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Afghanistan launches polio vaccination campaign

A health worker administers the polio vaccine to a child during an inoculation drive in Kandahar, Afghanistan. Polio is now endemic in just three countries – Afghanistan, Nigeria and Pakistan.

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Immunisation against polio: FCT targets 900,000 children

The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Primary Health Care Development Board says over 900,000 children will be immunised against polio in the first round of 2018 vaccination across the territory. 216 more words

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Deconstructing Healthcare

“America’s health care system is neither healthy, caring or a system”  – Walter Cronkite

This opening quote can also be said of Canada now.  I grew up in a Canada when health-care had doctors who came to your home.  938 more words

Terry Wiens

A Hostage of Circumstance

“The biggest restriction to independence for the disabled is the perception of retaliation for speaking out” – Terry Wiens (2018)

I am so pissed off right now I need to speak out.  958 more words

Terry Wiens

Human Mechatronics Professional Interview

Many students come from various countries and regions around the world using the Tokyo Human Resouces Fund for City Diplomacy to study at TMU.
This page features some of the students who finished study or currently studying on the Fund at TMU (including students studied on the previous fund, Asian Human Resources Fund.) 1,011 more words

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The Christmas Conundrum

“God bless us everyone” – Tiny Tim from Charles Dickens “Christmas Carol

Christmas is a very mixed time for me.  My analogy is like comparing a good White Spruce Christmas tree to an artificial tree.  1,114 more words

Terry Wiens

Lawmaker Gbajabiamila supports physically challenged lawyer with a car

The Majority Leader of the House of Representatives, Mr. Femi Gbajabiamila, on Monday, brought smiles to the face of a physically challenged lawyer, Mr. Kamarudeen Idowu, presenting him with a car and promising him a driver. 412 more words

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