UZ Medical Student Michelle Zamimba Dies

Staff Reporter| A University of Zimbabwe final year medical student Michelle Zamimba, has died of Kidney failure. Michelle was admitted on the 12th of June to Parirenyatwa hospital, with her health deteriorating by midday of the following day, necessitating her to be put in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). She had suffered from renal failure and was supposed to get a kidney transplant. Michelle was recommended by doctors to have an urgent kidney transplant in India which was quoted at $36 115. This amount included treatment, a 75 day stay,…

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Parirenyatwa Responds To Msarara On Food Fortification

By Michael Gwarisa  HEALTH and Child Care Minister Dr David Parirenyatwa has rubbished claims that the mandatory food fortification drive being spearheaded by government would lead to closure of more milling companies as being suggested by grain millers chair Tafadzwa Msarara , HealthTimes can reveal. Briefing Journalists this morning, Minister Parirenyatwa said there was nothing wrong with food fortification and government had done enough consulting with grain millers at a national level to enlighten them on advantages fortification has on the citizens. “We have been with the Grain Millers Association…

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