TB, Leprosy centre treats 1205 in Zamfara
Police forces in the European Union have made more than 1,000 arrests in their biggest-ever co-ordinated crackdown on organised crime. Thirty Romanian children were saved from trafficking, and 200kg (441lb) of heroin and 599kg of cocaine was seized.
The Punch - Wed, 24 Sep 2014 05:43

Leprosy still a health hazard
Mohammad Mostaque (57), who was affected by leprosy earlier, is now fully cured and is earning livelihood for his family. Mostaque, a resident of Aziz mohalla of Mohammadpur in Dhaka city, has a grocery shop. He was cured after taking medicines for two ...
Financial Express Bangladesh - Fri, 10 Oct 2014 05:45

The seething of our two 'Leprosy Arms'
Credit where credit is due. The decibel breaking legislators and members of the executive arm of government bellowing their innocence and showing their displeasure at what they perceive as the media's intransigence in a democratic setting are ...
Sierra Express Media - Sat, 20 Sep 2014 18:04



Shoemakers heal soles of leprosy patients
With this in mind, shoemakers of the Quy Hoa National Leprosy Dermatology Hospital in the central coastal province of Binh Dinh have braved the hardships whenever they go deep into the forest to approach patients and make footwear for them.
VietNamNet Bridge - Sun, 28 Sep 2014 07:26



Weaving Centre, employing leprosy patients and their families, on the verge of ...
Aymer Weaving Rehabilitation Centre was established in 1987 at Gandhi Palli with the aim of rehabilitating the families of leprosy patients. But with the rise in demand for machine made products that are available at a cheaper rate in the market ...
I am in dna of India - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 09:30

SERMON: Healing that money can't buy
Naaman was commander of the king of Aram's army. He was a great man in the sight of his master, and was highly regarded because through him the Lord had given Aram victory. Naaman was a valiant soldier, but had leprosy. Bands from Aram had gone ...
Ottawaherald.com - Fri, 24 Oct 2014 13:37

Faith column: Have an 'attitude of gratitude'
“Like the leprosy of yesteryear are the plagues of today. They linger, they debilitate, they destroy. They are to be found everywhere. Their pervasiveness knows no boundaries. We know them as selfishness, greed, indulgence, cruelty and crime, to ...
Green Bay Press Gazette - Thu, 23 Oct 2014 21:07



No foundation for considering Ebola wrath of God
I am reminded, however, of the way the Bible treated the infectious skin ailments, which we typically call leprosy. The first thing the priests did in those days was to isolate the patient and then disinfect the house and treat the patient, until the ...
Hilton Head Island Packet - Fri, 24 Oct 2014 16:03


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