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The trials will see if the test can identify the distinctive chemicals people exhale even early on in infections.
Medics are using underground clinics and surgery guided by satellite link to save lives, says Zaher Sahloul.
Médicins Sans Frontières is evolving its approach to psychological care for people exposed to violence.
There is no evidence that encouraging celibacy or faithfulness reduces risky sexual behaviour, finds paper.
Even sharing with just one or two other households poses a significant threat to the under-fives, warns study.
Rates are higher in these developing nations than in developed nations that allow the procedures, finds study.
Change could reduce the need to avoid cigarettes because of fears over foetal health, says study on African tribe.
The SpiroCall system analyses the sound of a person breathing to identify and monitor conditions.
Cigarette companies backed AIDS campaigns to weaken tobacco control efforts in poorer nations, reveals paper.
They face an unequal struggle to access healthcare and education in both rich and poor nations, finds paper.
A drop in routine funding by the world’s major research donor leaves us vulnerable to epidemics, warns report.
People in poorer nations are as exposed to potentially harmful bisphenol A as those in richer ones, review finds.
Patients will still be paying for much of their care in 2040 as state spending falls behind demand, study warns.