University of Nigeria Claims Discover Drugs for HIV / AIDS
The Dean of the University of Benin (UNIBEN) in Nigeria, which is located in the capital of Edo State in the south of the country, on Tuesday (8/1) announced the discovery of a new herbal drug that can beat HIV and AIDS, and urged patient to be try it.
Dean of the School of Basic Medical Sciences, UNIBEN, Isaiah Ibeh, herbal medicine is revealed to reporters. He said the drug has undergone a series of successful trials in the laboratory and by medical experts in Nigeria and the United States, where the drug is passed in a more critical test.
“Drugs retrovirus that there is a drug intervention for treatment of AIDS, but we are finding new drugs that might work,” he added.
According Ibeh, the university has tried researching herbal medicine first and toksiologi analysis and found that it has a large margin of safety prior to disclosure to the public. “This means that if animals or humans exposed to it, they will not suffer serious harm from exposure at all,” he said.
University of Nigeria was also claimed to have obtained results are refreshing and revealing, after bacteriological analysis of the drug. After that, the university examines its effects on the virus.
“The drug has shown good results in patients infected with HIV virus and have shown evidence of the total recovery of damaged tissue. The results showed an increase in body weight of the person using the DX, “Ibeh said.
He said further trials were conducted to ascertain the stage of a patient will be given medication proved negative after that. He explained that the endorsement was so necessary because it is used to measure whether the infection is still there or not.
“Preliminary results show the five most recent patient is given oral medication within seven months, three of them showed a negative sign, while two others are still positive,” he explains. At the same time, he begged the government and other relevant institutions in order to help Nigerian universities by providing equipment needed to conduct the research.