GURU! Nigerian Female University Student, Sandra Musujusu Develops Cure For Bosom Cancer

Published 1 year ago by: Mister Jay Wonder
at 2-03-2018 09:11PM (1 year ago)

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A female student of the African University of Science and Technology, Abuja, Sandra Musujusu, has developed an alternative treatment for Bosom  cancer.

The scientific breakthrough might lead to a lasting solution in the treatment of Bosom  cancer prevalent among women world over.

This was made known on Tuesday in Abuja when the World Bank Education Director, Dr Jaime Saavedra Chanduvi with his team visited the University as part of his assessment tour of the 10 African Centres of Excellence (ACE) centres.

The World Bank has committed about $10 billion for the ACE project in Nigeria, as part of efforts to encourage conduct of cutting-edge research and specialisation of the beneficiaries institutions in specific development problems faced in Nigeria and indeed the African continent.

AUST is hosting one of the Centres of Excellence, known as Pan African Material Institute (PAMI), with research focus electrical power, disease detection and treatment.

Musujusu’s research, using macromolecular science is aimed at developing bio-degradable polymer material which could be used as alternative for the treatment of Bosom  cancer in the near future.

She revealed that her research focuses on triple negative Bosom  cancer which is the aggressive sub-type of Bosom  cancer that is common with women from African ancestry.

Musujusu, a Sierra-Leonian national is conducting the research under the sponsorship of the Pan African Materials Institute (PAMI).

Out of 19 African Centres of Excellence, 10 Nigerian tertiary institutions won slots to churn out special research works that could compete effectively with global standards.

The ACE universities include Redeemers University, Mowe; Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria; University of Jos, Jos; University of Benin and African University of Science and Technology, Abuja.

Others are University of Port-Harcourt; Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife; Bayero University, Kano; Benue State University, Makurdi; and Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.

It would be recalled that when the Ebola Virus Disease broke out in Nigeria in the year 2014, one of the ACE centres, Redeemers University served as the testing site before it was brought under control.

Musujusu said, “My research is actually centred on the development of bio-degradable polymers for treatment of Bosom  cancer.”

“I will be focusing on triple negative Bosom  cancer which is actually the aggressive sub-type of Bosom  cancer that is common with women from African ancestry.”

“I believe there is a bright future for Africa, and as a woman there is much more we can do if we are empowered. This award given to me by PAMI has empowered me to face my studies with more confidence and actually contribute to the frontier of knowledge and move Africa forward.”

cypanyahucha at 2-03-2018 09:29PM (1 year ago)
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This is great
slimber at 2-03-2018 09:32PM (1 year ago)
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Good work
ehudomalt at 2-03-2018 10:56PM (1 year ago)
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good girl others are busy cousin trouble here and there
gogoman at 2-03-2018 11:22PM (1 year ago)
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better pikin
fineboy77 at 3-03-2018 02:10AM (1 year ago)
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Kasedope at 3-03-2018 03:55AM (1 year ago)
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Nigerians are really talented... it's just buhari...
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Jeonleon at 3-03-2018 11:11AM (1 year ago)
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@Poster, did you peruse the article before copying and pasting? It mentions her as a Sierra-Leonean, not Nigerian!