ship passengers should get their vaccinations shipshape if they want to avoid being confined to their cabin because of disease outbreaks, an infectious diseases expert says.
06 July 2017

GPs on alert as exotic disease returns to the suburbs

Increasing numbers of children are returning with typhoid after family trips to Asia, travel medicine experts warn.
24 June 2017