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A new wealth of information could alleviate some costly strains on the West Bank's overloaded health system.
Dr. Egbe Osifo-Dawodu shares how Nigeria's government, ministries, health workers, and religious leaders took immediate action and stopped the spread of Ebola.
In the emergency ward where she works, Dr. Eno Biney tells us how she saved a woman’s life the day before and how things might have turned out differently just a few years ago.
In Sierra Leone, Ebola virus has claimed the lives of 40 frontline health workers. And it's taking a toll on West Africa's health systems.
What's most exciting about being a lecturer of molecular medicine at the School of Medical Sciences in Ghana? Dr. Obirikorang tells us.
How do you provide medical education without faculty? Not very well, it turns out. It's a problem in Tanzania.
For Dr. Qasem al Zein, the revolution began with a feeling of hope.
When Islamist militants came to town, Dr. Ibrahim Maiga had no choice but to make a deal.
An Excerpt from Kate Tulenko in the New York Times: Foreign Health Workers in the US Come with a Cost
In the NY Times, Tulenko discusses the dire economic and social consequences of insourcing and how it threatens the quality of care.