Princess mary opens 80m research centre in the city of johannesburg, where scientists are developing technology to treat HIV/Aids.
The $40m research and development centre is expected to provide essential health services to millions around the continent.
The city said it would invest a total of $80m in HIV and Aids research over the next two years, with an additional $10m allocated to research and prevention programmes in rural areas.
It said the new centre would bring together researchers from across the continent and the Commonwealth a에볼루션 카지노nd partner organisations.
“This research collaboration will help us to improve understanding of how to prevent future infections and prevent new patients developing symptoms,” it said.
HIV researcher Dr Alan Wilt: We’re making progress
HIV researcher Alan Wilt told New Matilda that the new centre was a big step.
“It’s the biggest investment in health in any one city since a $10m building began operating in the centre of Wollongong in 2009.
“We’re making progress in this particu인터넷 카지노lar area. We’re getting closer to identifying patients that might be particularly at risk and providing them with care.”
He said the team was now putting in more than $900m (£610m) to develop testing, screening and treatment for HIV.
“We see no need for a separate centre. We’re getting more robust data, now through a number of international and national partners.”
He said most HIV-positive people in the region would receive health care.
Professor David Carter said it made sense that the city would invest in these types of programs if they could cut costs.
“Some would say if we could pay a few per cent more, for the population that can be cut by about five per cent or less. So you’re getting better data, and that is the way we alway일산안마s approach government and research.”
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