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Hiv/aids

Fake HIV testing kits on the market

The drug authority revealed that Uni-gold kits which are among the brands which were allowed to test HIV in Uganda have been blacklisted by the World Health...

COVID-19: HIV services guided by presidential...

I want to call upon leaders in the HIV response to look within the existing guidelines for solutions to the challenges being faced

COVID-19: HIV/AIDS, TB patients to get drugs...

The lockdown had created panic among people living with HIV/AIDS and TB who had appointments to collect their life-sustaining drugs.

Are HIV+ people highly likely to get Coronavirus?...

Of course, PLHIV who have a CD4 count less than 200 cells per microlitre, also known as having advanced HIV disease, would be at higher risk of acquiring...

The time is now to end Tuberculosis

Similarly, fatal, this bacterium is responsible for the loss of over 4,000 lives each day according to the World Health Organization and close to 30,000...

London man is second patient to be cured...

Ravindra Gupta, lead author of the study published in The Lancet HIV, said the new test results likely demonstrated the patient was cured.

Stop stigmatizing people with HIV - UAC boss...

The executive director of UGANET, Dora Kiconco also said, "unless we combat stigma and discrimination we shall not end HIV/AIDS."

Pass the School health policy-NGO

The SHP includes information on issues such as HIV/Aids, sanitation and hygiene, safety and medication and offers information about where to seek help....

China, coronavirus, global economy and East...

Hear conspiracy notions flying around: Who [might have] made Coronavirus, and why? Why did it break out where and when it did? These posers are good fodder...

HIV: Christians urged to preach hope

In his sermon, Byamugisha, told the congregation to be faithful to their partners, know their HIV status and always take proper medication as prescribed...

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