I hate the little red bicycle. It is the first thing I see when I get home and the last when leaving.
Despite seemingly insuperable odds, the HIV community has come a long way in 30+ years, even when a decade ago it seemed this disease would extensively wallop mankind.
He could not tell them about his lung scar, he was afraid to lose this opportunity, again. Upon pre-departure medical check-up he got stamped ‘unfit’ in 2011.
Worlds Tuberculosis Day 24-03-11 Today is World Tuberculosis Day! TB, is one of the major public health challenges undermining development in the poorest countries in the world.
An international activist on TB from Kenya, Lucy Chesire talks about her work and what it’s going to take from citizens and governments to combat TB in Kenya and around the world.
By Kingsley Obom-Egbulem
As the economic financial crisis begins to settle in the so called developed world, promises on financing health begin to be abandoned.