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Swaziland’s health services affected by economic crisis

Swaziland’s healthcare is under added threat due to an economic crisis in the country. Swazi adults have the highest rate of HIV infections in the world. One in every four adults are infected. But now Swaziland cannot afford to meet the cost of its medical expenses. HIV-infected patients have consequently been limited to just a […]

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Monalisa Chinda Passes Out At The News Of Her Fiance’s Health Status

Visit Our Websit: irokotv.com From The Movie:”Lasting Love”.This is the story of a woman who is being blackmailed of testing HIV positive, she lives with the trauma only to find out that she is being blackmailed.

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Pros and Cons of Home Test HIV Options

Article by Chris Robertson HIV testing may be widely available and confidential in some locales, but in much of the country, it’s not so easy to test HIV, especially if your confidentiality is important to you. Home HIV kits offer an option for those people who can’t or won’t be tested in an office setting. […]

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‘Stimulation of immune system heals HIV in weeks’

International activists are lashing out at world leaders for failing in their promises to do more to treat people with HIV. The criticism comes during the AIDS conference which is underway in Vienna, calling for an end to ‘treatment discrimination’. Dr Marco Ruggiero, from the University of Florence in Italy, supports the view that the […]

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Agbaje Olusola: Love, HIV, and Allah

Infected by her first husband, Agbaje is HIV positive and an AIDS activist in Nigeria. Video Rating: 0 / 5

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Inder Singh: On Issues Regarding Medicine Cost

Article by Mary Dawn Tingal Health has always been an issue for decades. Due to the decrease for supplies and the increase of prices in the world market, it cannot be denied that the medicines and the other means to access health supplements have also increase. Although, organizations such as UN and smaller organizations such […]

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Keeping It Real With Adeola – Episode 32

This week, Adeola explained why it is disrespectful to ask Nigerian President to declare his assets publicly. She featured a Kenyan student who has spread HIV/AIDS to 90 students on her campus in 50 days. She also discussed how many Nigerians are getting away with debts by claiming to be Boko Haram members. Find out […]

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CTAC – Presentation of data analysis on liver transplants for HIV/&/or Hep infected patients

Dr. Curtis Cooper’s knowledge transfer meeting hosted by the Canadian Treatment Action Council (CTAC) sponsored presentation on Dr. Cooper’s study will inform public health policy and further efforts to secure access to liver transplantation for people living with HIV. (Toronto, Canada) This is a panel-based meeting with time for Questions & Answers. Speakers include: Dr. […]

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APOHA 2010 w Church Slides & Gun Shot w Return to Nigeria.wmv

Information on Orphan Rescue in Africa. Missionaries Joey & Beverly Starling work in Nigera rescuing orphan and vulnerable children. Video Rating: 0 / 5

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Generating Productive Partnerships to Battle HIV Among Younger Older people in Producing Countries

Article by Steven Gerrard Know Your Position Perfect NowHIV is a throughout the world epidemic. New international HIV estimates, launched by the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) and the Entire world Health Organization (WHO), underscore the continued severity of the HIV pandemic. At the finish of 2007, an estimated 33.2 million grown ups […]

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