New data indicates that sub-Saharan Africa will see a 156% increase in diabetes prevalence over the next 30 years – the largest projected increase globally.
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Global diabetes experts will be embarking on Cape Town next month to attend the Tackling the Challenges of Diabetes & Obesity (Africa) Conference.
John Snow, Inc. recently launched two digital competitive knowledge games to complement on-going capacity-building programmes in Kenya.
Dr Thomas Kowallik from Novartis explains why Women’s Month is an ideal time for South African women to take note of their right to good health.
The use of biologics and biosimilars can make a huge difference to South Africans living with non-communicable diseases (NCDs).
Innovation in cancer treatment and technology is one of the key drivers towards personalised medicine and care.
Convincing governments to invest in preventative care rather than treating non-communicable diseases could result in significant savings.
The recent patent expiry on many biological medicines will pave the way for more affordable, life-saving biosimilars to be produced.
South Africa’s leading experts share the latest findings around exercise and how the behaviour is set to dramatically change the face of healthcare.
The AESA in partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has launched the Grand Challenges Africa programme.
KardioFit promises to revolutionise the way people with hypertension monitor and manage their condition by connecting them with healthcare professionals.