The WHO has warned that the rising levels of resistance to HIV drugs could undermine promising progress against the global fight against the HIV epidemic.
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The use of biologics and biosimilars can make a huge difference to South Africans living with non-communicable diseases (NCDs).
According to scientists, a South African child born with HIV and given a short course of treatment appears to have been cured of the AIDS virus.
TB Program Lead South Africa at The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Dr Zameer Brey, talks about doing more with existing resources to drive efficiency.
Right to Care and the FPD Group are bringing their healthcare technology under one umbrella for the advancement of health outcomes in developing countries.
Advanced Biological Laboratories (ABL) S.A. and Right to Care have entered into a license agreement for the distribution of ABL products.
Local celebrities have joined hands with CMT in an effort to boost voluntary medical male circumcision during National Men’s Health Month this June.
Convincing governments to invest in preventative care rather than treating non-communicable diseases could result in significant savings.
Non-profit organisation HIVSA has rolled out eight of the planned 40 innovative internet-connected youth hubs, called Choma Dreams Cafés.
The Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training (DHET), Mduduzi Manana, has launched the 2017 First Things First (FTF) campaign in Gauteng.
Mobenzi has started working with Epicentre on several DREAMS projects with the aim of reducing HIV incidence in adolescent girls and young women (AGYW).