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A Cure For HIV/AIDS Found In Ghana?……….

……Meanwhile….Australian scientists are working on a possible cure for the  deadly disease. In what could turn out to be the biggest medical breakthrough in the 21st century, a 46-year-old Ghanaian, Mr Samuel Ato Duncan, has developed a drug he says has the potential to treat HIV/AIDS and other blood related diseases. HIV/AIDS has ravaged mankind for decades, killing 30 million ...

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KATH receives retina imagining equipment

Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) has taken delivery of a £35,000.00 Retina Imaging Equipment to enhance the quality of eye-care services. This was a donation from Ashanti Development, a United Kingdom (UK)-based charity. It is the second time the charity has made a donation to the hospital, a major referral facility. It had earlier presented to it 100 boxes of ...

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NHIA to establish Health Insurance Learning Centre

Ghana will soon become home to a health insurance knowledge centre which will provide expertise and training on health insurance to many countries and institutions across the world. The idea to set-up the institution was put forward by the NHIA with support from its development partners. The essence of the centre will be to make use of the rich knowledge ...

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Tamale Teaching Hospital to establish center of excellence for maternal and child care

HFC Bank is to support the Tamale Teaching Hospital (TTH) to establish a center of excellence for maternal and child care. The center will help reduce maternal and under-five deaths as well as promote teaching and learning. Mr Asare Akuffo, Managing Director of HFC, disclosed this when he presented about 8,304 yards of assorted staff uniform to the management of ...

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Ghana to celebrate World AIDS Day on January 16

Mr Ethel Codjoe Amissah, Public Relations Officer for the Greater Accra Regional Co-Ordinating Council said Wednesday, January 16, is World AIDS Day. In a statement issued to the Ghana News Agency (GNA) on Monday, Mr Amissah said the day was an opportunity for people living or not living with the disease worldwide to unite to show solidarity in the face ...

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