Persons living with HIV/AIDS decry service charges at RSUTH
The management of Rivers State University Teaching Hospital (RSUTH) has vowed to sanction health workers collecting service charges from those...
When you stigmatise yourself
This is the “other narratives” on people living with HIV/AIDS. Read a sister, first! “I am a healthcare professional. And what I have witnessed so far in my line of duty leaves me with little hope for the marital institution.
Stakeholders calls for innovative approach to curb spread of HIV/AIDS
Stakeholders in the health sector have called on the Nigerian government and the private sector to harness innovative ways of curbing the spread of HIV and AIDS. These stakeholders, who identified solutions to the spread of HIV and AIDS, spoke at the free testing and counselling programme for athletes in the 'Access Bank Marathon' at…
The HIV/AIDS Epidemic could be getting worse among women
“Girls and women make up more than half of the 36.7 million people living with HIV. Ending AIDS by 2030 requires that we address girls' and women's diverse roles by putting them at the centre of the response.” – Joint United Nations on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS). In Nigeria today, there are over 3.1 million people living…
60 garlands for the champion of anti-HIV/AIDS campaign
Folasade Tolulope Ogunsola, professor of Medical Microbiology, with specialisation in Disease Control, particularly HIV/AIDS, an academic of global standing...
‘Why HIV cases, AIDS-related deaths are still high in Nigeria’
Prof. Innocent Ujah is a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist at Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH) and the immediate past Director-General...
Traumatising narratives of living with HIV/AIDS
Many wonder about the continuous suicidal attempts in the country especially at Lagos lagoons. Little will people know that these are people who have sentenced themselves to death after hearing the life changing news about their health.
Stakeholders task government on early diagnosis of HIV/AIDS in infants
The Federal Government has been urged to pay serious attention to early diagnosis of Human Immuno Virus and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) in infants.