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A breakthrough in cancer treatment by an African student

  • A student of African University of Science and Technology Abuja, Nigeria, Sandra Musujusu, has made a breakthrough in the treatment of cancer.

    Ms Sandra, a Sierra-Leonian national, is studying triple-negative breast cancer among African women, under the sponsorship of Pan African Materials Institute (PAMI), a World Bank program piloted in some African universities to engineer development in scientific research.

    Dr Jaime Saavedra Chanduvi, the World Bank Education Director, announced this significant achievement in Abuja during an evaluation visit to the African University of Science and Technology.

    Already the World Bank has invested about ten billion dollars in 19 African institutions, among which the university Ms Sandra Musujusu made this significant achievement is a beneficiary.

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