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Cost of stroke in Zambia
LUSAKA – Stanley Zimba was tired. The proximate cause was his just-completed rotation as an internal medicine physician at University Teaching Hospital, the biggest and busiest hospital in Zambia’s sprawling capital of Lusaka. As the hospitals of last resort in a nation of 17 mil...
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One-Night Stand Risky – Activist
AN HIV activist has warned people against exposing themselves to vices that will put them at risk of contracting HIV during the festive season. Henry Sakala says during this time, two out of 10 people have unprotected sex with more than two people, making them vulnerable to contr...
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Media urged to shine in HIV fight, promote access to contraceptives
MONICA KAYOMBO, Lusaka JOURNALISTS have been called upon to highlight issues surrounding HIV prevention and access to contraceptives in the wake of research results indicating that women are still at high risk of getting the virus. Recently released Evidence for Contraceptive Opt...
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Prophet Mesala Touching Lives, Heals HIV Positive Person
Prophet Shepherd MesalaAccording to the man who is giving a testimony on social media ,on how Prophet Mesala healed him from the deadly HIV, the man is from Sinazongwe, he was tested positive but he believed in God that he is a healer the man was not on drugs but he rus...
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HIV-Positive Pastor Faces Stigma
A KITWE pastor who has been living with HV for 20 years has been stigmatised and this has made it difficult for him to work effectively. Pastor Forward Katikula, of Kings Glory Church, who is also district coordinator for Network of Zambian People Living with AIDS, said he faces...
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Youth gives moving HIV story
CHOMBA MUSIKA, Lusaka A LUSAKA youth, who has been living healthily with HIV for over a decade, is disheartened that some people with his condition are being judged and discriminated against instead of being shown love. Paul Banda, a musician and HIV/AIDS activist, said it is sad...
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