No vaccines against conspiracy theories

Fears provoked by the anti-vaccination movement may appear exaggerated if we consider that, worldwide, the vast majority of people believe that vaccines are safe and effective (79 percent and 84 percent, respectively, according to the World Health Organization). Yet a small number of unvaccinated people is enough to threaten the immunity of the population.

West Nile death toll rises to 20

The death toll from the West Nile virus since June this year has risen to 20, according to this week's report by the National Health Organization (EODY).

Up until September 12, authorities had diagnosed a total of 176 cases of the mosquito-borne virus. Of these, 109 developed illnesses affecting the central nervous system such as encephalitis or meningitis.

First oncology centre for personalized therapy in Eastern Europe to open in Timisoara

The first oncology centre for personalised therapy in eastern European Union will be built over the next two years at the Victor Babes Infectious Disease Hospital in Timisoara, where both lung tumours and metastatic cancer will be treated.

Maja Gojkovic transferred to Clinical Center of Serbia

Gojkovic was transferred to the Clinical Center on Monday to hospital treatment.
She got sick on Sunday, when she was admitted to the Emergency Center in Novi Sad. The doctors detected that the reason for her poor condition was high blood sugar, which was the reason to send her to do further clinical tests in Belgrade.