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First concrete evidence for presence of Wolbachia in malaria-transmitting mosquitoes
LSHTM reacts to death of its patron, His Royal Highness Prince Philip
Brazil at high risk of dengue outbreaks after droughts because of temporary water storage
Vaccine hesitancy poses threat to efforts to end pandemic
African genomics research is improving health of Africans
Social costs of pandemic will be felt for a decade
Active case finding can be effective at reducing tuberculosis
Safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines linked to £100bns of net value for UK
Adults living with children faced small increased COVID-related risks during UK’s second wave
Government interventions rather than meteorological factors primarily curb COVID-19 spread
A slither of hope – new model predicts likelihood of snakebites through human behaviour patterns
LSHTM responds to UK Research and Innovation funding cuts
New free vaccination learning tools for schools
Cost of old-age social care should be shared between state and individual, says public
Vulnerable newborns being separated from their mothers in COVID-19 pandemic
B.1.1.7 variant linked to 55% higher mortality compared to other strains of SARS-CoV-2
Universal ‘test and treat’ an economically efficient strategy to help control HIV epidemic in southern Africa
COVID-19 vaccine linked to a reduction in transmission
HPV-DNA testing most effective approach to detect cervical precancer among women living with HIV
Turning houses into ‘lethal mosquito lures’ nearly halves incidence of malaria in children in African trial
Statins have no overall effect on muscle pain finds individual randomised, placebo controlled trial
Local and national restrictions in England reduced contacts in small and varied ways
TB vaccine may protect newborns against other infectious diseases
1.8 billion people could be living with untreated vision impairments by 2050
Eye health is key for global development of healthier, more equitable world
High level of public support for strict COVID control measures but much lower level of trust in Government
Impact of reopening schools on SARS-CoV-2 transmission in England
£4.2m funding boost to improve menstrual health in Ugandan schools
From production to pricing: Can world meet COVID-19 vaccination challenges?
Preventive blood thinning drugs could reduce COVID hospital deaths
Preventive blood thinning drugs could reduce number of hospitalised COVID-19 patients who die
Self-testing trebles HIV testing rate amongst trans people in randomised trial
LSHTM announces new Director
SARS-CoV-2 infection rate very high amongst UK strictly-Orthodox Jewish community
Vaccines against 10 diseases prevented 37 million deaths in low- and middle-income countries in last
‘Sustainable diets’ improve health at a lower cost to environment
People with severe atopic eczema may have increased risk of death from several causes
LSHTM awarded £2.7m funding to alleviate impact of COVID-19 pandemic on charity funding
Chemical attraction – new pheromone-based bed bug lure to help better detect infestations
Modelling study estimates impact of ‘test to release’ strategy to reduce – or replace – quarantine for contacts of COVID-19 cases
New modelling estimates potential impact of new COVID-19 strain
COVID-19 infection rates in schools mirror rates in community
Study finds infection rates in schools mirror rates in community
Scientists solve 100-year-old cerebral malaria mystery using neuroimaging techniques
Travel restrictions must be used in a targeted way to be effective
Mass testing with a short period of contact restrictions dramatically reduced SARS-CoV-2 infections
Cancer survivors at higher risk of hospitalisation or dying from flu
Modelling shows daily rapid testing could replace blanket quarantine period