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  • Australian Man Who Worked To Free Kidnapped Nigerian Schoolgirls Tells How They Were Snatc...
      . Perth man Stephen Davis, came close to rescuing at least 60 of the 270 schoolgirls after months of negotiating with terror group Boko Haram . The group wants to impose Sharia law across Nigeria  . The rescue plan was sabotaged b[...]
    Date Posted: 30/Aug/2014
  • #Ebola: Nurses organise seminar in Kano
      Worried by the outbreak of the Ebola Virus Disease in Nigeria and the death of a medical doctor in Port Hacourt, the National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNW), Kano State chapter yesterday organised a one day seminar on t[...]
    Date Posted: 30/Aug/2014
  • Ebola Drug '100% Effective' In Monkey Trials
      . Scientists say ZMapp "offers the best option" for treating the virus, which is raging in five West African nations.   The experimental Ebola drug ZMapp cured all 18 of the lab monkeys infected with the virus, including[...]
    Date Posted: 30/Aug/2014
  • Kaduna Nurses MCPDP Chapter
      Department of Nursing Services, Ahmadu Bello Univesity Teaching Hospital in Collaboration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria Announces Her Mandatory continuing Professional Development program for Nurses Volume 2, scheduled[...]
    Date Posted: 30/Aug/2014
  • Nigerians Threaten to Burn Ebola Isolation Units
      As fears of Ebola spread across West Africa, some Nigerians are rejecting the idea of building Ebola isolation units in their neighborhoods. In parts of Nigeria prone to communal violence, locals took to the streets this week, saying they[...]
    Date Posted: 30/Aug/2014
  • Ebola Virus Is 'Mutating Rapidly', Experts Warn
      . Researchers from Massachusetts claim the Ebola virus is 'mutating rapidly'  . The findings show it is becoming more difficult to diagnose and treat . Future vaccines could also be less effective as these mutations contin[...]
    Date Posted: 30/Aug/2014
  • Outbreak in Sierra Leone Is Tied to Single Funeral Where 14 Women Were Infected
      Sierra Leone’s explosion of Ebola cases in early summer appears to stem from one traditional healer’s funeral at which 14 women were infected, according to scientists studying the blood of victims. The funeral, which to[...]
    Date Posted: 30/Aug/2014
  • Among a Single Study’s Authors, Five Ebola Casualties
      Five authors of a recent scientific paper on the spread of Ebola have themselves died of the infection. All were on staff at a hospital in Sierra Leone.   Mbalu Fonnie   The nursing supervisor in the Lassa fever ward at K[...]
    Date Posted: 30/Aug/2014
 
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