As part of measures to fight against HIV/AIDS in the country, the Chief Executive Officer of Beautiful Beneath, Juliet Gyamfi has cautioned the public to either rely on condoms usage or abstain from unprotected sex in order not to contract the deadly virus.
In an interview with Modern Ghana, she said "This is a worrying issues and I feel the awareness must be more. If we keep pushing sex education away, this is what we will get."
Juliet Gyamfi urged the public to frequently do tests to know their status which helps reduce the infection rate.
Speaking on the recently held Free Breast Screening held in Tema, she revealed that 2% of the men are affected with breast cancer.
"It was a success. We recommend the men for supporting us on what awareness of the breast cancer. I will urge men to always examine their women to ensure that they don't have any extra lump", she noted.
Madam Gyamfi further disclosed that the health team did not record any breast cancer case in Tema.
On breast enlargement creams and pills, she sent a strong warning to ladies to desist from endangering their lives with undesirable products.
"Big breast for just 3 years. We didn't observe anything on girls using breast enlargement creams. We are still educating women to be careful of things that can cause problems".
She called on Government to bring back the Comprehensive Sexual Education (CSE) since it will educate the children on how to protect themselves from sexual predators.