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Central Region of Ghana Infected With Syphilis and HIV According to the HSS Report – VyGone Offers Treatments.
Date:12/27/2012

Boise, Idaho (PRWEB) December 27, 2012

The Ghana Business News is a well known website which keeps tabs on the latest happenings and news in Ghana. As the World AIDS Day approached, the website uploaded an article on the 28th of November which was related to the celebrations of the campaign, “Accelerating to Zero,” being held in the country. This campaign was started to fight STDs (sexually transmitted diseases) so that the people could lead normal lives. However, syphilis rates have significantly increased in the past few years, particularly in the central region of the country. Doctors have conducted studies to determine the percentage increase in such diseases. The findings are published in reports such as the HSS. The news was published on http://www.ghanabusinessnews.com/2012/11/28/central-region-tops-hiv-syphilis-cases-in-ghana/ and it further stated that doctors are encouraging Ghana residents to seek treatment for syphilis and to avoid indulging in unprotected sex.

VyGone has introduced treatments for Syphilis, and provides remedies to help eradicate the symptoms before they arise. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (http://www.cdc.gov/std/syphilis/stdfact-syphilis.htm) Syphilis is an STD that affects a large number of people around the world each year. A lot of famous people have also been known to have contracted it. The disease shows itself in four different stages throughout a person’s lifetime. The third and fourth stages are known to have deleterious effects on health. However, the disease can be stopped from progressing so far if treatment for syphilis is started in due time. The first stage shows itself in the forms of painless red sores that may form on the genitals, lips or inside the mouth. If left untreated, these disappear within a few days and the person might feel that the diseases has died down. But this is not the case. Syphilis remains in the body and may show itself again in a few years time, only to become more harmful later on.

VyGone states, those people who develop such sores should first find out which disease is causing them, and then start immediate treatment to save themselves from suffering and harm. VyGone is a website designed to help such people. VyGone offers treatments and information regarding Syphilis on http://www.ultimatecoldsoretreatment.com. Effective treatments for syphilis, warts treatments, herpes remedies, etc, are all available on the website. Visit http://www.ultimatecoldsoretreatment.com/ to find out the causes and effects of such diseases and infections and to find the perfect cures for them.

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