Tanzania: It is claimed a cure for AIDS has been found in Loliondo

It is no longer news in Tanzania that there is a spiritual healer retired pastor Ambilikile Mwasapile (76), in the Samunge village, Sale Ward in Ngorongoro district. Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Tip on Hyves Share on Linkedin Share on technorati Tweet about it Print for later Bookmark in Browser Tell a [...]

Is the elimination of Guinea Worm Disease on its way?

In April of 2010 health officials stated that Guinea worm disease was on target for elimination (CNN). Officials stated that they believed that they can eradicate Guinea worm disease, a water-born parasitic disease, entirely by 2015 by changing water-sanitation habits and ensuring access to clean water in sub-Saharan Africa, where the disease has yet to [...]

Do as I say, not as I do: Mugabe prefers overseas medical treatment

While for many ordinary Zimbabweans getting Panadol (a pain relief medication), is a luxury they cannot afford, Robert Mugabe (Zimbabwe’s ruler for the past 30 years) just in one year managed to fly to Singapore four times for medical check ups. Mugabe’s fourth and recent visit was last Thursday, a visit Mr. Charamba, his spokesperson, [...]

Clinical trial of a cholera vaccine In Dhaka, Bangladesh raises some questions

A cholera hospital in Bangladesh. Image by Flickr user Mark Knobil. A recent international news on Bangladesh was presented in a very positive light – the world’s largest clinical trial of a cheap oral cholera vaccine will be conducted in Dhaka, which can save tens of thousands of lives every year. The reports do not [...]

A revolution for eyes sight and cataract patients

The Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology (TIO) has been proven to be a boon for the people of Nepal and South Asia. Everyday hundreds of people flock to this pristine institution to treat different malfunctioning and diseases related to eyes. On averagely more than 50 cataract patients are operated and are given new hope of vision [...]

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