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Statement from Dean's Office
The leadership of the Faculty of Health Sciences, comprising the Deanery and Heads of Department, hereby states its position on the current ‘Rhodes must fall’ campaign, which has sparked unprecedented debate and activism at UCT.
Major neurosciences initiative launched at UCT & Groote Schuur
A major neurosciences initiative has been launched at UCT's Faculty of Health Sciences in partnership with Groote Schuur academic hospital complex.
Denny heads new national gynaecological cancer centre
With HIV and TB taking the lion's share of South Africa's medical resources, diseases like cervical cancer take a back seat. But the new South African Medical Research Council's Gynaecological Cancer Research Centre hopes to change that.

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Tuesday, 31 March 2015

The leadership of the Faculty of Health Sciences, comprising the Deanery and Heads of Department, hereby states its position on the current ‘Rhodes must fall’ campaign, which has sparked unprecedented debate and activism at UCT on a scale not seen since the advent of democracy twenty one years ago.

Publication Date:
Monday, March 30, 2015 - 10:45

In commemoration of World TB Day 24 March 2015, a short video on the PredArt TB-IRIS clinical trial being conducted by A/Prof Graeme Meintjes and colleagues has been released as part of the European & Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP) presentation to the European parliament. 

Publication Date:
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 - 15:30

UCT-based South African Tuberculosis Vaccine Initiative will be launching in partnership with Aeras, a global TB vaccine research group in Worcester on Tuesday 24 March 2015, which is World TB Day. 

 

Publication Date:
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 - 10:00

In the nearby future a simple oral swab could reveal whether a person has been exposed to the Mycobacterium tuberculosis (bacteria causing Tuberculosis), improving the prospects of the early detection of TB exposure.

Publication Date:
Friday, March 13, 2015 - 14:15

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