Cuba to send doctors to Ebola areas

Cuba to send doctors to Ebola areas

🕔17:21, 12.Sep 2014

Cuba is sending 165 health workers to help tackle the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, officials say. Doctors, nurses and infection control specialists will travel to Sierra Leone in October and stay for six months. The announcement comes as the

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The Gates Foundation commits $50m to help tackle EBOLA

The Gates Foundation commits $50m to help tackle EBOLA

🕔21:58, 10.Sep 2014

More money has been announced to help the emergency response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. The Gates Foundation is committing $50m to help step up efforts to tackle the deadly virus in the affected countries. This comes on

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Meet The 8 Year Old Girl, Alani Santos, Who ‘Cures Cancer, HIV With a Touch

Meet The 8 Year Old Girl, Alani Santos, Who ‘Cures Cancer, HIV With a Touch

🕔15:59, 20.Aug 2014

8-year-old Alani Santos could be called a wonder as she keeps amazing people with the level of her faith in God, considering the fact that her father was a car thief who recently became born again. Santos claims to be

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Aliko Dangote Donates N150million to Fight Ebola in Nigeria

Aliko Dangote Donates N150million to Fight Ebola in Nigeria

🕔22:53, 14.Aug 2014

Africa’s richest man Aliko Dangote has donated N150million to help in the fight of the spread of the Ebola virus in Nigeria. The Chief Executive Officer of the Dangote Foundation, Mrs Adhiambo Odaga announced this at a media briefing at

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Justina Obi Ejelonu, The Nurse That Attended To Sawyer Is Dead

Justina Obi Ejelonu, The Nurse That Attended To Sawyer Is Dead

🕔22:46, 14.Aug 2014

Another nurse, 25 ear old Justina Obi Ejelonu, (pictured above) who attended to late Liberian Patrick Sawyer while he was ill at the First Consultant hospital in Lagos, has died. Her relatives announced her demise this morning. Ms. Ejelonu had been

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EBOLA – Air travel is low risk, says WHO

EBOLA – Air travel is low risk, says WHO

🕔22:23, 14.Aug 2014

The risk of transmission of Ebola during air travel remains low, says the World Health Organization (WHO). Unlike infections such as influenza, Ebola was not airborne, it said. As a consequence, Kenya Airways has rejected pressure to suspend its flights

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SEE The Women Who Was Cured Of The Deadly Ebola Disease

SEE The Women Who Was Cured Of The Deadly Ebola Disease

🕔11:20, 11.Aug 2014

UNICEF is doing a good job in the fight against Ebola in Africa. One of its consultant, Jo Dunlop, travelled to one of the worst affected areas of Sierra Leone – Kenema – and according to Jo, when you arrive

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FG not serious about fighting Ebola –Doctors, nurses

FG not serious about fighting Ebola –Doctors, nurses

🕔11:09, 11.Aug 2014

The Lagos State chapter of the Nigerian Medical Association and the National Association of Nigerian Nurses and Midwives have accused the Federal Government of not being proactive enough in the fight against the Ebola Virus Disease. The doctors and nurses

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Bitter Kola Is Not A Cure For Ebola Virus – Health Minister Warns Nigerians

Bitter Kola Is Not A Cure For Ebola Virus – Health Minister Warns Nigerians

🕔08:13, 8.Aug 2014

The Minister for Health, Prof. Onyebuchi Chukwu, has said there is no scientific evidence of Garcinia kola, popularly known as bitter kola curing or preventing Ebola virus disease. The research work that people are laying claims, to according to the

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EBOLA OUTBREAK – US rejects Nigeria’s request for trial drug

🕔07:42, 8.Aug 2014

The United States of America, yesterday, dashed the hope of an early cure for Ebola Virus victims in Nigeria when it refused to share the trial drug with Nigeria. US President Barak Obama says it would be premature to share

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