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Remove all doubts in Africa’s ability to combat pandemic -Africabio Enterprise Inc. CEO to lab scientists

Remove all doubts in Africa’s ability to combat pandemic -Africabio Enterprise Inc. CEO to lab scientists

Founder and CEO of Africabio Enterprise Inc. Candace B. Eastman has urged laboratory professionals to erase every doubt and master courage to ensure diagnostic capability and vaccine sufficiency is the surest panacea to combating infectious diseases in Africa.

Speaking at opening of 8th CelebrateLab West Africa Conference on Wednesday 20 April 2022 in Accra-Ghana, Founder and CEO of Africabio Enterprise Inc. Candace B. Eastman said “Let’s remove all doubts that together we can ensure diagnostic capability and vaccine sufficiency is panacea to combating infectious diseases in Africa ——as we move further away from a pandemic that has truly brought about questions about Africa, curiosity in the who, what, when, where, and how —–that if we are engaged with each other, we will be the paradigm shift”.

Africabio Enterprise Inc. Founder Candace B. Eastman also wants researchers, Chief Executive Officers and academic within the lab sector to be given enough recognition for knowledge acquisition and transformation.

“Let’s us recognize the CEOs, researchers and those in academia who shape the path of curiosity and transforms knowledge into new technologies and new advancements in science. Scientists driving publications coming out of W. Africa”, Eastman noted.

Founder and CEO of Africabio Enterprise Inc. Candace B. Eastman speaking at opening of 8th CelebrateLab West Africa Conference, Accra-Ghana.

Read the full statement :

First let me say thank you to a topnotch group of professional for putting together what I know will be an excellent 2-days of sessions here in Accra at the 8th Annual CelebrateLab W. Africa!!

Ambassadors please stand. They find the time in their busy schedules to spend in thoughtful deliberation about what is critical to emphasize to the professionals attending onsite and virtually. (Be seated)
This event doesn’t happen overnight—it takes up to 8-10months of planning—why? Because as scientists we are all about critical thinking, investigation, consideration, identification, analysis, boldness, willingness, and patience to ensure quality results. Results may not always be pretty and wrapped in a bow but our Ambassadors try to ensure they put into the programs the most up to date discussions in order that the conference itself is a catalyst for change.

Change in the perspective of how to shape scientific thinking in the clinical lab and research environment, change in seeing W. Africa as a spring board for knowledge driven by the medical and research needs of W. Africa and the scientists who are tipping the scales for better diagnosis and innovation in solving unmet needs.
I want to recognize the policy makers who ensure we’re working within an environment that demands continuous improvements in standards and quality, ensure protection of patient information and human subjects in research, and promotes innovation by ensuring the recognition of scientists and holding us accountable.

Let us recognize the CEOs, researchers and those in academia who shape the path of curiosity and transforms knowledge into new technologies and new advancements in science. Scientists driving publications coming out of W. Africa. Harvesting our data and ensuring it is utilized for our diseases of interest. Networking and sharing the information to pull together the broken pieces of emerging infectious diseases.
Let’s recognize the laboratory professionals in the clinical environment ensuring clear, concise, diagnostics in order to assist in differentiating emerging infectious disease, working with doctors and patients for the prevention of communicable diseases throughout disease management, honing the craft as our environment requires new knowledge. Updating and constantly upgrading skills to stay current on changes in medical technology, yet continuing to depend on our foundational knowledge in science to explain laboratory results.

We hope the magic happens here as we put all of our thinking caps on to bring together the bits and pieces that will create an atmosphere where everyone here today understands how their work significantly impacts the work of others in the room.
West Africa is makes up 5.1% of the world’s population and it ranks as the 2nd largest region on the continent. When we hold these conferences we get to showcase the great minds here, the top notch universities, top leading experts in the clinical laboratory and research ——and the direction of our companies, the regulatory environment for production and manufacturing in vaccines and diagnostics.

Let’s remove all doubts that together we can ensure diagnostic capability and vaccine sufficiency is panacea to combating infectious diseases in Africa ——as we move further away from a pandemic that has truly brought about questions about Africa, curiosity in the who, what, when, where, and how —–that if we are engaged with each other, we will be the paradigm shift.

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