Archbishop Atilade, CAN southwest chairman, dies at 76
The Christian community was yesterday thrown into mourning following the death of the president of Gospel Baptist Conference of Nigeria, Archbishop Magnus Atilade. He was aged 76.
Ikeja Rotary Club celebrates Christmas with LASUTH patients, staff
The Rotary Club of Ikeja has donated equipment worth millions of naira to the management of the Lagos State Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) in Ikeja, in continuation of its yearly tradition, which began 44 years ago. The yearly Christmas visit, which formed part of the club’s annual calendar, enabled members to spend the day, dancing and…
Kanu’s visit excites patients at LASUTH
Former Super Eagles attacker and Founder of the Kanu Heart Foundation (KHF), Nwankwo Kanu, yesterday put smile on faces of patients who are suffering from cardiac diseases.
Medicine: Tough road to certification and specialisation
For medical doctors, the journey to becoming certified to practice, like other professionals, begins with the acquisition of the basic medical degree.
Lagos youths urge support for Ambode’s re-election
A group, the Lagos Community Youth Volunteers, under the leadership of Ambassador Akanni Michael, has called on citizens of Lagos State to show full support for the re-election of Akinwunmi Ambode as the state governor.
How Amatem Forte softgel reduces malaria resistance, treatment failures
Poised to reduce the prevalence of malaria in the country, Elbe Pharma Nigeria Limited, has officially presented the outcome of the successful clinical trial on Amatem Forte Softgel capsules, conducted at Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja, Lagos. This has been described as an innovative antimalarial, with superior benefits for the patients compared to…
Rotary Club, LASUTH begin cleft lip palate surgical mission
A group in the United States, the Alliance for Smile alongside Rotary International in partnership with the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital...
Ending maternal, child mortality in Nigeria with new intervention
The issue would be from personnel, human capital. We don’t have enough midwives and doctors, unavailability of materials, insecurity in the North, like Zamfara where some projects have shut down because of security and you can’t access some villages and places at the risk of your own life.
Chinese consulate donates medical equipment to LASUTH
To foster the China-Nigeria relationship as well as contribute to the healthcare system in Nigeria, the Chinese consulate has donated an auto hematology analyzer and a semi-auto chemistry analyzer to the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH).