- A Ghanaian professor, Dr Samuel Duncan has claimed that COA FS, a drug he produced has the potency to cure sufferers of coronavirus
- Dr Samuel Duncan claimed the organic supplement has already cured two Covid-19 sufferers in China
- The two infected persons were allegedly cured in five days after they administered the products
- Dr Samuel Duncan recently called on the global community to conduct a trial test and injection to determine the potency of COA FS
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Professor Samuel Duncan, a Ghanaian doctor has claimed that COA FS, a drug he produced has the potency to cure sufferers of coronavirus.
Although his claim is yet to be affirmed scientifically, Prof. Duncan reinforced COA FS is a potential cure for coronavirus in an interview with GHOne News.
COA FS is said to be working perfectly on a few patients that got infected with the coronavirus in China.
Dr. Duncan claims that his drug cured two patients in China who were on the verge of dying after getting infected with the disease but recovered in just five days after administering the organic supplement.
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He called on the World Health Organization (WHO) to open their doors and test his medication to determine the potency of his home-made product.
Professor Duncan wants the global community to conduct a trial test for his organic supplement and injection as a potential cure for COVID-19.
Already, fifty boxes of the product have been sent to China following a request by a Chinese national who knows about the drugs.
GHOne News reported that in the last two weeks the supplement has helped a number of COVID-19 sufferers in China.
Professor Samuel Duncan said the supplement supports the human immune system which enables their recovery.
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that just as this latest married couple, 2020 has kicked off as a very wonderful and memorable year for some people as they tied the knot with their ''soul mates'' in blissful nuptials.
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Biney and her sweetheart tied the knot in a beautiful traditional marriage on February 8, 2020 in Accra and gorgeous images of her styled in stunning African print evokes blissful nostalgia.
With nearly visible trembling lips showing in the pictures, Biney who was overwhelmed by love got married to her prince with her heart full of joy.
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