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National Medical Stores Set To Mark 25 Years Anniversary

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National Medical Stores (NMS) has launched activities to mark 25 years anniversary. As part of the celebration, NMS will hold a number of stakeholder engagement meetings to create a platform where they can discuss issues affecting the health sector in their areas and find a way forward. The engagements will be held under the theme “innovations for effective and efficient ...

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A Healthy Baby Girl Born Using Womb Transplanted From Dead Body

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The 10-hour transplant operation – and later fertility treatment – took place in São Paolo, Brazil, in 2016. The mother, 32, was born without a womb. Check also: A Mother Fought 20 Chimpanzees And Rescued Her Baby From Them There have been 39 womb transplants using a live donor, including mothers donating their womb to their daughter, resulting in 11 babies. ...

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Do you know your HIV status? – Zani Brown In Response To the World Aids Day

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Since United Nations is already working hand in hand with health institutions to fight HIV Aids, Zani Brown is also urging many youths to go for check up. Check also: Shocking: Comedian Salvador Reveals His HIV Status A couple of days ago, Comedian Idringi Patrick Salvador managed to test for HIV and fortunately he found himself negative, he also urged Ugandans ...

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Shocking: Comedian Salvador Reveals His HIV Status

Salvador Idringi Hints About His HIV Status, Checkout

Celebrated long-term comedian known as Patrick Idringi Salvador, has finally revealed his HIV status towards the public and media. He went on and urged all people to spare time and go for check up. Check also: Tanzanian Singer, Ray C Reveals Her HIV Status Since today is the World Aids Day, the United Nations group is working hand in hand ...

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World’s Second Human Case Of Rat Hepatitis E Discovered In Hong Kong

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A second case of rat hepatitis E has been reported in a human in Hong Kong, making it also the second recorded globally. A 70-year-old woman from the Wong Tai Sin district of Hong Kong was diagnosed with the disease this month, according to Hong Kong’s Department of Health. She does not recall having direct contact with rodents or their ...

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