Nigerian scientist develops cancer drug from African plants

A molecular biologist at the Center for Biotechnology Research, Bayero University, Kano, Mansurah Abdulazeez has developed a drug that can be used for the treatment of cancer. The drug, the work of years of research by the Nigerian woman is however yet to be fully tested and used for the fight against tumours But this significant breakthrough by Abdulazeez adds to several emerging stories of Africans doing great in the field of medicine. The molecular biologist in June this year won a Nigerian National Research grant of $86,000 for her…

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