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TREPONEMA PALLIDIUM; the Great Imitator

TREPONEMA PALLIDIUM; the Great Imitator

By Asmau Ahmad Staff writer and a microbiologist (asmeee@yahoo.com) Treponema pallidum a spirochete bacterium which looks like a spiral worm is nicknamed “the Great Imitator” because the clinical manifestations of late-stage are changeable and many of which look like symptoms ...

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The importance of partnerships in humanitarian response

The importance of partnerships in humanitarian response

By Momodu L. Kargbo Crises of all sorts, from conflicts to natural disasters to health emergencies, are happening at unprecedented rates around the world – so much so, that the United Nations is convening the first ever World Humanitarian Summit ...

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Global Fund Scandals; Note to Prof Adewole & CCM

Global Fund Scandals; Note to Prof Adewole & CCM

Even though I wasn’t physically at the Global Fund 35th Board Meeting that was held in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire from 26 to 27 April 2016, I was following its happenings as events were unfolding. Although the financial scandals as contained ...

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Engaging World Bank VP for Africa on Health Matters

Engaging World Bank VP for Africa on Health Matters

I was having an informal chat with 2 Africans at the venue of the reception organized for civil society organizations (CSOs) inside the World Bank Headquarters in Washington DC when I told them I would be attending the evening meeting ...

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National Assembly; return our 2016 Health Budget

National Assembly; return our 2016 Health Budget

I reached out for a brief chat with the Nigeria’s Health Minister Professor Issac Adewole and the Executive Director of National Primary Health Care Development Agency Dr Ado J Muhammad on matters related to the 2016 Health Budget. It was ...

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