Suspected Ebola death in  Sierra Leone
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Suspected Ebola death in Sierra Leone

Health officials have reported a suspected Ebola death in Sierra Leone just hours after west…

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Eight units of blood saved my life
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Eight units of blood saved my life

Edith Penduka – Blood Recipient Testimonial When l received a call from my dear friend,…

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Harare Hospital sets tight measures for credit patients
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Harare Hospital sets tight measures for credit patients

HARARE Central Hospital has resolved not to extend credit treatment to patients admitted at the…

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Widely-misunderstood thrush explained
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Widely-misunderstood thrush explained

At least eight out of every ten Zimbabwean women occasionally experience bouts of a common…

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Health sector under funded
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Health sector under funded

The country’s health sector has remained one of the hallmarks of success in the post-independence…

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NBSZ : Mobile application & festive season campaign
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NBSZ : Mobile application & festive season campaign

Ephraim Mubayi NBSZ Communications Officer National Blood Service Zimbabwe (NBSZ) in partnership with Joina City…

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The beauty of male circumcision…HIV positive men can  be circumcised too
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The beauty of male circumcision…HIV positive men can be circumcised too

Shamiso Yikoniko FOR 30-year-old Doubt Guzha (not his real name), voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC)…

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HIV stigmatisation still rampant…Early disclosure encouraged
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HIV stigmatisation still rampant…Early disclosure encouraged

Stories by Shamiso Yikoniko Despite the strides in the fight against HIV, stigmatisation is still…

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ICASA: From the horse’s mouth
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ICASA: From the horse’s mouth

ZIMBABWE has been hailed for successfully hosting the International Conference on AIDS and STIs in…

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ICASA shrugs off Berlin  Patient, Eto’o absence
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ICASA shrugs off Berlin Patient, Eto’o absence

The failure by the “Berlin Patient” and Samuel Eto’o, one of Africa’s top footballers, to…

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New ARV guidelines coming
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New ARV guidelines coming

Sunday Mail Reporter GOVERNMENT will work on adopting new World Health Organisation recommendations on testing…

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HIV policy remains deaf to sign language
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HIV policy remains deaf to sign language

Alois Vinga It is a late Monday afternoon, the hearing-impaired peer educators training workshop is…

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A small step for St Albert’s . .
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A small step for St Albert’s . .

How a study at a rural hospital changed the course of HIV in Zimbabwe Sharon…

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How I was cured of HIV
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How I was cured of HIV

Timothy Ray Brown I have learnt that medical science is capable of wonders. Some may…

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HIV: What you need to know
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HIV: What you need to know

Charlie Sheen, human, announced on Tuesday that he did a very human thing — he…

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