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New AIDS drugs not available in Africa

...Frontiers (Doctors Without Border). MSF (Medicine sans Frontiers) have accused the pharmaceutical companies that they are not selling their new drugs in Africa. MSF is providing AIDS treatment to over 57,000 people in 29 countries. MSF has accused pharmaceutical companies of not selling new improvised ...

Africa Needs More Drugs For HIV

Regina is a volunteer of Médecins sans Frontières (MSF) in Kenya’s west, and she ensures that the HIV patients in the area take their medication regularly, and also renders advice with regard to the disease. The chief difficulty // for those who are afflicted with the virus is getting to...

Genes that fight against HIV discovered

...tion about how certain people survive the diseases sans symptoms for many years while some develop it quickly. The researchers collected data from HIV-positive women who attended clinics in Durban, South Africa. Researchers found that the women who resisted the infection all had Human Leukocyte Antigen ...

Move Over Chicken - Rabbit Meat, All Set to Bridge the Gulf

...asis in the desert, for what was a dry gulf palate sans the chicken. Gulf countries are exploring the options of importing rabbit meat and this has led to several enquiries flooding the State Animal Husbandry Department. E G Premjain, Assistant Director (Trade and Investment Cell), Animal Husbandry Depa...

Pranab Mukherjee Urged Military Doctors To Remain On The Cutting Edge

...ingh spoke of the need for the spread of knowledge sans geographical boundaries, noting that military medical specialists had a "duty to mankind as a whole". "We have always been on the alert in coming to the aid of civil power during natural disasters and we have to constantly evolve new doctrines to ta...

Carp May Solve the Problem Related To Anoxia Related Diseases in Humans

... as it helps us to probe into their world which is sans oxygen. The researchers hope that this understanding of how some animals cope with a lack of oxygen might give clues to how to solve this problem in humans. Anoxia meaning lack of oxygen tops the lists of the major causes of death in the industrializ...

Red Cross Says Fund Boost and Awareness Are the Main Ingredients to Fight AIDS

...ess among the people and paving the way to a world sans the deadly disease....

Epidemic Of Cholera Continues To Sweep Over Angola

... reported as on April 25. France-based Medicines sans Frontiers (MSF) said on Thursday, that this cholera epidemic in Angola has become a national emergency. MSF head of mission in Angola, Richard Veerman told that there are over 20,000 cases and 941 deaths, reported but he cautioned that it hasn’t yet ...

East Asian Immigrants Bring Hepatitis to New York

... that hepatitis B virus can be present in the body sans symptoms and can be detected only if it causes life-threatening diseases like cancer or cirrhosis. The study results are to be published in the journal, Morbidity and Mortality. According to the New York State cancer registry liver cancer rates among...

Africa Set to Control Malaria Using Specialized Software

...ofit organisations ICVolunteers and Informaticiens sans Frontieres, researchers from the University of Bamako in Mali and the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie in Bamako and in Yaoundé, Cameroon, were able to join the project team based at CERN. Tom Smith, a professor at the Swiss Tropical Institu...

Breast Milk: The Mother of All Milk for Infants

...or the entire duration of absolute breast feeding, sans any formula food, the menstrual period is delayed, which helps in natural spacing of pregnancies. Not widely known is the fact that the very lactation process is a metabolic activity that uses up nearly 200 to 500 calories per day, akin to a heavy ...

ART Infuses Hope for Mothers and Infants Suffering HIV

...ear - the society strives to realize infant births sans HIV by the year 2007. A pioneering effort of its kind in the country, the group has lined up the Telugu Network of HIV Positive People (TNP+) and has launched a scheme, whereby pediatric dosages of Anti Retroviral Therapy (ART) would be enabled at ...

Scientists suggest a new ‘brain wave’ for sound sleep and improved memoy

...thod which can be practically implemented as it is sans sophistication and complex equipment and certainly offers much hope for treatment of behavioral disorders and memory loss related disorders linked to old age and sleeplessness .Researchers believe that it will be a massive breakthrough if by restori...

Missed Vaccination Caused Largest Measles Outbreak in U.S in 2005

...A 17 year old girl, who had travelled to// Romania sans vaccination contracted the viral infection when she returned to the U.S. The highly contagious infection characterised by typical rashes ,and fever was then unknowingly passed on to 33 other close contacts that had interacted with her upon her retur...

Federal Plan: Strategies to Cut Down Wait Times for Children’s Surger

...ct has been criticized as a half-hearted endeavor, sans the opinion of the provinces. The15-month pilot project is geared to collate accurate data regarding six crucial surgical areas. The areas delineated are cardiac and cancer care, neurology, sight, spinal deformity and dental treatment which needs a...

Black and White in ‘Shades of Grey

...tion. As we dream of a global village and a world sans cross- country borders, it would indeed be apt to ponder on the futility of humans alienating each other on the basis of color and ethnicity. Did the barriers arise in the minds of men before they were transformed into geographical divides, or was i...

Thailand Backs Off Threat to Break Drug Patents

... But Switzerland-based Ellen Hoen, from Medécins sans Frontières, cautioned that negotiation might not be the best way forward. “History has shown that the best way to bring prices down is by competition and generic production," Hoen told SciDev.Net. She cited a similar case in Brazil, which ended u...

Meningococcal Disease in Sudan

...for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Médecins sans Frontières (MSF) and MEDAIR. Source-Bio-Bio Technology SR...

Abbott Offers Aluvia to Thailand in Return for Compulsory Licensing Halt

... said Paul Cawthorne, head of mission for Médecins sans Frontières in Thailand, speaking during a phone briefing for journalists earlier today. The Thai government says that negotiations will continue. A version of lopinavir/ritonavir alleged to be heat-stable was recently launched by the Indian com...

Stem Cell Treatment Offers Hope for Paralysis Patients

...e the US. This can lead to stem cell treatments sans the controversial flip side of stem cells harvested from stillborn fetuses. Not long ago, Hollywood star Christopher Reeves, who had portrayed "Superman", had spent the last part of his prematurely snuffled out life bound to a wheelchair because h...

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