- A herbal service provider in Ghana, Nobel Trust Herbal Clinic has been recognized as the best liver treatment ventre of the year
- The CEO of the clinic, Dr George Donkor thanked the organizers of the award scheme for acknowledging the role of the clinic in the Ghanaian society
- Nobel Trust Herbal Clinic uses various herbal options to treat kidney, liver, heart, and other diseases
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Nobel Trust Herbal Clinic, a herbal service provider in Ghana has been awarded the Best Liver Treatment Centre of the Year at the just ended West African Traditional Alternative Medical Award Ceremony.
A publication by Myjoyonline.com reported that Nobel Trust Herbal Clinic provides quality herbal services to Ghanaians and individuals outside the country. They specialize in using herbal and alternative medicine in treating kidney, liver, heart, and other diseases.
Nobel Trust Herbal clinic has expertise in treating acute and chronic diseases such as stroke, erectile dysfunction, infertility, prostate disorder, high blood pressure, diabetes among others.
Dr George Donkor, the Chief Executive Officer of the Clinic expressed his gratitude to the organizers of the award scheme for recognizing his efforts in saving lives.
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He also encouraged Ghanaians to continue patronizing Nobel Trust Herbal Clinic.
Young Ghanaian Lady Gertrude Bluttey Develops Kidney Disease; Needs GHc20k For Surgery
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that an ambitious Ghanaian lady, Gertrude Bluttey, is currently in need of public support as she has developed kidney disease and requires GHc 20,000 to have a surgical procedure.
Speaking to YEN.com.gh about the predicament, a close relative, Benedicta Diabah, revealed that the young lady has reached a stage that requires urgent intervention.
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The lady, who is only 32 years old, is a student at the Benki Media Institution at Beki Radio located inside Ashaiman Washington.
Anyone in the capacity to help is entreated to make their donations via the MOMO number 0245887927 bearing the name Gertrude Bluttey.
According to onlinelibrary.wiley.com, the burden of chronic kidney disease (CKD) is rapidly rising in developing countries due to astronomical increases in key risk factors including hypertension and diabetes.
"Optimizing blood pressure control and limiting the use of herbal preparations may mitigate CKD occurrence in high cardiovascular risk populations in developing countries," it further stated.
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