Many Ghanaians and others all over the world are familiar with the drug COA FS. The Ghanaian made drug has received world acclaim after numerous testimonies about its efficacy. It is rumoured to have healed people from numerous ailments. The Food and Drugs Authority issued a release about a certain batch of the popular drug sometime ago. They said that particular batch is infected with some bacteria. The manufacturers of the drug also came out to refute that release. It became a back and forth affair. Many were also alleging that it was a deliberate attempt to bring down the company for the great strides they are making in the health industry. As a result, the drug was recalled from the market. It was rebranded and introduced later as COA MIXTURE. The manufacturers have assured Ghanaians of the safety of the drug.
The man in charge of the Centre of Awareness centre, the makers of the popular COA FS drug is alleging that some scientists and big people want him dead because he has found a cure for the dreaded HIV/AIDS disease. According to Dr Samuel Ato Duncan, attempts have been made on his life since 2007 to prevent him from making public a drug that can cure HIV. He expressed his frustrations at attempts to aimed at preventing him from saving the world from such a deadly disease.
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