Merck is empowering infertile women in Africa by improving access to information, health, change of mind-set and economic empowerment.
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World Hearing Day aims to draw attention to hearing loss, its economic impact and the cost-effectiveness of interventions to address it.
WHO has developed a data portal that can be used to track the progress towards universal health coverage (UHC) around the world.
Coordinator and Director at HIFA, Dr Neil Pakenham-Walsh, talks about his organisation’s vision of enabling universal access to healthcare information.
SAMA has expressed its disappointment and concern over remarks by Health Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi regarding the uptake of posts by doctors.
CEO of Pharma Dynamics, Erik Roos, explains that as generic penetration intensifies, more growth in the sector can be expected in the coming year.
Executive at Cipla SA, Dr Jaco van Zyl, discusses how private healthcare affordability is set to remain a big challenge in the future.
ICDRA has kicked off today in Cape Town to address the hurdles that are preventing access to quality medical products, especially in developing countries.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has developed an eHealth solution to reduce the high labour-related child and maternal death rate in sub-Saharan Africa.
The Board of Healthcare Funders (BHF) and its member medical schemes have backed the introduction of the new anti-retroviral (ARV) treatment guidelines.
Lead-inventor and Co-founder of hearScreen, Professor De Wet Swanepoel, talks about how his mHealth solution is addressing a global hearing loss crisis.