Hits: 830 Created on 23 February 2016 Written by George Category: HEALTH NEWS
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OUTBREAK OF CHICKEN POX AT ST. GEORGE'S ANGLICAN JUNIOR SCHOOL

ST. GEORGE -- The Ministry of Health has confirmed seventeen cases of chicken pox among students, as of Monday, following an outbreak at the St. George's Anglican Junior School.  The Chief Medical Officer has advised that the school be closed from today until Friday in order to facilitate monitoring of all students, and treatment of those affected.

Read more: NO SCHOOL FROM FEBRUARY 23 TO 26, 2016
 
Hits: 930 Created on 10 February 2016 Written by Liz Szabo Category: HEALTH NEWS
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REPORT PAINTS HEARTBREAKING PICTURE OF ZIKA-LINKED BIRTH DEFECTS
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Hits: 818 Created on 04 February 2016 Written by PM KEITH MITCHELL Category: HEALTH NEWS
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ELIMINATE BREEDING TODAY – KEEP ZIKA AWAY
Address by
Chairman of the OECS
Dr. the Rt. Hon. Keith Mitchell

Dear citizens of the OECS,

With increasing frequency in recent times, we have been faced with threats from infectious diseases originating from outside our region. Ever since the threat of Ebola, the OECS Ministers of Health have met as a council with their advisors and our principal health partners PAHO (the Pan American Health Organization) and CARPHA (the Caribbean Public Health Agency), to plan and protect against that dreaded possibility.

Read more: JOINT OECS RESPONSE TO ZIKA VIRUS
 
Hits: 777 Created on 04 February 2016 Written by Granma Category: HEALTH NEWS
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CUBA DEVELOPS BIOPHARMACEUTICALS TO TREAT CANCER

Havana - Cuba currently has a total of 28 drugs registered, or in various stages of investigation, for the treatment of cancer, which include therapeutic vaccines, monoclonal antibodies, interferons and peptides, developed in different scientific institutions linked to the country's biotechnology sector.

Read more: THERE'S HOPE, YET......
 
Hits: 660 Created on 04 February 2016 Written by PM MITCHELL Category: HEALTH NEWS
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ELIMINATE BREEDING TODAY – KEEP ZIKA AWAY

Address by

Chairman of the OECS

Dr. the Rt. Hon. Keith Mitchell

Dear citizens of the OECS,

With increasing frequency in recent times, we have been faced with threats from infectious diseases originating from outside our region.  Ever since the threat of Ebola, the OECS Ministers of Health have met as a council with their advisors and our principal health partners PAHO (the Pan American Health Organization) and CARPHA (the Caribbean Public Health Agency), to plan and protect against that dreaded possibility.

Read more: OECS JOINT STATEMENT ON ZIKA
 

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