In order to address the current medical brain in the country, the President, National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria (NPMCN), Dr. Akinsanya Osibogun,
Pfizer in Africa and the Middle East region (AfME) announced on Tuesday, March 1, 2022 in a media roundtable, their plans for delivering breakthroughs
The application, set for inauguration today, Thursday, March 3 in Yola, Adamawa State, will collect, maintain, secure, and generate health reports and statistics
The Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) on Aug. 24, 2021, in Abuja, organised a roadshow to sensitise Nigerians on the imperative of boosting methanol fuel production technology in the country.
Minister of State for Health, Dr. Adeleke Olorunnimbe Mamora has called on the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) to work with the Federal Government towards making Nigeria a regional hub for vaccines....
Nephrologists advocate Renal Care Policy, standardisation of treatment for Nigerians with kidney diseases
Nigerian Association of Nephrology (NAN) has advocated for the formulation of a National Renal Care Policy, as such document would help standardise treatment for Nigerians with kidney diseases.
The Department of Radiography, Faculty of Clinical Sciences of the College of Medicine, University of Lagos (CMUL) has inducted 37 new radiographers into the profession.
New platform aims to provide safe, effective cancer medicines to approximately 120,000 children between 2022 and 2027
The World Health Organisation (WHO) and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital on Monday announced plans to establish a platform that will dramatically increase access to childhood cancer medicines
Over the past two weeks, the U.S. Embassy helped connect oncology specialists from the United States and Nigeria to help strengthen the capacity of cancer treatment and care in Nigeria.
A few weeks after receiving an experimental cancer therapy that turns immune cells into tumour-killing hunters, Doug Olson’s doctor sat him down to give him news of his progress.
For humans, the first instinct would be to disinfect it and then cover it with a bandage.
Healthcare practitioners and sickle cell based Non-Governmental organisations have advocated for the need to educate the young and adult generation on sickle cell anaemia, which will help change their behaviours..