Following a recent visit to Borno state, WHO malaria experts completed a modelling exercise to estimate malaria cases as well as how many deaths could be prevented if a basic set of initiatives were undertaken. The report concluded that with the right joint actions, up to 10 000 deaths could be prevented in Borno state alone.
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If you look around our society today, there is one obvious
LET US LOOK AT THE GUIDELINE AGAIN
My attention was drawn to the specific details of the interview of Dr. Osahon Enabulele President, Nigerian Medical Association published in your sister publication, Saturday PUNCH, November 9, 2013.
In the reckoning of Enabulele, hospitals run by doctors do better than those run by other health professionals. It appears he did not know the
We all know that the foundation of the medical field lies in physics, chemistry, mathematics, biology and of course chemistry. However, as we graduated from secondary school , and gained admission into higher institution, focused training along
Anybody with a nodding acquaintance of football will understand
Last week we published part of the findings of the presidential committee on the harmonization of the health sector,if you missed that, click
today we will look at the;
One protester once said on national T.V that what we have today is a ministry of doctors not the ministry of health, thus the need to