About fifty percent of Ghanaian men from forty years and above are likely to develop prostate cancer, a condition that commonly affects the urinary bladder in men by the next ten years.

Accroding to the Chief Executive Officer [CEO] of Wohaw Ne Sen Research and Herbal Clinic in Agona Swedru Dr. Kofi Twum Barima, the rate of the development of the disease is gradually becoming alarming, with men as young as thirty five years having signs of the condition.

He mentioned masterbation, bad sexual habits and excessive intake of the numerous chemically induced alcoholic drinks and organic foods on the market as well as other medical conditions including sexually transimitted infections [STIs] like gornorea and siphilis which are not treated in time, as some of the contributory factors to the condition.

He however allay the fear that one becomes sexually incapacitated permanently the moment he develops the condition, assuring that there is herbal medicine to treat the condition for good.

He disclosed that his Centre has so far treated over twenty prostate cancer patients who are currently going about their normal duties as men.

By; Robert Ayanful

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