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COA Mixture is not an HIV and AIDS Drug, it is for Healthy Living - Prof Duncan

COA Mixture a herbal medicine that supports the treatment of various illnesses and General well-being has been relaunched in Accra as a means of assuring the public of its safety and efficacy in the treatment of infections and other diseases. 

The Founder and CEO of COA Research and Manufacturing Company leader, Prof. Samuel Ato Duncan explained that COA Mixture was a well-researched plant medicine that had been scientifically developed and approved by the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) as a medicine for the general wellbeing of all persons. He further espoused that the mixture is so powerful that it preserves itself and have unique Vito chemicals that supports the immune system for healthy living. 

 “It is not an HIV and AIDS drug. COA Mixture is for healthy living; it is a 100 per cent natural product from plants and without any artificial preservatives,” he emphasized.

Prof. Ato Duncan asserted that the COA Mixture which is manufactured for the general wellbeing of all persons should be taken whether sick or not to promote total health of the individual. He also indicated that COA Mixture is one of the best medicines the world has ever produced because of the marvelous testimonies across the world from its users.

The CEO further revealed that COA Research and Manufacturing Company is close to another research breakthrough in plant medicine that will make the country realize about $32 billion annually.

“When successful, Ghana stands to realize not less than 32billion dollars from this plant medicine, this will bring economic relieve to Ghana and also get treatment for some diseases the world is struggling to treat.” he noted. 

Prof. Samuel Ato Duncan also donated an amount of GH¢100,000 to the Ghana Federation of Traditional Medicine Practitioners Association (GHAFTRAM) to assist members to register and certify their herbal products.

The Minister of Trade and Industry, Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, who was the keynote speaker opined that Ghana's dependence on Gold and Cocoa is unsustainable and therefore a need to diversify the economy by considering the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry as a potential sector for complete economic growth. 

He explained that the most difficult challenge confronting the country is unemployment and efforts of COA Research and Manufacturing Company Limited must be applauded for the creation of jobs for the teeming youth of the country.

Hon. Kyerematen further revealed that Ghana produces only 30% of drugs and imports about 70% of our requirement which is not acceptable and that government will support any efforts of entrepreneurs to soar up the production of drugs in the country. He concluded with a firm commitment from his ministry and government to support the activities of COA Research and Manufacturing Company Limited moving forward.

A Deputy Minister of Health, Mahama Asei Seini, advised all herbal Medicine producers to take a cue from Prof. Ato Duncan and present their herbal products for scientific scrutiny and approval of the FDA so as to be adopted for use by all.

By Derick Botsyoe and Jeorge Wilson Kingson

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