People who are reluctant to get tested for HIV at a clinic may opt to use a new home test, but they will do so without professional support.
New software from Apple makes it easy for iPhone users to contribute to medical research but scientists warn there may be pitfalls.
There is growing evidence that pre-exposure prophylaxis is efficacious, safe and cost-effective in preventing high-risk individuals from getting HIV.
David Reddy: delivery of new anti-malaria drugs to developing countries is vital in fight against the diseaseSubscription
David Reddy, Medicines for Malaria Venture’s chief executive officer, discusses developments in the fight against the disease ahead of World Malaria Day on 25 April.
Advice on securing a bank loan to buy a pharmacySubscription
Most would-be pharmacy owners have to secure funding from a bank to set up a business. Sean Dixon, head of Business Services Group at the Royal Bank of Scotland, describes what you can expect from your advisers — and what they expect from you.
More people live within a 20-minute walk of a pharmacy than live as close to a GP surgery, new research has shown.
The first candidate malaria vaccine to reach phase III clinical trials is not as effective at protecting young African children against the disease as was hoped, according to results of the RTS,S clinical trial.
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