- Dr Jean-Jacques Muyembe, a medical practitioner in the Democratic Republic of Congo, has reportedly discovered a cure for Ebola
- The breakthrough came after forty years of research and Dr. Muyembe considers it as the achievement of his life
- The drug can cure Ebola in an hour and about 90% of patients can be successfully cured if treatment comes early
The Ebola virus caused a scare in may African countries and at a point became a continental epidemic many feared.
A medical practitioner, Dr Jean-Jacques Muyembe, appears to have finally discovered the antidote after about 40 years of research.
Dr Jean-Jacques Muyembe says that he considers the breakthrough as the achievement of his life.
Information available to YEN.com.gh shows that the drug created by Dr Jean-Jacques Muyembe’s team can cure Ebola in an hour.
Per a Face2faceAfrica.com report, patients in the Democratic Republic of Congo successfully used the drugs, and it was realized that over 90% of patients can live if treatment comes early.
Meanwhile, Dr Marc Regis Hannah who was an electrical engineer with a focus in computer graphics, is recognized as the man who introduced 3D graphics into the world.
Dr. Hannah was born on October 13, 1956 and at an early age, excelled in math and science.
During Hannah’s time at Stanford, he teamed up with Professor Jim Clark to work on 3D graphics.
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