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Health workers challenged on detecting TB among children

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | About 15% of children who should be receiving Tuberculosis (TB) treatment as a form of prevention or prophylaxis are not getting this treatment, according to Makerere University John Hopkins University Research Collaboration (MU-JHU). Speaking to journalists on Friday, Dr. Eric Wobudeya, a researcher and specialist …

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Popular birth control shot does not increase HIV risk – Study

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Healthcare managers have been urged to invest more in woman-centred programs that offer a full range of contraceptive choices concurrently with HIV prevention strategies. The call was made by Dr Brenda Mirembe Gatti, an HIV Researcher based at the Makerere University John Hopkins University …

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HIV and young girls

New study starts on choice in prevention methods Kampala, Uganda | FLAVIA NASSAKA | Something unusual is happening at the Makerere University – John Hopkins University (MUJHU) research collaboration facility at Mulago hill in Kampala. The walls of the aging building have been freshly painted white with carefully coated patches …

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Ugandan lab recognized for best practice in lab medicine

Makerere University Johns Hopkins University Core Laboratory (MUJHU) at the Infectious Diseases Institute has been recognized as the best in Africa as far as best practice in laboratory medicine is concerned. The awarding body – African Society of Laboratory Medicine (ASLM), a body whose objective is to promote laboratory services …

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