Uganda: Vaginal Ring Can Prevent HIV - Studies
[Observer] Results of two large-scale clinical trials in Africa show promise for a potential HIV/Aids prevention option for women: a vaginal ring.
[Daily Trust] Rosie Mashale, popularly known as Mama Rosie, the founder of Baphumelele Children's Centre of South Africa has emerged winner of the 2019 Daily Trust African of the Year award. A seven-member award selection committee led by the former President of Botswana, His Excellency, Dr. Festus Mogae announced her as the winner on November 29, 2019 after rigorous selection meetings in Abuja, the capital of Nigeria.
[263Chat] Mangwe legislator Anele Ndebele has taken Minister of Health and Child Care Obadiah Moyo to task over reported side effects of Anti Retroviral (ARVs) drugs which has seen people experiencing physical deformities on their bodies.
[Nation] Medics and caregivers will no longer have to worry about children rejecting or spitting out bitter ARV drugs.
[Vanguard] A Nigerian researcher, Prof. Maduike Ezeibe, has frowned at the analytical treatment interruption, otherwise known as bone marrow transplant, being promoted as cure for HIV/AIDS.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Tanzania has started using Dolutegravir 'DGT', the new and most effective drug in suppressing HIV/Aids in the human body.
[New Era] Ongwediva -Israel Hatutale, who has been living with the HIV virus for the past 21 years, says the fight against the deadly epidemic can only be a success with the involvement of men.
[New Zimbabwe] Magwegwe legislator Anele Ndebele Tuesday asked Health Minister Obadiah Moyo to bring to parliament, a ministerial statement explaining why some people on Anti-Retroviral Therapy were experiencing bodily deformities.
[East African] In the past eight years, East Africa has reduced Aids-related mortality and annual new HIV infections by 44 and 28 per cent respectively, according to the United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAids).
[UNFPA in WCA] Dakar, 9 December 2019 -- The 2019 edition of the International Conference on AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections in Africa, (ICASA 2019), ended in Kigali, Rwanda with a commitment by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) to strengthen its leadership role in the Global HIV Prevention Coalition as a co-convener.
[New Times] The United Nations Programme for HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) target of ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030 will remain a mirage if children and young people are not given access to Anti-retro viral treatment, medics have said.