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  1. Samguine

    Metro Tuberculosis: Early diagnosis, treatment key – The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper – Nigeria and...

    Tuberculosis diagram As the World Tuberculosis (TB) Day is marked this Saturday, physicians have said the disease affects nine million people and causes death of about 1.5 million globally in a year. TB is said to be the ninth leading cause … Read more via The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper –...
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    Business Google used ads to make millions from vulnerable addicts seeking treatment – Fast Company

    The search giant profited by up to £200 (about $270 USD) every time an addict clicked on an advertised link for supposedly “free” addiction helplines in the U.K., reports the Times. But these “free” helpline websites are most often just fronts for referral services who suggest patients then go...
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    Entertainment At last, Sadiq Daba To Travel Abroad For Treatment

    Ailing veteran actor and broadcaster, Sadiq Daba is due to travel to the United Kingdom, on Sunday night for further medical treatment. Sadiq has been battling leukaemia and prostate cancer for some months now, but lack of funds hampered his treatment. The story, however, changed recently...
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    Fertility: Over 300 Babies Already and 12 Other Things Nigerians Should Know About Lily Hospitals

    Lily Hospitals is multi-specialty licensed privately managed hospital with state of the art facilities and equipment. Lily hospitals is currently a centre of excellence in fertility treatment with over 300 babies and many ongoing pregnancies. We run comprehensive health screening including...
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    BEST HOME REMEDIES FOR SORE THROAT

    Recurrent sore throat is caused mainly by viruses and bacteria that get into the upper respiratory tract. In is highly contagious and it is contacted via respiratory droplets of an infected person. Sore throat gives a burning, itchy and scratching sensation of the throat. Sore throat caused by...
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    Metro Yola Bombing: Shortage Of Medical Supplies Delay Treatment Of Survivors

    The treatment of the victims of the Yola bombing was severely constrained by a lack of medical supplies according to a report by Premium Times. The survivors were taken to Federal Medical Centre or Yola Specialist Hospital (a state-owned hospital). Three young girls injured in the blast only...
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    Metro Court orders FG To Release Dansuki's Passport for Medical Treatment Abroad

    ‎The federal high court, Abuja, on Tuesday, granted Sambo Dasuki, former national security adviser (NSA), permission to travel abroad for medical check-up. Adeniyi Ademola, the judge, ordered the release of the former NSA’s international passport to him on the grounds that prosecuting...
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