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Annie Khyuza Kasaka, 36, a registered midwife/palliative care nurse at Mulanje Mission Hospital, visiting a patient, Aida Nagoli, 28, at her home in Woongondole village. Aida has TB of the spine causing paralysis and receives regualar home visits.<br />
 Pioneering work with palliative care in rural Malawi is increasing the quality of life for thousands of people with terminal conditions including cancer, TB and arthritis-often linked to HIV infection which remains at around 10 percent of the adult population.