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Scientists discover two different vaccines combined to creat new virus strains

Claire Peddie adelaidenow.com.au TWO different vaccines used to control infectious disease in chickens have combined to create new virus strains. The herpes virus caused 33 outbreaks of disease and death in farmed chickens on the outskirts of Sydney and Melbourne … Continue reading

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Just a little bit gay

Katherine Feeney Sydney Morning Herald Have you ever wondered whether you were a little bit gay? There’s an interesting article out today in the Medical Journal of Australia about how ‘coming out’ should be considered a health issue. According to … Continue reading

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Ethicists Argue in Favor of ‘After-Birth Abortions‘ as Newborns ’Are Not Persons’

Liz Klimas The Blaze Two ethicists working with Australian universities argue in the latest online edition of the Journal of Medical Ethics that if abortion of a fetus is allowable, so to should be the termination of a newborn. Alberto … Continue reading

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Rare mutations tied to breast, pancreatic cancers: study

Genevra Pittman Reuters Mutations in genes that fix mismatched DNA may put people at extra risk for breast cancer and pancreatic cancer, in addition to their well-known ties to colon and endometrial cancers, a new report suggests. But close relatives … Continue reading

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Scientist says ‘pie in the sky’ engineering won’t deal with climate change

Source: ABC News Some scientists are warning against tackling climate change with major engineering projects. Proposals to build a solar umbrella, or add fertiliser to oceans to take up more carbon dioxide, are deemed too costly and inefficient. Professor David … Continue reading

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Aussie researchers closer to HIV vaccine

Source: SMH Australian researchers are one step closer to finding a vaccine for HIV, and hope to be able to offer a preventative jab within the decade. Experts at The University of Melbourne have found that people with HIV produce … Continue reading

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