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Doctor Blames Increasing HIV/AIDS In Donga-Mantung On Military

By Wamey Panky Dr. Enongene, a medical doctor, MD, serving with the Nkambe District Hospital, has stated that Donga-Mantung Division keeps topping the chart in HIV/AIDS prevalence due to the presence of the military, among other factors. The MD made this revelation recently while presenting a paper on the state of HIV/AIDS in Donga -Mantung Division, during the first ...Full Article

Voluntary Blood Donation Campaign Launched

By George Arrey Agbor A nationwide campaign for the free donation of blood was launched in Douala on recently. The campaign dubbed, "Cover Blood Need Pio," is an initiative ...Full Article

Health Officials Reflect On Hygiene

By Marie-Solange Moki & Eulalia Amabo* A cross-section of health officials recently brainstormed on guidelines for healthy communities with special reference to schools, at a one-day workshop that held ...Full Article

CBC Health School Banso Graduates 65

By Peter Adi Fonte The Cameroon Baptist Convention Private Training School for Health Personnel, PTSHP Banso, Bui Division, graduated 65 trainees recently. The graduates are made up of five ...Full Article

Traditional Medicine Is Bedrock Of All Medicine – Dr. Fru

By Marriane Tabi Enow & Francis Ngoh Bau* The Garden of Eden International Healing and Research Foundation, Buea, August 31, celebrated the 8th African Traditional Medicine Day under the ...Full Article

Journalists Told Why HIV/AIDS Reporting Is Important

By Kevin Kuma* Reports on HIV/AIDS are increasingly being seen as boring or an already heard issue, reason why journalists are taking less interest in it. But HIV/AIDS related ...Full Article

Bad Policies Promote Illegal Drugs – Vienna Declaration

By Benoit Kiven* The Vienna Declaration is a scientific statement seeking to improve on community health and safety by calling for the incorporation of scientific evidence into illicit drug ...Full Article

ACMS Donates Mosquito Nets To Youth

By Littesia Anye & Neville Mbong* In Commemoration of the 10th edition of the International Year of the Youth, the Cameroon Association for Social Marketing, known by its French ...Full Article

HIV-positive Students Barred From Ukrainian Universities

By Rose Tang & Valery Kiloh* Though Ukrainian universities have opened their doors to students in Central African countries, the opportunity has been denied HIV/AIDS positive students. The Ambassador ...Full Article

Access To HIV Prevention Absent For Homosexuals In Cameroon

By Helen Ngoh In countries all over the world, high HIV prevalence rates have been reported among men who have sex with men (MSM). Research explains that the common ...Full Article
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