Kano targets 3.8m children for meningitis vaccination
Meningitis: 50% of patients will die if untreated – NCDC
2m people at risk of meningitis in Katsina – UNICEF
Meningitis, a threat to brain tissue – Institute
Bracing for the meningitis season
Meningitis kills 46 in Katsina – WHO
Kano links strange disease to cerebro-spinal meningitis
Meningitis: Katsina to commence vaccination
Breaking: Again, meningitis killed 8 in Katsina
Meningitis kills 3 in Yobe – Commissioner
Meningitis still on rampage
Meningitis kills 8 in Kaduna – Commissioner
Nigeria meningitis death toll tops 1,000
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Meningitis: Death toll hits 839; suspected cases 9,646
THE death toll from the meningitis outbreak in Nigeria has risen to 839 as against the 745 reported last week with suspected cases now 9,646.
Vilified over Meningitis deaths, Gov Yari emerges US Malaria ambassador
A few weeks after being chastised for not doing enough to curb the spread of Meningitis in his state, Zamfara State Governor, Abdulaziz Yari Abubakar, has been named as the United States Malaria Fight Ambassador in Nigeria.
MENINGITIS: Warning signs save lives
This is one of the key messages as Nigeria joins the rest of the world today to mark World Meningitis Day – a great opportunity for people all over the world to raise their voices against meningitis, through telling patient stories, raising awareness of the signs and symptoms of the disease and increasing knowledge of available vaccines.
Meningitis: Death toll hits 745
As Nigeria continues to battle the recent outbreak of Cerebrospinal Meningitis, CSM, serotype C, a total of 745 people have been confirmed dead of 8,057 suspected cases as at April 17, 2017.
Meningitis: Nigeria not out of the woods yet — Prof Tomori
Days after the Federal Government declared that it had contained the Serotype C strain of Cerebral Spinal Meningitis, CSM, renowned Professor of Virology and former Vice chancellor of Redeemer’s University, Prof. Oyewale Tomori, has said Nigeria was not yet out of the woods.
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