Under the agreement, TNIB will deliver safer radiation therapy, new-targeted drug therapies and minimally invasive surgical alternatives as well as support patients with its patented therapies to boost the immune system and improve the quality of life.

TNI BioTech said the clinic will serve as the hub for several other general health care clinics throughout Equatorial Guinea and the surrounding countries and provide treatments for cancer and other infectious diseases.

TNI BioTech spokesperson Herndon said the partnership will allow to begin to deliver quality care not only to the people of Equatorial Guinea but hopefully throughout Africa.

"The need for quality care is critical because today advanced cancer treatment is available in only 23 of Africa’s 53 countries, reaching less than 5% of the (total African) population," Herndon added.