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Steven – Why I participated in an HIV Vaccine Trial

For more information, visit us at www.SFisReady.org “That’s what it means to be part of a community, to give something back.” ~ Steven Steven thinks people might be surprised to know that he is a very grounded, stable, and responsible adult, despite his piercings, tattoos, and larger-than-life personality. He has lived in San Francisco more […]

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Targeting killer diseases

In what could be described as another bold step to check the spread of tuberculosis,HIV and AIDS as well as blindness in Nigeria,the Bayelsa State Governor,Chief Timipreye Silva who spoke through the Commissioner of Health gave reasons for setting up the AIDS/TUBERCULOSIS AND PREVENTION OF BLINDNESS ADVOCACY COMMITTEES Soundbite:Commissioner of Health Speaking(ENGLISH): “Anywhere you see […]

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How to avoid getting AIDS, HIV and other STDs

Article by Lance McCloud Protecting yourself with the proper form of protection, basically by using a condom, you can avoid contracting HIV, AIDS and STD’s. Condoms create a barrier that prevents contact of semen, bacteria and viruses, as well as, infectious particles and are essential in the prevention of the spreading these viruses. The two […]

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Gabor Mate – Restorative Medicine – Beyond the Medical Model

Gabor Mate MD addresses professional and lay audiences all over North America. His four books are all Canadian bestsellers, published internationally in nearly twenty languages. The most recent, “In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters with Addiction” has been awarded the Hubert Evans prize for literary non-fiction. Dr. Mate was for twenty years a […]

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HIV the Human Immunodeficiency Virus – STD Screening

Article by Jhon21 slater HIV, human immunodeficiency virus, has turn into an extremely major wellbeing danger about the very last number of many years. Although it was almost unheard of ahead of the 1980′s, it now is estimated to impact about 1,185,000 folks in the United States alone. Anybody who is sexually lively has the […]

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Onyeka Onwewu grieves her only brother

Five months after the death of her mother, Ochiedike Hope Onwenu, Onyeka Onwenu’s only brother has also passed on. Her elder brother, Richard Onwenu, an accountant, died on Sat. June 9, 2012. Preparations are under way for the funeral ceremony which includes a wake keep for him on Thursday Aug. 9 at Hon. DK Onwenu’s […]

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Detailed Info The Acid Reflux Diet – How To Cure Acid Reflux And Heartburn Enabling You To Live A Pain Free Life

Article by kermitbonomo If you are wondering where this particular disease originates you will have to understand that the main body organ that is affected by this particular disease is the esophagus. This organ is somehow like a tube and this is where out food travels from the throat and into our stomachs. There is […]

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Dr Ovadje, inventor, Nigeria

Para el Dr. Ovadje, la creatividad es un don, y cada invención contribuye al progreso de la humanidad. Como le sucede a él, muchos inventores de países en desarrollo no pueden expresar su creatividad debido a la falta de medios. Video Rating: 0 / 5

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More Low-Cost AIDS Drugs Mean More People Treated

This is the VOA Special English Health Report, from voaspecialenglish.com | http An American program called the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief helps millions of people infected with HIV. PEPFAR is considered one of the most successful programs created during the presidency of George W. Bush. Its goal was to change HIV/AIDS from a […]

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Pharmaceutical industry keen on access to medicines

Article by James Njoroge As the world continues to writhe in pain from the worsening economic crisis, the health sector has not been spared the wrath. Patients, especially in developing countries, are struggling to cope. Unlike their counterparts in developed countries, they face more, serious and dire challenges especially with access to medicines. Majority of […]

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