Kwamena Sam Biney has confirmed how Doctors declared one of his colleague workers positive for Tuberculosis and told him not to come to the studio Until he is healed at a certain workplace.
They were all afraid because they felt it was a rumour but it happened to be real.
According to him, that gave two confirmations indicating that Tuberculosis (tb) is real and again Tuberculosis is curable.
Explaining further, Doctor Rachel who was in the studio to throw more light on the TB Day begged Kwamena Sam Biney and his colleague Captain Smart to help the Ghana Health Service to spread the message about Tuberculosis.
That will help the public to know more about the diseases and its prevention.
.He further Explained that TB is not deadly as it used to be. That is why it has gone through many stages of eradicating it from the system totally.
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