The Society of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists of Ghana (SOGOG) has reacted to claims by Ghanaian media personality, Stacy Amoateng of contracting survival cancer after an implant of IUD into her system.
SOGOG cited inconsistencies in her remarks made on Citi TV about how she survived survival cancer which was published by zionfelix.net earlier.
Stacy revealed losing her hair, losing weight and lost appetite for food when combatting the disease after complications from IUD (birth control).
However, a rejoinder issued by the Society of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists of Ghana obtained by zionfelix.net states there is no scientific data or evidence to support Stacy’s assertion that any form of the Intrauterine Device (IUD) causes cervical cancer.
“The Society states emphatically that the Copper IUD, which is one of two forms of IUD available in the country is safe and effective for of long-term reversible contraception, and couples who desire to use them or are currently using them can safely do so without any fear or panic,” part of the rejoined signed by the President of Society of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists of Ghana, Dr Ali Samba read.
SOGOG advised women diagnosed with cervical cancer to comply with medical treatment which includes surgery and chemo-radiation therapy.
Read The Full Rejoinder Below.