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A large African monkey (Theropithecus gelada) of Ethiopia that resembles a baboon but has a bright patch of naked red skin on the chest and a large broad mane covering the shoulders. The gelada has an opposable thumb that it uses to gather grass seeds to eat. Also called gelada baboon.

[Amharic č̣əllada.]


(ˈdʒɛlədə; ˈɡɛl-; dʒɪˈlɑːdə; ɡɪ-)
(Animals) a NE African baboon, Theropithecus gelada, with dark brown hair forming a mane over the shoulders, a bare red chest, and a ridged muzzle: family Cercopithecidae. Also called: gelada baboon
[probably from Arabic qilādah mane]
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Dr Trupti is a medical postgraduate and convenor of the youth wing of the People's Health Organisation, founded by her father Dr Ishwar Gilada, one of the foremost HIV physicians caring for the HIV affected for decades.
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Gilada (Secretary General, People's Health Organization, and an IAPAC physician member) pleaded with conference officials to assist in overcoming the challenges that he and colleagues are facing at the Spanish consulate in New Delhi.
We welcome the government's move to mandate pre-marriage HIV testing, but our suggestion is to replace the Test with a health check-up as this would be the right thing to do," said Dr Ishwar Gilada of People's Health Organisation, an NGO working for the cause of prevention, control and management of HIV/AIDS since 1985.
Such news, in the absence of any authentic backing from the scientific community, "reinforces the myths among people and propagates several unfounded theories on the spread of HIV through casual contact, needles, eatables and water," Dr Ishwar Gilada of PHO said.
Gilada, secretary of the People's Health Organisation (PHO) and Dr Trupti Gilada, a PG student at KEM Hospital.
When there are strategies to prevent this transmission, it appears that the HIV-positive pregnant women received only a single-dose of the Nevirapine drug in an outdated strategy," said Dr Ishwar Gilada, founder of the People's Health Organisation (PHO) and secretary of the Aids Society of India.