Leprosy squirrels found in Scotland
Experts in Dumfries and Galloway are concerned about the discovery of red squirrels infected with the disease leprosy. Scientists in Edinburgh have discovered cases and say the problem could become more widespread in our region. Symptoms of the ...
ITV News - Tue, 02 Sep 2014 23:34



Soz rallies in Lal Bazar, visits Leprosy Hospital
“Prof Soz raised some questions with the officers concerned and came to know that this Hospital was in a bad shape and Leprosy Patients needed lot of relief measures. Prof Soz asked Taj Mohi U Din Minister for Health and Medical Education on phone to ...
GreaterKashmir.com - Sat, 30 Aug 2014 12:07

Leprosy Mission launch fundraising to purchase
As the Ebola crisis continues to spread across West Africa, the daily threat felt by personnel volunteering on the medical frontline and helping people suffering from Ebola is a deadly gamble. This month The Leprosy Mission Ireland has launched a ...
Waterford Today - Wed, 03 Sep 2014 23:39



Molokai offers a taste of unspoiled Hawaii
North is the Kalaupapa Peninsula, a fascinating, historic leprosy colony. And, in all directions is the swaying Pacific Ocean. What little action that can be found lives in the sleepy town of Kaunakakai, on the southern coast. On an 80-degree afternoon ...
Detroit Free Press - Sun, 21 Sep 2014 00:12



Walking Tour of Bergen Norway: Come for the Views, Stay for the Leprosy Museum
Bergen, Norway, flies further under the radar than many second cities. Considering that many tourists go there just to board a cruise ship for the fjords, I can't help but liken the city to a family member you visit once a year just for their swimming ...
Yahoo Travel - Sat, 30 Aug 2014 03:03

Kampur area becomes leprosy-free
KAMPUR, Aug 20 – Kampur is now supposed to be a leprosy-free area with only two leprosy patients in the entire area who are now undergoing treatment at the FRU (First Referral Unit) of Kampur and are now convalescing rapidly as revealed by the Kampur ...
Assam Tribune - Wed, 20 Aug 2014 12:41

From the Shepherd's Heart
The man had leprosy. In biblical times this was an incurable medical issue that required the person to separate from anyone else. Loss of jobs, family, friends, and social contact was expected. The disease continued to consume the person until death ...
Meridian Star - Sat, 20 Sep 2014 05:00



Heave ho, charity pull is all go
The 18-year-old Manly resident and three others pulled a 9000kg bus 50 metres as part of a Leprosy Mission fundraising event. Their success at towing the vehicle parked at AUT University Akoranga campus on the North Shore was credited to some good ...
Auckland stuff.co.nz - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 10:03


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