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July 2015

From Lagos to Duke University: Performing Health Systems Attract Quality Research

How Nigeria tackled Ebola is being perceived in some quarters as mere luck than true performance. What might have however become clear to some researchers and governments that have visited to understudy what happened between July and October 2014 in… Continue Reading →

Possible Sexual Transmission of Ebola & Sexual Behaviour Among Most Affected Age Group in West Africa

As Possible Sexual Transmission of Ebola surfaces, we share sexual behaviour of West Africa’s most affected age group. On May 8, 2015, the CDC published a report detailing an investigation of case whose only epidemiological link to Ebola: unprotected vaginal… Continue Reading →

Ebola: Let’s embrace this challenge!

About 3 weeks ago, Doctors Without Borders/ Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)​ was quoted by Reuters in a report sharing how disappointed the organisation has been at the global attitude and style towards this Ebola outbreak. “We’ve been disappointed by the World… Continue Reading →

EBOLA: LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT ALERTS PUBLIC, CALLS FOR PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES

In the wake of reported cases of the resurgence of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) in some neigbouring West African countries like Liberia and Sierra Leone, Lagos State Government has again reiterated the need for members of the general public to… Continue Reading →

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