Organ transplantation involves removing an organ from a donor and transplanting it into someone who may be very ill or dying. Find out what's involved here.
Organ and tissue donation
Organ and tissue donation can help save lives. It is important that you decide whether to become a donor. Here's a list of frequently asked questions.
Toxoplasmosis is a very common disease caused by a parasite that usually has no symptoms. Learn more about the causes and prevention options.
Human T-cell leukaemia virus type 1 (HTLV-1) is a virus that infects T-cells, white blood cells that form part of the immune system. Learn more here.
Rabies is caused by infection with the rabies virus. It is usually acquired from a bite or scratch from an infected animal. Learn how to prevent rabies and what to do if you may be infected.
Kaposi’s sarcoma is usually found under the skin, or in the lining of the mouth, nose or throat, and is associated with HIV/AIDS. Find out why here.
Groups at higher risk of developing COVID-19
Frequently asked questions about which groups are at higher risk of COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Shingles is a painful rash caused by the chickenpox virus. Here's how to recognise the symptoms and find the treatment that's best for you.
Flu vaccine FAQs
Got a question about the flu vaccine? Learn more about when to get vaccinated and who should get it.
Lymphoma is a cancer that affects the immune system. Although lymphoma is a serious disease, good treatment options are available.