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Exploring the important lessons about global cooperation in public health

 22 Jul 2021

High levels of bureaucratic corruption prevail in Rwanda, Uganda and Tanzania. Shutterstock/Pro-Stock studio
Social norms and poor services drive petty corruption in East Africa's health sector

 7 Dec 2020

Professor Christian Happi, director of the African Centre of Excellence for Genomics of Infectious Diseases, displays one of the most advanced automated acid extractors being used in the laboratory. Pius Utomi Ekpei/AFP via Getty Images
Nigeria needs innovation and science investment to help control Covid-19

 28 Oct 2020

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Africa's genetic material is still being misused

 9 Jan 2020

Admire Dube, associate professor of pharmacy, University of the Western Cape
Using nanomedicine to fight TB

 6 Dec 2019

Cladogelonium madagascariense, more commonly known as tsontso in Madagascar. Tianarilalaina Tantely, Andriamampianina
The anti-inflammatory properties of Madagascar's Tsontso plant

 21 Nov 2019

Mobile instant messaging platforms are used by many health professionals to share information and professional experiences. Shutterstock
How WhatsApp groups support Nigeria's nurse graduates

 14 Nov 2019

A health worker spreading disinfectant at a health checkpoint in Goma, DRC. Patricia Martinez/EPA-EFE
Ebola survivors can pass on the virus: we're trying to understand what role sex plays

 27 Sep 2019

The drug is set to improve HIV treatment. shutterstock
ARV breakthrough: trial in South Africa confirms effectiveness of new drug

 6 Aug 2019

To protect us all, babies travelling overseas may need the measles shot at 6 months instead of 12
To protect us all, babies travelling overseas may need the measles shot at 6 months instead of 12

 28 Jun 2019

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