COA FS drug by Ghanaian doctor Duncan is not a cure for Coronavirus - Manufacturers

COA FS drug by Ghanaian doctor Duncan is not a cure for Coronavirus - Manufacturers

- The manufactures of COA FS have denied media reports that COA FS is a cure for Coronavirus

- A disclaimer published on the website of the Center of Awareness Global Peace Mission (COA GPM), said COA FS is an immune booster and viral load suppressing drug

- COA GPM, therefore, dissociated itself from such publications and set the record straight

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The manufactures of COA FS, have denied media reports that COA FS, an immune booster and viral load suppressing drug is a cure for Coronavirus also called Covid-19.

A disclaimer published on the website of the Center of Awareness Global Peace Mission (COA GPM) noted that recent media reports that the drug is a cure for the Covid-19 virus are not accurate.

The disclaimer indicated that COA SF is not a cure for Coronavirus and also reiterated that during a recent presser, neither Professor Samuel Ato Duncan nor any speaker at the press conference alluded to the fact that COA FS is a cure for Coronavirus.

COA GPM, therefore, dissociated itself from such publications and set the record straight.

During the press conference, the Executive President of the Center, Professor Duncan appealed to the government and the global research community to subject COA FS to further test and injection to determine its effectiveness against COVID-19.

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An earlier report by YEN.com.gh indicated that some COVID-19 sufferers in China claimed that they recovered after using the COA FS immune booster.

Prof. Samuel Ato Duncan (H.C.), called on the government to assist with scientific confirmation of supplement's potency to suppress COVID-19 to boost Ghana's readiness against the spread of the disease in the country.

His call rallied on the fact that samples of COA FS drugs were sent to China upon a request and sufferers who administered the products claimed they recovered.

''We sent some COA FS products to China just about two weeks ago to try on coronavirus patients and information reaching us indicates that there has been a significant improvement in the condition of some infected patients who were given COA FS products. Even though it is good news, to us it is not scientific, hence not conclusive,'' he explained.

Meanwhile, Coronavirus has claimed at least over 8,000 lives globally as at the time this was being published.

In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Mary Wilson, a female lecturer in the Faculty of Health and Allied Sciences at the Koforidua Technical University has shared easy, efficient and cheaper ways of dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic.

According to the lecturer, recent research has proven that the COVID-19 can only live up to 15 minutes when subjected to temperatures of about 56 degrees Celsius.

Wilson also noted that the doctors who helped fight against the SARS virus are recommending that people use hand-dryers or soners in preventing or managing COVID-19. She reiterated that COVID-19 lie beneath the nose, where the sinuses are and in the throat for a couple of days before they go into the lungs to infect sufferers.

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