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HIV-positive People Trained To Fight Stigmatisation

By Angwi Tassang & Jude Fuhnwi* Some 20 persons living with HIV/AIDS from the Northwest Region have been trained on the "fight against stigmatisation and discrimination towards persons living with HIV/AIDS."  This was during a two-day workshop organized by the Cameroon Association for Social Marketing ACMS known by if French acronym as CAMNAFAW (Cameroon National Association for Family Welfare) ...Full Article

Miscarriage; A Danger To Women, Child Bearing

By Eulalia Amabo & Marie-Solange Moki* A rather rosy marriage relationship would be destroyed by a miscarriage, or families would be engaged in trades of accusations of witchcraft because ...Full Article

Stigma, Discrimination Promote The Spread Of HIV/AIDS – Health Facilitator

By Benoit Kiven & Kevin Kuma* A health facilitator at the Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Board for AIDS Care and Prevention Program (CBCHB-ACP) Mutengene, says stigma and discrimination against ...Full Article

Breast Milk Reduces Risks Of Bacterial Contamination – Doctor

By Danielle Yampang & Lina Agha* ‘Breastfeeding: just 10 steps- the Baby Friendly way, is the theme under which the Minister of Public Health, Andre mama Fouda, launched the ...Full Article

High Blood Patients Advised To Consume More Natural Products

By Bertrand Ndimuh Shancho* High blood patients are advised to consume as much natural products like fruits, vegetables and antilipemic tea (food supplement) as possible. In an interview with ...Full Article

Experimental Vaginal Gel Partially Effective Against HIV

By Helen Ngoh In Vienna Researchers say an experimental vaginal gel has significantly cut the number of women contracting HIV from infected partners. The results of the study conducted ...Full Article

NSIF Hospital Can Now Do Laser Operations

By Leocadia Bongben The National Social Insurance Fund, NSIF, Hospital, at the Essos neighbourhood in Yaoundé can now carry out laser operations thanks to the jet age equipment purchased ...Full Article

Poor Treatment Drives Patients From Gov’t Hospitals

By Bertrand Ndimuh Shancho* The poor treatment meted out in government hospitals and health centres have practically been driving patients further away from those health facilities towards mission and ...Full Article

Regular Ante-natal Care Checks Infant Mortality

By Akye Ntonifor* Infant mortality rate, IMR, is defined as the number of deaths of infants under one year old per 1,000 live births. The predicament is seen to ...Full Article

Minister Wants Repressive Unit To Combat Illicit Drugs

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai The Minister of Public Health, André Mama Fouda, has called on the National Drugs Control Committee, NDCC, to put in place a repressive unit within ...Full Article
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