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Prof. Maurice Iwu

30 May
National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), yesterday, debunked claim of efficacy of IHP Detox Tea for the cure of COVID-19 patients, purportedly made by the Chief Executive Officer of Bioresources Development and Conservative Programme (BDCP), Prof. Maurice Iwu, in a national daily.
24 Feb
Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, Dr. Ogonnaya Onu, yesterday, in Abuja, said Nigeria has made over 90 per cent success in development of herbal cures for prostate and breast cancers.
24 Feb
A Presidential aspirant under Coalition of Opposition Parties (COP), Adewole Adebayo, has taunted former Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof. Maurice Iwu, that in all his reforms at the commission, he forgot to formulate herbal therapy for politicians.
9 Sep 2021
Recent studies have found that oral administration of palm oil tree extracts could be used to reverse damage caused by crude oil contamination of food products and water, and help to slow ageing and raise anti-tumour immune responses against breast cancer cells.
8 Jul 2016
More reasons are emerging why in recent times cancer, heart disease, kidney disease and respiratory diseases have become so common even as stakeholders propose a bachelor’s degree in herbal medicine in Nigerian universities.

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