A Day at the HIV/AIDS Centre

Monday, March 06, 2017



“AIDS would have claimed fewer lives if we had publicly recommended what I wish to call ‘The Presumption of Sickness,’ i.e., the principle that whomever we are about to sleep with is HIV-positive until proven HIV-negative.” ― Mokokoma Mokhonoana


Community and Public health encompasses all aspects of medicine that involve the community as a whole. As such, I spent the first few weeks along with my colleagues visiting various centers and services throughout New Providence. 

We spent two days touring the HIV/AIDS Centre at the Royal Victoria Gardens grounds. And a few other days in the community clinics working with Clinicians who specialize in Infectious Diseases. 

Below are just some photos of the instruments used for testing at the Reference Laboratory. 









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2 comments

  1. Hey just getting a chance to view the bog from a laptop! Always saw it from the phone, looks really nice!!!

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    1. Thanks for following along with me on my medical school journey and for the comment! I'm glad it's aesthetically appealing :D

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