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August, 2017

July, 2017

  • 29 July

    No man should attempt to ignore prostate cancer, but to get informed about it

    A Ghanaian Man who has good prostate health has a hundred goals; a person who doesn’t have health has but one goal. Every man has a prostate, but every prostate doesn’t have to make every man miserable. This all-too commonly bothersome gland is the source of a lot of grief …

  • 29 July

    Two nurses sacked for ‘ignoring patients’, going live on Facebook while at work

    Two Ghanaian nurses, who have been identified as Tracy Ewurama and Ramatu are reportedly on the chopping board after going live on Facebook while at work. According to reports, video of the nurses going live on Facebook went viral after Adom FM shared it on its Facebook page. Consequently, the …

  • 17 July

    Expedite action on the passage of the alternative medicine bill…Association to Parliament

    By Amag The President of the Alternative Medicine Association of Ghana (AMAG), Dr Raphael Nyarkotey Obu, has called for the creation of a ministry for traditional and alternative medicine as a measure to mainstream those aspects of healthcare delivery into the country’s health system. He has also urged Parliament to …

  • 1 July

    Catholic Hospital, Battor gets PRCGA’s support

    By Joseph Kobla Wemakor Phoenix Resource Centre Global Aid Ghana (PRCGA), a Ghanaian-based non-governmental charitable organization has presented an Enhanced Visual Assessment (EVA) system, a mobile colposcope for cervical screening to the cervical cancer prevention and training centre of the Catholic Hospital, Battor at a cost of $1,500. According to …

June, 2017

  • 28 June

    Choosing the best urologist in Ghana

    It is very important to consider some important questions before you commit your health into the hands of Mainstream Urologist in Ghana. There may come a time when you need to seek the advice of a urological specialist: a physician who has the knowledge, skills and experience needed to help …

  • 12 June

    The Case For Declaration Of ‘Fathers Day’ As National Prostate Cancer Day In Ghana

    Men’s Health Foundation Ghana is the National Peak body of Prostate Cancer and the leading Men’s Charity in the country. We are a registered charity with the broad aim to raise awareness of prostate cancer, provide the necessary national policy on the disease and improve the lives of men diagnosed …

  • 4 June

    Doing it for Dad: Why we’re on a Walk for Men this Father’s Day

    Our new Walk for Men events over the Father’s Day  will bring hundreds of families together in Oda in the eastern region to walk in support of those affected by prostate cancer. We speak to some of them about the dads they’ll be walking alongside or in memory of, and …