Medical Journal of Therapeutics Africa was started to highlight successes in therapy in African communities, because a viable, complete, indigenous pharmaceutical industry will bring with it good health, prosperity and peace in the countries of Africa.
This page has links to articles that relate to traditional therapies, which have also been called complementary medicine, alternative medicine and unregulated therapies. Really, they are medicines if they work and do no harm. The trick is figuring that out when they are used on strangers: when they are used on family members for generations everyone in the family believes they will work and they do.
Traditional medicine near UniLag. Susanna J Dodgson BSc(Hons), PhD. Medical Journal of Therapeutics Africa 2008,2(2):149-50
Pharmocognosy in Nigeria. Pax Herbals. Susanna J Dodgson BSc(Hons), PhD. Medical Journal of Therapeutics Africa 2008,2(1):26-7.
Journal Cub. HIV/AIDS and traditional healers. Wanjiru Akinyi Waruingi BSc(Hons), PhD. Medical Journal of Therapeutics Africa 2008,1(2):91-3.
Traditional therapies and HIV/AIDS. Old and new medicines. BG Birenbaum. Medical Journal of Therapeutics Africa 2007,1(2):96-8.
Traditional Therapies and HIV/AIDS. Access to Therapies. Angus Z Dodgson Pekala MS. Medical Journal of Therapeutics Africa 2008,1(2):94-5.
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