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Second doctor with H1N1 dies in Jamaica

A second medical doctor diagnosed with H1N1 died over the weekend, becoming the sixth person to pass away from complications related to that virus in the last month, health officials confirmed. Dr Denise Duncan Goffe died at the University Hospital […]

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Health City completes first ever TAVI procedure in the Caribbean

The first ever Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI) undertaken in the English-speaking Caribbean region has been completed at leading tertiary care hospital, Health City Cayman Islands. The complex

Jamaica now fully equipped to test for Zika virus

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Second death related to swine flu in Jamaica

The Ministry of Health is reporting a second death linked to H1N1, commonly referred to as swine flu, this month. The latest victim is a 49-year-old woman who died

Trinidad and Tobago is latest on zika warning list

Trinidad and Tobago is the latest Caribbean country to be added to the Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) zika virus advisory on Tuesday. Trinidad and Tobago announced its

Zika confirmed in three pregnant women in Barbados

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (BGIS) - The ministry of health in Barbados disclosed on Monday that the three latest confirmed cases of the zika virus have occurred in women who

Scientists halt diabetes by transplanting insulin-producing cells

MASSACHUSETTS, United States, Tuesday February 2, 2016 – A cure for type 1 diabetes is closer than ever after scientists showed they can switch off the disease for

Miracle Cure For Erectile Dysfunction – Jamaica’s Very First ED Cellular Therapy Restores Sexual Performance

Suffering from erectile dysfunction for more than five years because of chronic diabetes, a 53-year-old man is now springing with joy, thanks to what is deemed a ‘miracle

GPHC records first Cage and Bone Graft spinal surgery

History was made at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation; (GPHC) after doctors attached to institution successfully performed a Cage and Bone Graft Lumbar spinal surgery. Rafina Depan,

Guyanese businessman with swine flu dies in US hospital

The Guyanese businessman who was diagnosed with swine flu after a trip to China has died in a hospital in the United States, according to media reports. The father

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