Medico Voices

I fear for Tanzanians if new British study on antibiotics makes big news at home

When I read about the new review by British specialists; which urges doctors to stop telling their patients to finish an entire course of...

This is where East Africa’s private health sector is heading: front-runners say

As we inch closer to 24th July, the commencing date of the Sixth East Africa Healthcare Federation Conference in Dar es Salaam, there is...

Rural doctors: How we save the wounded, traumatized children in Mwanza streets

Streets don’t give rise to children; yet on many streets in Mwanza and Tanzania in general, a large number of children find their homes...

Doctors’ joblessness in TZ: Reflections on how to harness the private sector

The private health sector in Tanzania can be boosted so that it creates job opportunities for medical doctors who cannot be recruited in government-run...

Doctor:I’ve diagnosed a rare case of girl- born-without-legs-and-arms in Tanzania

Dr Hamad Nyembea [email protected] For the first time, I have diagnosed Tetra-Amelia Syndrome in a female child aged about two months; who was born through Caesarian...

500 doctors to Kenya: How TZ starves in the middle of plenty

It was ironic to hear in the local media that our beloved country, Tanzania, is going to generously offer a helping hand to its...

Why TZ needs a new “catalyst” to speed up HIV/AIDS efforts

For the past three decades, the HIV/AIDS pandemic has remained one among the leading causes of morbidity (illness) and mortality (death) in Tanzania, with...

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