Focus On: Nigeria Dismisses HIV/Aids Cure Claim
, Tue 15 Jan, 03:25 am
The National Agency for Food, Drug Administration and Control has labelled a medical professor's claim of inventing a cure for the treatment of HIV/Aids as bogus.
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Nigeria: How to Spot Fake Cure Claims
Vanguard (Lagos), 15 January 2013
Who makes the claims?
Vanguard (Lagos), 13 January 2013
AS expected, it was a joyous news on Tuesday when the Dean, School of Basic Medical Sciences, University of Benin (UNIBEN), Prof. Isaiah Ibeh, announced the development of a new drug that can possibly cure HIV and AIDS. However, the joy was short-lived after the claim became controversial.
Nigeria: HIV/Aids - No Cure for Now for Sure
Vanguard (Lagos), 14 January 2013
Last week, the Dean of the School of Basic Medical Science, University of Benin, Benin City, Edo State, Professor Isaiah Ibeh, claimed to have developed a possible cure for HIV/AIDS. He had claimed that his discovery , a herbal drug called bioclean II (DXL - Deconcuction X-Liquid), was capable of wiping out HIV or significantly lowering its load within a month.