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Typhoid superbug spreads throughout Pakistan

Dr Sadia Shakoor of AKU, said “We've also learnt from history that once the typhoid bug acquires a resistance gene it holds on to it and just spreads within geographical regions where sanitation measures are poor.”

The Telegraph | April 18, 2018

HEC, IU organise swim meet

In the women competitions, the winners were AKU.

The News | April 17, 2018

‘We’re out of options’: Doctors battle drug-resistant typhoid outbreak

“This isn’t just about typhoid, antibiotic resistance is a threat to all of modern medicine and the scary part is, we’re out of options,” warns Dr Rumina Hasan, a pathology professor at AKU.

The New York Times | April 16, 2018

Vaccine concerns

An op-ed by Dr Fyezah Jehan of AKU: Despite a measles outbreak in the vicinity of Badin threatening to become a full-scale epidemic, the vaccination outreach has since been halted.

Dawn | April 12, 2018

What are we feeding our children

Professor Zulfiqar Bhutta, “if the importance of these early years is recognised by families and parents and the child provided with good nutrition, we can avert much of the burden of ill health.”

| April 9, 2018

Alumna Nasreen Ghani

Nasreen Ghani from Swabi, who started her career as a lady health visitor in early ’90s and became the first assistant professor of nursing in the public sector in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa after completing Master of Science in Nursing at AKU.

Khyber News | April 2, 2018

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