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Medicines for Africa
We improve access to quality treatment at a price affordable to African health systems and patients.
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Dalai Lama Oct 23
Wherever you live, try to create a happy community. I pray that every human being, indeed every sentient being, should be happy. So, if you come across individuals facing problems, help them. Share their problems and try to bring them peace of mind.
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Medicines for Africa Oct 23
Dr Anthony Fauci et al. co-authored a paper with highlighted that "the results of two vaccine concepts based on recombinant adenovirus serotype-5 (rAd5) pointed to a potential major problem—that such vaccines might increase susceptibility to HIV infection.
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Medicines for Africa Oct 20
'unlikely to eradicate and the disease is likely to become endemic to like seasonal ', Sir Patrick Vallance tells MPs
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Medicines for Africa Oct 20
Medicine Special Issue: Early detection - Speaking of
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Medicines for Africa Oct 20
The World has lost a giant on the passing of scientist Dr. Dolores Shockley, who was the first Black woman to get a Ph.D. in pharmacology in the U.S.She was 90 @LeniasHhwenda via
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Medicines for Africa Oct 20
Tune into in conversation with @ChisBishopZA at on how to bring down the cost of medicine in Africa.
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Medicines for Africa Sep 29
WHO publishes pricing policy guideline to improve affordable access to medicines
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Medicines for Africa Sep 29
“Survivors of COVID-19 from 37 countries are among almost 1,000 people who have signed an open letter to...”
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Medicines for Africa Sep 4
Did you know? 70% of 's active pharmaceutical ingredient()—a.k.a bulk drugs, the active ingredients in come from China. India imports APIs from; US (4% Italy 3% Singapore 2% Hong Kong 2%
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Medicines for Africa Sep 4
Well done for eradicating wild . This means 90% of the global population is now wild polio virus free
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Medicines for Africa Jul 16
Oxford’s Covid-19 vaccine, developed by Sarah Gilbert, former boss of is in human trials. It is great to see that AstraZeneca has been creating licensing agreements to ensure large scale production- 2 billion doses to start with. via
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Medicines for Africa Jul 16
Debt cancellation or reduction would allow countries to free resources towards providing care for citizens
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Medicines for Africa Jul 16
Infection and prevention and control at household level: Reduce sharing meals with each other, the patient should take meals separately, medical masks should be worn if available or improvise a home made mask, but children should not wear masks.
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Medicines for Africa Jul 16
How to set up a room for patients in a household providing home based care for Covid-19 patients.Limit visitors. Selection care giver who should not leave the home.
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Medicines for Africa Jul 16
How do we comply with the need for isolation in an African setting given the infrastructure limitations
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Medicines for Africa Jul 16
Most common Covid-19 Symptoms to look out for in home based care
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Medicines for Africa Jul 16
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Medicines for Africa Jul 15
Congratulations Mr President . You are doing amazing work building for posterity. You make us proud.
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Medicines for Africa Jul 15
Africa Can’t Afford COVID-19 Tradeoffs by Abdourahmane Diallo, et al
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World Health Organization (WHO) Jul 9
Replying to @MaEllenSirleaf
Look forward to doing all we can to respond to the challenges that have prevented us from being united to address effects of and ensure better health systems around the world-
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