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June, 2017

  • 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 …

  • 4 June

    Go for prostate check on Father’s Day’ – Dzifa Bedi

    Men’s Health Foundation Ghana (MHFG), a charity organization working to prevent prostate cancer amongst Ghanaian men, has called on fathers to take up the challenge in the upcoming Father’s Day to check if they have prostate cancer.   The organization, during President Mahama’s administration pushed for the declaration of Father’s Day …

May, 2017

  • 30 May

    Father’s Day: Women advised to Stand by their Men Against Prostate Cancer

    Women advised to Stand by their Men Against Prostate cancer this Fathers day Yvonne Dzifa Bedi is one of Ghana’s leading independent full-service Stand by you r Man , campaigner since 2014 and, in Ghana, more than 1,000 men are diagnosed yearly with prostate cancer and 800 death She joined …

  • 18 May

    The De facto of cancers (Part 2)

    By  Dr.  Raphael Nyarkotey Obu Actually, this bacterium does many other things to create cancer cells, protect cancer cells from the immune system and spread cancer. In fact, the characteristics of this bacterium are mind-numbing. Thus, the claim by cancer researchers (who are funded by the pharmaceutical industry) that DNA …

  • 17 May

    The De facto of Cancers (Part 1)

    By Dr. Raphael Nyarkotey Obu I love this article from CancerTutor.com. According to Cancer Tutors, when talking about what causes cancer, we need to talk about it at two different levels. The first level is talking about cancer at the systemic level, meaning what conditions in the body allowed cancer …

  • 17 May

    GE Healthcare Partners Ridge Regional Hospital for better health in Ghana

    Today, Greater Ridge Regional Hospital houses the single largest installation of GE Healthcare equipment in Ghana ACCRA, Ghana, May 17, 2017/ — GE (NYSE: GE) (www.GE.com), the world’s Digital Industrial Company has partnered with the Ghana Ministry of Health and Bouygues Batimat International with the support of the US Government …

  • 12 May

    Nigeria Legend Award conferred on Ghanaian Prostate Cancer Doctor on a Mission

    by Afedi Ayore, Nigeria Dr. Raphael Nyarkotey Obu a well known figure in the crusade against Prostate cancer in Ghana has been conferred the Nigeria Legend Award by the Nigeria Drug Law Enforcement Agency Ambassadors led by the President, Dr. Ife Akinse . The NDLEA role is to discourage the Youth …

  • 12 May

    Why Everything You Know About Prostate Cancer Is Wrong

    Doctor on a mission writes: Prostate problems in men are happening to more and more of us and at an earlier age than before. Men in their 30s, 40s and 50s are now demonstrating prostate problems symptoms, and this was very rare a generation ago. Even if you think you …

  • 11 May

    Ghanaian Prostate Cancer Doctor on a Mission in Nigeria

    by Afedi Ayore, Nigeria Dr. Raphael Nyarkotey Obu is one of the Doctors Holistic Medicine and Men’s Health outdoors. He is a well known figure in the crusade against Prostate cancer. He is a genius in the field of prostate cancer and it is an area where he could debate …