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By Leocadia Bongben The Central African Treatment Action Group, CATAG, has raised an alarm on the gloomy future of access to anti-retroviral treatment in Africa with potentially disastrous consequences for health systems, societies and economies. The disturbing situation was presented during a regional workshop to build capacities on therapeutic education and advocacy for access to treatment at the Yaounde ...Full Article
By Chris Mbunwe Over 14,000 AIDS patients in the Northwest Region are now known to be receiving anti-retroviral drugs, ARVs. The Northwest Delegate for Public Health, Dr. Victor Ndiforchu, ...Full Article
By Daniel Gwarbarah The Adamawa, North and Southwest have been identified as the regions highest hit by the prevalence of leprosy in Cameroon. This disclosure was made in Yaounde ...Full Article
By Olive Ejang Ngoh The Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon, PCC, Rev. Nyansako-ni-Nku, November 28 inaugurated the Presbyterian General Hospital, Kumba. The ceremony that took place at ...Full Article
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By Elvis Tah The Southwest Regional Coordinator for the fight against HIV/AIDS, Dr. Pascal Nji Atanga, has said statistics show that the Southwest Region still remains one of ...Full Article
By Daniel Gwarbarah Close to 3,000 people, last November 28, marched on the streets of Yaounde to demonstrate their support and sympathy to people sick of cancer. The march, ...Full Article
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By Helen Ngoh In a bland and sterile hospital room in the Southwest Region of Cameroon, two women, both HIV-positive, sit at a table talking to each other. Bertha ...Full Article