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Unplanned Pregnancies Hurting Mothers

By Helen Ngoh — 26-year-old Marie operates a small home décor business in Buea. She has a beautiful seven-month old baby girl and is engaged to the father of her baby. She has been away from her shop for months due the birth of her baby and has only just restarted her business. These days, when she goes ...Full Article

Venture To Curb Corruption in Public Hospitals Afoot

By Divine Ntaryike Jr — Over the years, government-run healthcare facilities across Cameroon have frequently occupied the acme on rosters of the country’s most-corrupt public institutions.  Users allege ...Full Article

2,250 Measles Cases Reported in the Far North

By Divine Ntaryike Jr — After Bamenda in Cameroon’s Northwest and Douala in the Littoral region, public health officials in Maroua in the country’s Far North say reported ...Full Article

North-South Partnering Halves Hepatitis Treatment Cost in Cameroon

By Divine Ntaryike Jr — There is twinkling hope for Cameroon’s over 2 million victims of Hepatitis C.  Treatment costs have been halved thanks to a partnership arrangement ...Full Article

Cameroon on Brink of Measles Epidemic

By Divine Ntaryike Jr — Medics in Cameroon’s most-populous city Douala, are unanimous there is every reason to dread a countrywide measles outbreak.  Their fears are driven by ...Full Article

Cameroon Medics Worried Over Catholic Monks

By Michael Ndi — Catholic monks in Mbengwi, Northwest Region of Cameroon, are embroiled in a controversy bothering around their claims of curing the deadly disease, HIV/AIDS. A ...Full Article

Prof. Montagnier Designated CIRCB Interim Scientific Director

By Leocadia Bongben — Prof. Luc Montagnier has been named interim Scientific Director of the Chantal Biya International Reference Centre of HIV/AIDS Management and Care, CIRCB. This was ...Full Article

HIV/AIDS Incidence Remains High Among Women

By Leocadia Bongben — Despite general drop in HIV/AIDS prevalence rate to 4.3 percent in 2011 down from 5.5 in 2004, the incidence remains high among women. Following ...Full Article

Women with Obstetric Fistulas Have Reason to Smile Again

By Leocadia Bongben — There was a time when women with obstetric fistulas thought all hope of treatment was lost. But, the Yaounde University Teaching Hospital, CHU, is ...Full Article

UNICEF Warns Of Looming Cholera Outbreak in C. Africa

By Divine Ntaryike Jr — The UN Children’s Fund has chimed the alarm bells over the likelihood of another cholera plague in West and Central Africa.  The warning, ...Full Article
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