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Experts worry about high HIV deaths despite treatment

HEALTH & SCIENCE

Findings contradict the current official and donor narrative that Kenya is winning the war against HIV.

Experts worry about high HIV deaths despite treatment

By Gatonye Gatura | 4 years ago

European Union hesitates to import Kenya’s produce

European Union hesitates to import Kenya’s produce

Last week’s promise by members of the European Union that they would allow GMO foods from Kenya into their region may have been premature, with the European Parliament taking a new vote on Tuesday.

Gatonye Gatura | 6 years ago

EU hesitates to import Kenya’s produce even as GMO war rages

Last week’s promise by members of the European Union (EU) that they would allow genetically modified foods from Kenya into their region may have been premature, with the European Parliament taking a new vote on Tuesday.

Gatonye Gatura | 6 years ago

Kenyan link to alleged Nigerian experimental Ebola treatment

Nigeria plans to use a drug marketed and used in Kenya to manage HIV to treat six of its people who have been infected with Ebola. By Friday, 10 cases of Ebola had been confirmed in Nigeria, four of whom have died and 169 under surveillance. Nigerian Health Minister Onyebuchi Chukwu has said those infected will receive an experimental drug called Nano Silver.

Gatonye Gatura | 7 years ago

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