Europe's medicine watchdog okays preventive AIDS pill
Europe's medicines watchdog said Friday it has recommended the licencing of the first-ever AIDS prevention pill for the European Union.
HIV/AIDS still top killer of African adolescents
HIV/AIDS remains the leading cause of death among Africans aged between 10 and 19, UNICEF chief Anthony Lake said Monday at the start of a major international conference on the virus.
NIMR probes rise in sudden deaths
I came to the Institute six years ago with my vision to restructure and repositioning NIMR because before now little was known about NIMR and also little was known about what the institute does.
PSN charges pharmacists in Americas on teamwork
Nigerian pharmacists have charged their colleagues in diaspora on delivering healthcare through multidisciplinary approach.President of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria...
Nigerian wins Innovation Prize for Africa 2016 with urine malaria test
A Nigerian, Dr. Eddy Agbo, over the weekend emerged as one of the three winners of the Innovation Prize for Africa, winning the Special Prize for Social Impact with innovative healthcare solution to address Africa’s prevailing malaria burden.
Thabo Mbeki: Africa’s philosopher-king
Thabo Mbeki’s dozen weekly letters between January and April 2016, trying to justify his actions as South Africa’s president between 1999 and 2008, were largely pedantic, petty, and petulant ...
Ending AIDS by 2030
The AIDS epidemic has defined the global health agenda for an entire generation. The first AIDS-related deaths were diagnosed 35 years ago and HIV rapidly became a global crisis.
Nigerian Navy renders free medical services, mosquito nets to Borno IDPs
Ibas spoke on Monday in Maiduguri, while flagging of the medical rhapsody and free medical services to over 25, 000 displaced persons at the Dalori II resettlement camp.
Scientists get closer to HIV cure
Scientists have recorded giant strides in the search of cure for Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV) that causes Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS).