Ghana has potential cure for HIV/AIDS - WHO representative

Ghana has potential cure for HIV/AIDS - WHO representative

- Newly appointed representative from the World Health Organisation (WHO) says Ghana has a potential cure for HIV/AIDS

- Dr. Jacob Simon Barnor is calling on the AIDS commission to support the COA FS as a potential cure for HIV/AIDS

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The battle against a cure for HIV/AIDS in Ghana keeps getting intense with the latest being the tussle between the Ghana AIDS Commission and the Centre for Health Awareness - an indigenous health centre which has successfully come up with an autoimmune drug aimed at fighting diseases in the body.

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The Centre for Health Awareness has been in the news over the past few years after it came up with a “wonder drug” called the COA FS.

Since its establishment, this wonder drug has been reported of having the capacity to reverse the replication of strains of the HIV infection in the human body.

This development has even seen some persons living with HIV/AIDS shun their antiretroviral medication for the natural supplement of COA FS - a move which has seen the Ghana AIDS Commission bare its teeth at the Centre for Awareness over this wonder drug.

According to newly appointed representative to the World Health Organization (WHO) for the fight against polio in Africa, Dr. Jacob Simon Barnor such sabotage against COA FS is absolutely scandalous.

Speaking at a farewell party organized for him by Noguchi Memorial Centre for Medical Research as he leaves the centre to take up the new role with WHO as Lead for Polio control in Africa, entreated officials of the Ghana AIDS commission to rather consider supporting the wonder drug as the future cure for HIV in Ghana.

"The only way to fight HIV and other viruses effectively is to find a drug that is able to smoke them out of the tissues into the bloodstream and flush them out, and that is exactly what COA FS does," he revealed.

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