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Health Strike: Doctors Promise "Uninterrupted Services"

On 22/Aug/2013

  Nigerian Medical Association has directed its doctors nationwide to remain "at their duty posts and work relentlessly to render uninterrupted services" as support staff begin a planned strike Wednesd[...]

Pharmacists Council of Nigeria Proposed 2013 CPD Calendar for Module X Seminar

On 21/Aug/2013

All payments in respect of Registration for Mandatory Continuing Professional Development (MCPD) Programme should be paid to PCN-MCPD dedicated account detailed as follows: Account Name: Pharmacists Council of N[...]

Abuse of Drugs Capable of Killing Faster

On 21/Aug/2013

Experts say that indiscriminate use of drugs, especially antibiotics can cause complications and drug resistance in future.   They agree that antibiotics can be lifesavers, but misuse may increase the number o[...]

Doctors Rebuilt Our Baby

On 21/Aug/2013

. Boy is given man-made intestine after rare complication stops it growing inside the womb . George Dibbs was born with an entire part of his digestive tract missing . Condition occurs when there is a build up of a[...]

Igbobi Workers Appeal Against Dismissal

On 21/Aug/2013

Sixteen dismissed members of staff of the National Orthopaedic Hospital, Igbobi, Lagos have appealed to the management of the hospital to reconsider their dismissal from work.   The sacking of the workers took[...]

Malaria Vaccine: Another Breakthrough From Abroad

On 21/Aug/2013

The development of another malaria vaccine by US scientists calls to question efforts being made by Nigerian stakeholders, writes BUKOLA ADEBAYO   A group of scientists from the Vaccine Research Centre at the[...]

Experts Storm Enugu For African Health

On 21/Aug/2013

  Issues bothering on early marriage, health-related challenges, abortion among others would be the central focus in Enugu next week Thursday as health experts including stakeholders in the health sector from ac[...]

Covidien Recalls Some Prefill Flush Syringes

On 21/Aug/2013

  Medical device maker Covidien Plc said it was recalling 14 lots of its Monoject prefill flush syringes sold in the United States and Bermuda as they contained non-sterilized water which could cause life-threat[...]

Three Prestigious Research Fellowship

On 20/Aug/2013

MRC (The Gambia Unit), MRC (Medical Research Unit) And London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine   Three Prestigious Research Fellowship   The Medical Research Council and the London School of[...]

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