A recent study has found that a web-based HIV self-testing (HIVST) delivery service is effective in high-disease burdened areas.
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The disparity of cardiology treatment across the country threatens to undo the gains made since Prof Barnard’s first surgery in 1967.
An oral swab analysis can diagnose pulmonary TB in adults, giving hope that it could successfully diagnose TB in children as well.
Global diabetes experts will be embarking on Cape Town next month to attend the Tackling the Challenges of Diabetes & Obesity (Africa) Conference.
Professor Musa Mhlanga from UCT has been awarded a grant for research that will contribute to a global initiative to map all cells in a human body.
The Postgraduate Diploma in TB-HIV Management provides healthcare practitioners at primary healthcare facilities with a comprehensive knowledge of TB/HIV.
The Principal Officer of Bonitas explains why it’s imperative for measures to be put in place that will allow medical schemes to work in tandem with NHI.
Innovation in cancer treatment and technology is one of the key drivers towards personalised medicine and care.
A specially developed training resource called BBCC will educate medical students on how to appropriately advise patients about lifestyle modification.
BGM Pharma has entered into a partnership with the NECSA and UCT to bring about a breakthrough in cancer diagnosis and treatment innovation to market.
An independent ad hoc tribunal will process appeals relating to the Health Ombudsman’s damning report into the deaths of over 100 mental health patients.