A Biafran found a cure for HIV
Mr Ezeibe a Biafran has found a cure for HIV, and it has been approved by world health organisation.
The HIV cure was founded by a Nigerian doctor on 01/05/2015, and it has now been approved today world wide - 07/08/2017 after a meeting with the Nigerian ministry of health and expect from the World Health Organization(WHO). He also mentioned that the drug will be free of charge to Nigerians.
The VC of Micheal Okpara University also said that Ezeibe had equally presented the drug to his colleagues in the medical field and nobody had contradicted his findings.
“Prof. Ezeibe is a researcher in Veterinary Medicine and one may wonder how he discovered a drug to cure a human ailment,” he said. He commended Ezeibe for the breakthrough by saying: “He has brought honour to the University and we are proud of him.”
Otunta said that Micheal Okpara University is in the process of mass production of the drug for further clinical trials on persons living with HIV/AIDS in the country.
Ezeibe, who is a professor of Veterinary Medicine and Clinical Virology, said that the drug is being produced with Aluminum Silicate and Magnesium Silicate (Synthetic Aluminum-Magnesium Silicate). And added that the two minerals utilised “are already in use as medicines for the treatment of various animal and human diseases”. He said that 10 persons living with the disease, “who volunteered’’, will be made to apply through their doctor to the VC. “They will be treated daily with the Medicinal Synthetic Aluminum-Magnesium Silicate (50 mg/kg),” he said.
In addition, Ezeibe said that those volunteers will be subjected to monthly tests for viral loads and CD4-lymphocyte counts. “With the antiviral effects of the medicine, its ability to reach all cells (as nanoparticles) and the lymphocytes, and there is no more hiding place (sanctuary) for HIV,” he said. And announced that the medicine had been used to potentate Ampicilin, Chloroquine, Piperazine and Sulphadimidin, among others, and could be a major foreign exchange earner for Nigeria, if approved by the relevant authorities.
Vic Law on September 08, 2017