Frantz Fanon – Portrait: Haki Kweli Shakur Reflections on the treatment of Frantz Fanon and his death from cancer in America by Kevin ‘Rashid’ Johnson As I continue to endure the worsening complications of prostate cancer and the denial of treatment by US prison authorities, which has lasted for overRead More →

The Kerala High Court recently ordered the state’s Principal Secretary of Health to decide on medical representation aimed at relieving clinical doctors from the responsibility of attending Gram-level administrative committee meetings with the aim of deciding on the list of beneficiaries eligible for financial assistance for kidney dialysis. The petitionerRead More →

Lack of access to clean water has exacerbated a cholera outbreak plaguing Syria’s war-torn provinces, where local authorities are struggling to contain the spread with chlorine tablets and vaccines. More than 35,000 suspected cases of cholera have been reported across the country, according to the UN children’s agency. UNICEF saidRead More →

Continuing with a series of articles coinciding with our exhibit, Caring for the Community: The Development of Medicine in Newry and Morne, this week we examine the impact of the First World War on the careers of local doctors and nurses. Margaret Anderson of Ballinran joined QAIMNS(R) in 1916 andRead More →