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Only 30% of Cancer in Children Diagnosed in Uganda - UCI cancer detection 3

Dr. Jackson Orem, Senior Consultant Oncology and UCI Executive Director says the cancer prevention efforts, community sensitization and mobilization must be increased in Uganda to fight against cancer among children.
20:09
20:09

NRM's Juma Wasswa Nominated for Kawempe Division Mayoral Race 2 4

Robert Mugabe, the Kawempe Electoral Office Returning Officer says that more than 617 aspirants out of the 800 have returned the nomination forms.
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18:14

Ragga Dee Nominated, Says He is More Prepared to Lead Kampala Daniel Kazibwe 8 7

Ragga Dee, the National Resistance movement –NRM party candidate is competing for the seat, for the second time, having lost to Erias Lukwago in 2016. He is the second musician to be nominated in the same race, after Joseph Mayanja, also known as Jose Chameleone, who was nominated on Wednesday.
17:35
17:35

EC Extends Local Council Nomination Dates 5

The extension will run from Friday, October 2 to Monday, October 5, including Saturday and Sunday, according to EC spokesperson Paul Bukenya.
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14:46

FUFA to Pay for COVID-19 Testing Fees for Big League Playoff Teams 2 1

The four teams that will take part in the playoffs include Ndejje University, Kataka FC, Kitara FC and Kiboga Young to decide who will join Malaba Youth Development Association FC (MYDA) and UPDF FC which are already confirmed to have joined the Star Times Uganda Premier League
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13:30

Dirty Water Killing Fingerlings in National Fish Hatchery fish production 3

The unclean water, according to Catherine Agoe, an Aquatic Animal Health Pathologist at the Aquatic Research and Development Centre, is drawn from underground, from where it comes with impurities that are not safe for fish eggs. The water lacks sufficient aeration which affects the newly hatched fish fingerlings.
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12:13

HIV Researchers Mourn ‘Berlin Patient’, The First Man Cured of HIV HIV cure research

His experience suggested that HIV might one day be curable, and this fueled a range of efforts by researchers and institutions focusing on HIV cure research. One such effort is the International Aids Society-IAS Towards an HIV Cure initiative, established in 2011 to promote and facilitate the search for a safe and affordable cure that can be scaled up.
Oct 2020 8 results