25 July 2014
Millions might be saved - but would it be possible for the health service to buy in bulk?
Around 1,200 people each year are infected with hepatitis E through donated blood in England, a large study shows.
A British team of researchers has developed what might be a simple blood test for cancer, scientists from the University of Bradford say.
A Sierra Leone woman who fled hospital after testing positive for the Ebola virus has died after turning herself in, health officials tell the BBC.
Scientists say they have stumbled upon a common virus that has never been described before.
A pioneering breast cancer treatment that replaces weeks of radiotherapy with a single, targeted shot is set to be offered on the NHS.
How a failing hospital transformed itself
How the sun can damage sight as well as skin
The risks you may face while taking a walk
Preventing injury and illness in athletes
Can it really save the NHS millions?
Trying to save CAR, where fighting spreads like an infection
The man who set up a free school in the 80s
Beauty queen on being abused as a teenager Newsbeat
Why is medicinal use of honey so limited in the UK? BBC Nature
The heroin 'antidote' that can save overdosing addicts' lives
The deadly danger of illegal backstreet buttock injections
What is it and why is it still being carried out across the world?
One man's HIV campaign in Indonesia's Bandung prison
Finding the right drugs to care for Kenya's HIV orphans
Sir Chris Hoy reveals how he became Britain's greatest ever Olympian
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