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2015/01/28 05:29
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London — When Ebola hit West Africa last year, it was a disease with no sign of a vaccine or cure. To those affected that may have been an indication that the wider world didn't care about them or the...
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2015/01/27 07:30
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London — A decline in Ebola cases in West Africa must not result in a loss of vigilance because a single new case is enough to reignite an outbreak, international medical charity Medecins Sans...
2015/01/26 13:30
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With only days to go before the deadline, activists from TB Proof have raised the R230,000 needed for Phumeza Tisile to have cochlear implants. The operation will give Tisile, a tuberculosis patient...
2015/01/26 09:29
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London — Two weeks after floods first swept across southern Africa, tens of thousands of people urgently need clean water, food, shelter and medical care, aid agencies said on Friday, as more rain was...
2015/01/25 19:49
2015/01/25 19:49
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GENEVA (Reuters) - The Executive Board of the World Health Organisation (WHO) agreed on Sunday to create a contingency fund and an emergency workforce to respond quickly to crises after strong...
2015/01/24 07:11
2015/01/24 07:11
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A Sudanese warplane deliberately targeted one of the few hospitals operating in South Kordofan state, where ethnic minority rebels have been fighting government troops, an international medical...
2015/01/23 20:56
2015/01/23 20:56
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UNITED NATIONS, United States: The United Nations (UN) on Friday (Jan 23) condemned an airstrike on a hospital in southern Sudan where rebels are fighting the Khartoum government, calling it a serious...
2015/01/23 16:50
2015/01/23 16:50
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LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Two weeks after floods first swept across southern Africa, tens of thousands of people urgently need clean water, food, shelter and medical care, aid agencies...
2015/01/21 16:34
2015/01/21 16:34
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A health professional treats an Ebola patient in Guinea. Geneva/Copenhagen/New York — Agility in provision of products and supply chains critical to Ebola response UNICEF has sent almost 3,000...
2015/01/21 13:30
2015/01/21 13:30
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Ebola fighters are arguably some of the bravest people in the world. Their resilience and persistence to combat a disease that has no known treatment or cure has been hailed everywhere. However, they...
2015/01/20 09:31
2015/01/20 09:31
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Pharmaceutical giants GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer have been urged to cut the price of their pneumococcal vaccines in poor countries to $5 per child. International charity Medecins Sans Frontieres...
2015/01/19 13:29
2015/01/19 13:29
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Nsanje — Thousands of people in flood-hit southern Malawi are still stranded without aid as a "slow tsunami" continues to hamper rescue efforts, led by the country's army. Heavy rains and floods have...
2015/01/18 12:37
2015/01/18 12:37
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Bones, ashes at Liberia crematorium a reminder of Ebola trauma Published: 18 January 2015 8:16 PM Asylum seekers from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone pose as they warm themselves near an electric...
2015/01/17 08:03
2015/01/17 08:03
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Heavy rains and floods have killed 176 people and displaced 110,000, Vice President Saulos Chilima said after touring the worst-hit parts of the southern African country. "Efforts to rescue thousands...
2015/01/15 19:43
2015/01/15 19:43
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The Indian Patent Controller has rejected US firm Gilead's key patent applications for drug sofosbuvir, used to treat hepatitis C (HCV). The oral drug was first received regulatory approval in the US...
2015/01/14 10:29
2015/01/14 10:29
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Lagos — Medecins Sans Frontieres/Doctors Without Borders (MSF), the international health group, has pledged to support pregnant women and children, who are the most vulnerable in a camp established to...
2015/01/12 12:29
2015/01/12 12:29
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Monrovia — Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) which has been running the ELWA 3, Ebola Management Centre in Paynesville, and Monrovia since August discharged the 500threcovered patient, on Sunday the 4th...
2015/01/11 11:56
2015/01/11 11:56
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WASHINGTON: It is often taken for granted that Google has mapped every street in every town, village and city. But in developing nations, entire areas often lack up to date map information. This can...
2015/01/08 14:29
2015/01/08 14:29
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The Government Of Liberia is considering the re-opening of schools across the country by February as the Ebola Virus Disease is reported to be declining. The government closed the doors of all schools...
2015/01/08 14:26
2015/01/08 14:26
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A CHARITY fitness session organised to raise money for victims of ebola was “a great way to start the New Year,” according to event’s organiser. Over £500 was raised for two charities which are...
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