An HIV/AIDS virus vaccine may be imminent. A breakthrough has been reported in the fight against HIV/AIDS. A team of U.S. researchers have discovered two antibodies that neutralise 90% of all known strains of HIV in the laboratory.
The researchers found that the two antibodies were produced naturally and were found in the blood of HIV infected persons. Officials of the Yaounde Centre Pasteur analysis are still being made and a human vaccine may be envisaged in about five years.
Veterinarians intensify campaign against African swine fever. Emergency relief services are being intensified in various parts of the North Region to curb the prevalence of the African swine fever.
The campaign to eradicate the disease is gaining steam at a time when over ten thousand affected pigs have been killed by the disease in the Benoue and Mayo-Rey Divisions.
Bernice Bate Tatah & Joe Tiemunhco, CRTV