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Combating air pollution, training more lung doctors key to reducing global burden of asthma

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Written by Herman Opondo

To mark World Asthma Day, World Lung Foundation (WLF) urges today for more rapid and effective action to reduce air pollution and more investment in training lung health specialist doctors in low and middle income countries to help asthma sufferers better manage their condition.

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The Globalisation of Public Health: Ensuring Healthcare Access For All

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Written by Tadesse N.

Against a backdrop of some enormous global failures, global healthcare is not yet a human right for all. However, there is hope that we can tackle the issues of public health around the world by working together, systematically.

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TB Vaccine: Address Country level Research needs

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Written by Herman Opondo

There is need for countries with high TB levels to better address the R&D needs for TB vaccines, Glenda Gray, President of the South African Medical Research Council said at a recent Forum on in tuberculosis (TB) and TB vaccine development held in Shanghai, China.

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Nursing Is Part of the Solution to Africa’s Healthcare Challenges

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Written by Frank Khumalo

Nurses play a key role in the healthcare sector and their efforts are critical in countries attaining their MDGs. According to Professor Busi Bhengu, Chairperson of the South Africa Nursing Council and speaker at the Nursing Conference set to be held as part of the Africa Health Exhibition & Congress 2015 in Johannesburg from May 5, nurses have and always will be the solution to the health system’s problems.

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WHO plots elimination of Africa’s neglected tropical diseases

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Written by Obiang B.

The World Health Organization is stepping up efforts to accelerate the elimination of neglected tropical diseases (NTD) in the African Region. Health experts, donors, development partners and affected countries have reached a consensus on the main components of the framework for establishing a new NTD entity.

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