Zim remains on course in HIV eradication
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Zim remains on course in HIV eradication

Fatima Bulla AS the 18th International Conference on Aids and STIs in Africa take off…

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Getting to grips with Charlie Sheen’s viral load
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Getting to grips with Charlie Sheen’s viral load

On the Today show on Tuesday morning to talk about being HIV-positive, Charlie Sheen said…

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One Stop Shop: Preventing  mother-to-child  transmission
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One Stop Shop: Preventing mother-to-child transmission

Without any intervention, the chances that a baby born to an HIV-positive mother will be…

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Zim men shy from circumcision
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Zim men shy from circumcision

Shamiso Yikoniko Zimbabwe continues to lag behind annual targets for voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC).…

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HIV cured ‘Berlin patient’ features at Icasa
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HIV cured ‘Berlin patient’ features at Icasa

From November 29 to December 4, 2015; Zimbabwe hosts the 18th edition of the International…

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Sierra Leone Ebola free
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Sierra Leone Ebola free

Liberia was declared free of Ebola on Sept 3, while a handful of cases remain…

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Zero infections is not  a pipe-dream
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Zero infections is not a pipe-dream

Dr Sebastian Ndlovu The UN reports that in the past 15 years, the number of…

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More to circumcision than HIV prevention
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More to circumcision than HIV prevention

Sharon Kavhu “For the past four years I used to have a problem of producing…

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Bacon, sausages as bad as smoking
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Bacon, sausages as bad as smoking

Shamiso Yikoniko Bacon, sausages, biltong and ham cause cancer in pretty much the same way…

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Battling to keep Harare Hospital alive
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Battling to keep Harare Hospital alive

Shamiso Yikoniko Harare Central Hospital, one of Zimbabwe’s biggest referral health institutions, is in dire…

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HIV secret leads to thousands of deaths
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HIV secret leads to thousands of deaths

Thousands of children living with HIV in the zero-14 years age group have died in…

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UZ in bid to raise cancer awareness
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UZ in bid to raise cancer awareness

Extra Reporter In a bid to raise awareness for cancer, University of Zimbabwe (UZ) and…

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‘ART model should go national’
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‘ART model should go national’

Sharon Kavhu Zimbabwe has made strides in anti-retroviral treatment (ART) service provision and, among other…

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Students speak on condom distribution
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Students speak on condom distribution

As the rate of teen pregnancies is rising in the country, several ways to avoid…

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Brave Tambu’s battle with cancer
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Brave Tambu’s battle with cancer

When the couple welcomed their daughter Pearl into the world in 2010, there was no…

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