Firm advocates support for persons living with HIV/AIDS
A firm, Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc., has joined the rest of the world to solicit support for persons living with Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome and Human Deficiency Virus ( HIV/AIDS).
HIV/AIDS: Elimination of mother-to-child transmission still challenged
MOST pregnant women and nursing mothers living with HIV, know that they have to take their antiretroviral (ARV) drugs at regular intervals, and attend clinic, in order to stay healthy and avoid infecting their babies with the virus. This is part of the new World Health Organisation (WHO) guideline-Option B+, released in September 2015, for…
NMA wants more research on HIV, AlDS
The Nigeria Medical Association (NMA), Kwara state chapter, has solicited the support of the Federal and state governments for more research to curb the HIV and AlDS scourge in the country. The Chairman of the Association, Dr Kunle Olawepo made the call in llorin, on Friday in a statement to commemorate the 2017 world HlV…
Nigeria's flourishing 'miracle cure' business for HIV/AIDS
Blessing wanted to believe the advert on Facebook that promised "a cure for AIDS".
Novel herbal cures for HIV revalidated
Tomorrow, December 1, 2017, is World AIDS Day (WAD). A day set aside to raise awareness on Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV)/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) prevention, treatment and care.
PSN Foundation to advance research, development
The Pharmaceutical Association of Nigeria (PSN) has officially launched the PSN Foundation and inaugurated its Board of Trustees, on Tuesday, in Abuja.
Complete recovery from AIDS
With the successful suppression of the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) virus (HIV) through medication, the focus turns toward its eradication.
Pneumonia, bronchitis overtake HIV/AIDS as leading cause of death in Africa, WHO study reveals
Pneumonia and bronchitis have overtaken Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV)/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) as the leading cause of death for people in Africa.
HIV injection taken every two months scraps need for daily drugs
Currently HIV patients have to take antiretroviral medication each day to stop it from weakening their immune system and leading to Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS).