Ethiopia: Orthopedic Surgeon Who Aspires to Make Ethiopia a Medical Tourism Hub

Dr. Biruk Lambisso is a senior consultant Orthopedic Surgeon by profession. He is as well an Associate Professor at Addis Ababa University- Black lion

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Tanzania: Hepatitis is another silent killer – Mwalimu

Hepatitis has been branded as another silent killer disease in the country because it takes time to show its signs after infection.Minister of Health,

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Kenya: USAid probes theft, sale of free HIV drugs

American aid agency USAid has started a probe on how HIV-related medication is being stolen from government facilities for sale in the black market,

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Liberia: Mineral Water Companies Reject Report of Producing Contaminated Water

The managements of the Diamond Star Mineral Water and Best Aqua Water Companies have rejected reports emanating from the National Public Health Institute of

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Tanzania: Call for joint efforts to fight cancer, TB

Songea. Residents and various health stakeholders have been urged to cooperate with the government, regional health facilities and councils to ensure a promise to

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Ethiopia: Ethiopia Working to Reverse Gastroenterological Health Burdens

The Ministry of Health (MoH) highlighted that it is working towards establishing an effective digestive health disorders and hepatitis prevention programs. Health State Minister

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South Africa: Save Three Lives This Mandela Day

The South African National Blood Service (SANBS) will on Tuesday host blood donation sites at hundreds of locations all over South Africa to mark

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Kenya: Nairobi cracks down on eating joints after cholera outbreak

The Nairobi County government has started a crackdown on eateries without valid licences and unregistered water vendors, amid a cholera outbreak. Speaking to the

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Nigeria: U.S. Commits U.S.$4.3 Billion to Tackle HIV in Nigeria

The US government support for HIV/AIDS programmes in Nigeria totalled $4.3 billion between 2014 and 2016 with more than 700,000 patients treated in 2016

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Nigeria: Red Alert for Cholera, Hepatitis E Outbreaks

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has raised red alert for acute outbreaks of cholera and hepatitis E in Nigeria. The WHO blamed the cholera

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