As a matter of urgency, the Executive President, Centre of Awareness (COA) Global Peace Mission Professor Samuel Ato Duncan, has called on Government, World Health Organisation and all relevant bodies to join hands with his outfit to conduct the study on COVID-19 which is claiming innocent lives.
According to him, the fast rate at which the COVID-19 is spreading across the globe poses a serious threat to global peace, hamper supply chains, lead to stigma, mistrust, and violations of the principles of the International Health Regulations.
Stressing that, there is an urgent need for global partnership in conducting research on its products to ascertain their clinical effectiveness against the COVID-19.
Professor Samuel Ato Duncan made this known during a press conference in Accra. “The vision of, Centre of Awareness (COA) Global Peace Mission is to be a selfless Non-Governmental Organisation with a divine mission poised at looking at the total welfare and wellbeing of humanity on earth,” he explained.
“However, in order to find an antidote to the CODVI-19, the Centre, about two weeks ago we sent some of the COA products to China via an individual, to be tried on patients infected with the virus.
Information reaching us indicates that there has been a significant improvement in the condition of some infected patients who were given COA products.
Even though this was good news, it was not scientific and not conclusive, and that was why it was calling for further collaborative research for wider empirical evidence,” he stated.
The COA FS product is a pure organic dietary supplement which bioenergises, rejuvenates and harmonises the immunological cells as it said to contain phytochemical compounds, which warrant its use as supplement in human health.
He explained that all diseases affecting mankind these days took seat in the body when the immune system was suppressed.
This he said, if the immune system was functioning properly, it identifies a variety of disease-causing organisms including viruses, bacteria, fungi, moulds and other parasites, and distinguished them from the body’s own healthy tissues for destruction.
“The Centre believes and hopes that there would be positive results from the trials, and when that occurs, then Ghana and the rest of the world could adopt the formula and the product as the antidote to the COVID-19,” he emphasised.
Professor Samuel Ato Duncan in 2012, outdoor the COA drug, which is purely herbal based and has the potential to destroy about 80 percent of the HIV/AIDS virus within two hours of its administration.
Source: Isaac Kofi Dzokpo/newsghana.com.gh