SA’s management of HIV can be attributed to a strong legislative and policy environment that has kept up to date with evidence-based developments.
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MSF has released their MSF Medical Guidelines app to help improve access to the latest medical guidelines and information for fieldworkers.
A maternal and infant care initiative has been launched in Kenya aimed at increasing access to pre-natal screenings for expectant mothers in a Nairobi slum.
The Western Cape Minister of Health has cautioned communities to be more attuned and sensitive to the mental wellbeing of young people.
CEO and Principal Officer of Profmed, Graham Anderson, talks about the importance of understanding mental illness and how it can be properly treated.
The Self-Medication Manufacturers Association of South Africa explains the dangers of counterfeit medication and what consumers can do to identify them.
As our country commemorates Women’s Day, SAMA has highlighted the progress made with introducing girls into the field of medicine.
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.
A Zimbabwean MSF Nurse and Researcher has been awarded an HIV/TB Research Prize for her research on the life-saving tuberculosis (TB) test kit.
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.
During the 29th African Union Summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia African heads of state endorsed two major new initiatives to help end AIDS by 2030.