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A Time From The Past

From GCWA Webmaster, Karen – a thought from bygones.

Once upon a time …

You know the beginning but, times are a-changing.

Change is a constant. 4,951 more words


Christmas Party at Fradgley Hall

A Joyful Beginning to the Festive Season!

Those who came to the GCWA Christmas party yesterday at Fradgley Hall, enjoyed sharing festive food spread as a picnic, to relish with gusto. 368 more words


MUST READ: December 16th: The Battle Of Blood River, Remembrance For White South Africans

This heart gripping piece of history about The Battle of Blood River as related by Deirdre Fields must be told to the world, as at this moment again we are faced by overwhelming odds: 4,573 more words


Two Nigerians were cured of Kidney Failure for free.

Kidney failure as we all know is a deadly sickness that has claimed so many Lives and over the centuries of time,curing it has become a tedious task for Medical Doctors in the world until 1954 when the world first ever kidney transplant was carried out successfully in Boston,USA…For a fact that kidney transplantation is now curable with ease,Nigerians who are diagnosed of kidney failure always prefer traveling out of the country for a treatment,though there have been 160 successful kidney transplant in Nigeria done so far with the first ever done in Lagos in 2001,according to research… 137 more words

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Adjunctive rifampicin for Staphylococcus aureus bacteraemia (ARREST): a multicentre, randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

LANCET December 16, 2017 V.390 N.10.113

Prof Guy E Thwaites, FRCP, Matthew Scarborough, PhD, Alexander Szubert, MSc, Emmanuel Nsutebu, FRCP, Robert Tilley, MBChB, Julia Greig, FRCP, Sarah A Wyllie, FRCPath, Prof Peter Wilson, MD, Cressida Auckland, FRCPath, Janet Cairns, MSc, Denise Ward, BSc, Pankaj Lal, MD, Achyut Guleri, MD, Neil Jenkins, PhD, Julian Sutton, MD, Prof Martin Wiselka, FRCP, Gonzalez-Ruiz Armando, MD, Clive Graham, MD, Paul R Chadwick, FRCPath, Gavin Barlow, FRCP… 458 more words


Nigerian Churches Are Promoters of Poverty |FortNews

The Nigerian Churches have gone through series of transformation over the years. But such transformations have only significantly enriched promoters of these churches while at the same time impoverishing members. 143 more words