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Gates billions left Ebola door open with AIDS focus, critics say

Rudd won't save Labor in Qld: Howard

Life expectancy gap growing between rich/poor world women - WHO

HPV program is major achievement: report

One dose of HPV vaccine may prevent cervical cancer

Bush library exhibits: 9/11, war, Katrina, recount

Researchers uncover throat cancer link

Study shows HPV vaccine saves lives

Grandma gives birth to her own grandchild

Obama, Bush 1st ladies press for girls' education

Gardasil not linked to blood clots: study

Professor Ruth Bishop awarded Florey Medal for work on rotavirus vaccine

Swedish doctors transplant wombs into 9 women

Cancer cases up 11%, breast cancer by a fifth: WHO

Life-changing price cut to HPV vaccine

Row champ Tait retires to fight cancer

One in 10 US women miss cervical cancer screenings

Mass. women at trial: Pregnancy drug caused cancer

Eli Lilly settles Mass. pregnancy drug-cancer case

Expert calls for calm as France hit by cancer vaccine scare

Bill Gates says he is proud of Aussies

Doctors use immune therapy against cervical cancer

Overweight linked to 500,000 cancer cases per year

Medical breakthroughs good news for health

Cancer rates much higher in Aboriginal people

Panel backs lung cancer screening for some smokers

AusAid cuts threaten immunisation programs

Improved cervical cancer diagnosis for Fijian women

WHITE HOUSE NOTEBOOK: Obama kicks the SOCCKET ball

Cancer projects short-listed for grants

Bill Gates says he is proud of Aussies

APNewsBreak: Deal in Mass. suit on pregnancy drug

France announces 1.5-billion-euro anti-cancer plan

Pelvic exam not needed for all women: US doctors' group

Too many cancer tests given to patients already at risk of death

`Guardian Angel' Helps Disabled Man Buy Home

Weak Merck sales overshadow third quarter cost cuts

HPV vaccine cut infection by half in teen girls

Bill Gates says he's proud of Aussies

Doctors List Tests Patients Should Question

Public gets turn to talk about Louisiana budget

'Breathtaking progress,' against cancer but challenges remain

For Argentine chemo patients, mirrors can hurt