In-spite of Roman's successful double lung transplant he is still in need our of help to pay for the surgery and related expenses. There is no cure for Cystic Fibrosis and therefore expensive ongoing medical care is is a necessity. Please continue to donate to the fund to ensure that he has a chance at life, his sister Rojeana Auriel was not so lucky and passed away at age 19 on October 14, 2012. Click Here to donate or on the link below
Carmen Pedersen a graduate from St. Francis Xavier University in Edmonton has returned to the Calgary, Alberta, Canada after a six-month youth internship funded by Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD) in Georgetown, Guyana.
Separating the good from the bad in bacteria, could improve monitoring of cystic fibrosis and other diseases
New microfluidic technique quickly distinguishes bacteria within the same strain; could improve monitoring of cystic fibrosis and other diseases.
There are good bacteria and there are bad bacteria — and sometimes both coexist within the same species.
Roman Hall who suffers from Cystic Fibrosis has successfully emerged from his double lung transplant surgery.
Roman Hall's surgery began on Thursday 26, September 2013 at around 4:00 am and at 1:00 pm news of a "successful procedure” was delivered from the operating room.
Roman Hall the son of Guyanese parents is a normal 16 year old young man in every way except he suffers from Cystic Fibrosis.
Roman is the youngest of four siblings, the youngest three of whom were diagnosed with the disease shortly after birth. Angel, the eldest of the three CF patients, had two double lung transplants and is now 24 years old, the second Rojeana Auriel Hall died on October 14, 2012 at age 19 from complications of the disease.
More than 2,000 pairs of eyeglasses from Utah recently found new homes -- in Guyana.
Used glasses, often relegated to the backs of drawers, went to good use by people too poor to afford glasses or eye exams. Twenty-two Utahns, including several optometrists, made a humanitarian trip to provide eye care in the Third World country in South America.
Hopkins Researchers including Guyanese born Deborah Persaud Describe First ‘Functional HIV Cure’ in an Infant
A team of researchers including Guyanese born Deborah Persaud, M.D. from Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, the University of Mississippi Medical Center and the University of Massachusetts Medical School describe the first case of a so-called “functional c
The United States is proud to be supporting Guyana as they take a leadership role in their fight against HIV/AIDS.
Progress achieved in Guyana through direct PEPFAR support during fiscal year (FY) 2011: (1)
Intimate partner and sexual violence against women is widespread in 12 Latin American and Caribbean countries
Washington, D.C., 17 January 2013 (PAHO/WHO) — A new report published by the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) in collaboration with the U.S.
The Executive Board of the World Health Organization (WHO), in its 132nd session in Geneva, 21-29 January 2013, confirmed Dr. Carissa Faustina Etienne as the new Regional Director for WHO's Americas Region (PAHO/AMRO). Dr.
In the town of Vieux Fort, St Lucia, a few minutes’ drive from the Hewanorra International Airport, Guyanese investors have now opened the St. Helen University School of Medicine and are recruiting students from around the world for its first academic year beginning January 2013.