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Using Untested Drugs On Africans


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    The worst known outbreak of the meningitis epidemic inSub-Saharan Africa occurred in Northern Nigeria in 1996. Cases were in excess of 100,000, disproportionately affecting children, and left over 12,000 peopledead. In the wake of this unprecedented epidemic, Pfizer,… Continue Reading →

My Ebola Story


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June 5, 2014. It was in the middle of a busy day when Theophilus walked into our office. He had a story to share. It was a story of hope, faith and survival. In the end, he agreed to share… Continue Reading →

Dealing with post Ebola complacency


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    ‘It came, we saw and we conquered.’ This is how the average Nigerian sees Ebola – a once menacing threat that has departed from their world,never to return; leaving in its wake martyrs, memorable jokes and lots of… Continue Reading →

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