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[4/5/2014] Prognosis of tumors positive for human papilloma virus in head an...

[3/27/2014] Scripps Florida scientist awarded $2.3 million to study dengue fe...

[2/25/2014] Saudi Arabian camels carry MERS virus

[2/18/2014] HIV drug used to reverse effects of virus that causes cervical ca...

[1/28/2014] Skin cell response to environmental stimuli like viruses may pred...

[1/23/2014] Lab-grown, virus-free stem cells repair retinal tissue in mice

[1/14/2014] Research shows early promise of new drug for cancers caused by vi...

[1/8/2014] Health First Strongly Encourages Community to Get Flu Vaccination...

[12/18/2013] Decision Resources to Publish Reports That Include Market Analysi...

[12/10/2013] Astellas and Vical Announce Initiation of Phase 2 Trial of ASP011...

[12/9/2013] Despite Increasing Cost Sensitivity of EU5 Payers, Sofosbuvir and...

[12/6/2013] H7N9 influenza virus not adapted to efficient human-to-human tran...

[12/6/2013] ATS Labs Offers Antimicrobial Testing Utilizing Avian Influenza A...

[12/4/2013] Vaniprevir (Hepatitis C Virus) - Forecast and Market Analysis to ...

[12/3/2013] 1950s pandemic influenza virus remains a health threat, particula...

[11/21/2013] Current Hepatitis C Virus Regimens to Face Stiff Competition with...

[11/20/2013] Rotavirus vaccination may also protect children against seizures

[11/19/2013] HIV virus spread and evolution studied through computer modeling

[11/12/2013] Maine Biotechnology Services-USDA-ARS Partnership Provides Monocl...

[11/6/2013] ViGene Biosciences Introduces World's Largest Collection of P...


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