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China scrambles for bed spaces as coronavirus death toll reaches over 550
More than 28,000 people are known to be infected across the country.
'Los Frikis': The Cuban punks who deliberately infected themselves with HIV
One of the men, Gerson Govea, talks about his experiences.
Hepatitis C 'effectively eradicated' in haemophilia patients who were given contaminated blood
Haemophilia patients were given contaminated blood during the 1970s and 80s.
People urged to get vaccinated as latest case of measles confirmed in Cork
There have now been 38 cases of measles confirmed in recent months.
HSE confirms two cases of the Zika virus in Ireland
Neither case is at risk of pregnancy.
A doctor is on trial for murder after infecting hundreds of patients with HIV
Yem Chroeum claims he did not knowingly infect his patients.
US man told he was free from Ebola - but then his blue eye turned green...
The American physician worked with the World Health Organisation in Sierra Leone.
Without exit screenings, 3 people with Ebola would fly out of West Africa every month
New research has also found that screening people leaving West Africa is far more efficient than screening those arriving at other countries.
NBC confirms one of its cameramen has caught Ebola
The 33-year-old American is to be flown back to the US for treatment.
Students told to check that they're vaccinated after measles outbreak
Two cases have been confirmed at NUI Galway in the first cases in the country so far this year.
Deadly new virus sparks call for 'urgent actions' to prevent spread
There have been 33 confirmed cases of human infection since September last year, including 18 deaths.
Shocking US experiments on Guatemalans revealed
The experiments took place in the 1940s and included people being injected with syphilis and other illnesses, by what were described as “unethical” researchers.