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U.S. therapy uses immune system to fight brain tumors

CHICAGO (Reuters) - U.S. researchers are targeting a deadly brain cancer by taking aim at a common virus active in most people with these tumors.

World

China steps up monitoring of deadly virus outbreak

BEIJING (Reuters) - An eastern Chinese province has introduced a daily reporting system to monitor the spread of a virus that has killed 19 children and spread panic among residents, Xinhua news agency reported on Monday.

World

Novartis says cutting prices on malaria drug

ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland's Novartis AG is cutting prices for its malaria drug Coartem by a fifth to improve access to treatment, especially in Africa, it said on Wednesday.

World

U.S. says Indonesia stalling in talks on U.S. lab

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Talks between Indonesia and the United States over the future of a U.S. naval medical lab have become entangled in an international dispute over how to share crucial bird flu samples, U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Michael Leavitt said on Monday.

World

Experimental U.S. bird flu vaccine uses cold virus

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An experimental bird flu vaccine that uses a common cold virus and bits of DNA from the H5N1 virus appears to stimulate an immune response in mice, U.S. researchers said on Thursday.

Health

Hib affects only humans

Vaccination can eliminate invasive Hib infections that cause pneumonia and meningitis.

Fitness

Hib affects only humans

Vaccination can eliminate invasive Hib infections that cause pneumonia and meningitis.

World

Small company gets U.S. go-ahead on bird flu patch

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A small biotechnology company trying to develop needle-free vaccines won a boost to its efforts on Tuesday with U.S. government approval to test a bird flu skin patch on more people.

The Doctor Says

Hib affects only humans

Vaccination can eliminate invasive Hib infections that cause pneumonia and meningitis.

World

Chinese son likely gave bird flu to father - report

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A 24-year-old Chinese man who died of bird flu in December passed the virus directly to his father in a rare case of human-to-human transmission of the virus, doctors reported on Monday.