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AIDS-Free Holidays Adopts Facebook To Reach More People

By Cynthia Akenji — This year’s AIDS-free holiday campaign will adopt the use of facebook to reach more people, according to the Coordinator of the Southwest Technical Group for the Fight against HIV/AIDS, Dr. Pascal Nji Atanga. The 10th edition of the AIDS-free holiday campaign was launched in the Southwest under the theme “Youths, the Fight against HIV/AIDS ...Full Article

Early Screening Prevents Cervical Cancer

By Helen Tambe* — Although HIV/AIDS has been known to be the number one killer disease worldwide, with women being more vulnerable, cervical cancer is now known to ...Full Article

Cameroon Tops Child Malnutrition Red List

By Divine Ntaryike Jr — Cameroon is often touted as a nation endowed with enormous agricultural potential.  The 475,000 sq km territory sitting at the intersection between ...Full Article

Young Cameroonian Girls Exposed To Cervical Cancer

By Leocadia Bongben — Cervical cancer is a sexually transmitted disease caused by the human papilloma virus. Papilloma virus is, therefore, more active in young girls between 9-12 ...Full Article

Households Dedicate 53% Of Health Expenditures On Drugs

By Joe Dinga Pefok — Public Health Minister, Andre Mama Fouda, says Cameroonian families dedicate about 53 percent of their expenditures on health to drugs. Minister Mama Fouda ...Full Article

Nurses, Midwives Decry Invasion Of Profession By Quacks

By Chris Mbunwe — Northwest Association of Nurses, Midwives and Health Technicians have attributed the high maternal mortality in the region to quacks that have invaded the ...Full Article

Medics To Include Community, Traditional Doctors In Diseases Surveillance

By Isidore Abah — Medical experts in the Southwest Region have resolved to incorporate community and traditional doctors in the process of diseases surveillance in the region. According ...Full Article

Technicians Cautioned Against Delivering Faulty HIV/Cancer Results

By Yerima Kini Nsom & Nformi Sonde Kinsai — Twenty-five laboratory technicians and researchers drawn from health units and medical institutions in the Centre, Southwest and West Regions ...Full Article

Health Ministry Endorses Oral-B Pro-Health Toothpaste

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai — The Ministry of Public Health has approved new toothpaste – Oral-B Pro-Health All Round Protection. The producer of the toothpaste, Procter & Gamble ...Full Article

CBC, Partners Assess HIV-Free Southwest, Northwest Project

By Chris Mbunwe — The Cameroon Baptist Convention, CBC, and her partners, Tuesday, April 23, met to assess the year one of a six-year project aimed at scaling ...Full Article
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