Science exonerates HIV's 'Patient 0'
Genetic reconstruction shows that the virus had been circulating for years in the US before the patient arrived.
HIV researchers edge closer to a cure
An experimental treatment appears to have erased all traces of the virus, but the jury's still out.
Scientists watch an immune system fight the flu in real time
It could lead to better treatments for many stubborn viruses.
Theranos' Zika test is under FDA scrutiny
The hits just keep coming.
Zika virus' effects are broader than first thought
Babies may have to deal with far more than small heads.
IBM's new virus filter could lead to home diagnostic tools
A new nanoscale exosome sorting technology could pave the way for 'liquid biopsies.
CDC warns against visiting a Zika-hit Miami neighborhood
Pregnant women and their partners are being urged to steer clear of Wynwood.
Further Zika studies increase the chances of a vaccine
Two vaccine tests have proven successful, and research has revealed more details of how the virus works.
Gene editing can end disease and fight global famine
And also give us unicorns.