Govt Condemns Prophets Who Claim to Cure HIV

The Health Minister Bernard Haufiku has described such claims as "utter nonsense" that put patients' lives at risk.



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    New Era, 9 December 2016

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    IPS, 1 December 2016

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    Eighteen million people, just slightly under half of the people living with HIV and AIDS globally, are now taking life-saving medication, but global efforts to end the disease… Read more »

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    Namibian, 25 November 2016

    NEXT week, from 28-30 November, Swakopmund will be the venue, under the theme of "together we are ending HIV-AIDS in Namibia," for Namibia's first national HIV-AIDS conference. Read more »

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