Legacy Of Hope Foundation Names Honorary Board In Support Of The Nelson Mandela Children’s...

The Legacy of Hope Foundation, whose mission is to support medical care and facilities for underserved children and communities around the world is focusing...

Conference calls for education to combat aflatoxins

Aflatoxins, toxic compounds produced by fungi that blight crops and endanger human health across Africa, could be brought under control with...

ECOWAS council to meet in Abidijan on allocation of statutory positions

The ECOWAS Council of Ministers will meet in Abidjan from 18th May 2012 on the allocation of nine statutory positions in the ECOWAS Commission...

South Africa’s key municipalities commit to Fast-Track their HIV and TB responses

Mayors and their representatives from all over South Africa gather to sign Paris Declaration. Mayors and their representatives from around South Africa are demonstrating their...

African Network for Drugs and Diagnostics Innovation Accredits 30 Potential Centres of Excellence and...

During a two-day meeting of the Scientific and Advisory Committee (STAC) hosted this week by the United Nations Economic Commission for...

Kenyan AIDS vaccine work boosts African research

The Kenya AIDS Vaccine Initiative (KAVI) centre, founded by local scientists, is a model for developing country research institutions capable of rigorously evaluating AIDS vaccine candidates,...

Bestnet Europe Ltd. Educates Children on Five Continents in Recognition of World Malaria Day

Bestnet Europe Ltd. announced the successful completion of their weeklong campaign to educate hundreds of children on five continents that sleeping under Netprotect® Long...

NGOs call for international regulation of synthetic biology

More than 100 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have called for greater international oversight of the emerging science of synthetic biology – including a moratorium on...

Death toll from wildfire smoke ‘higher than anticipated’

The first global estimates of deaths from non-domestic smoke exposure are surprisingly high, say researchers, who warn the casualties will increase as temperatures rise because of climate...

We need a global treaty on health research for the poor

It's time to move from debate to action with new mechanisms for funding research into diseases faced by developing countries. In the current financial and...

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