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Optimistic:
Anybody have any info about this??

http://www.irna.ir/en/news/view/line-203/0609053138183222.htm

Justin

J.R.E.:
Hello Justin,

Here's some links on the woman, that is author of that book shown on that link.


http://www.quackwatch.org/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/Cancer/clark.html



And another :

http://www.healthwatcher.net/Quackerywatch/Hulda_Clark/index.html



And this one :


http://www.quackwatch.org/11Ind/bolensuit.html






Ray





Ihavehope:
From Iran? If they did have the cure, how accessible would it be here in the U.S.. Can this be a ploy? I hope it's true although most people who have knowledge and do research claim the cure is no where near. I always wonder how they can cure cancer and not AIDS. Mutations occur but damn it I am sure they can make it stop some way or the other forever. I pray every day for a cure in my lifetime.

hussy_24:
the original article is from september 5th last year, i did a quick search again using the name of the health minister and funnily enough there is another article of yesterdays date:

http://www.irna.ir/en/news/view/line-16/0702037128141748.htm


Iranian scientists discover herbal medicine for AIDS
Tehran, Feb 3, IRNA
Iran-AIDS-IMOD
Minister of Health Kamran Baqeri Lankarani on Saturday said that Iran's young scientists have discovered herbal medicine that can control the spread of the HIV/AIDS virus in an infected person.

"The medicine is produced from herbs using nano technology," he said.

"The herbal medicine effectively controls the spread of the AIDS virus in the blood system and increases a person's immunity," he said while addressing a ceremony to honor great achievements of young Iranian scientists.

The medicine, called IMOD, was invented by 15 research centers after four to five years of work. It has been tested on 200 volunteer patients.

IMOD is the fifth generation of medicines against AIDS in the world. The first generation of medicines prevents the spread of the virus and the second prevents infection with the virus.

The third generation prevents the spread of the AIDS virus in a patient while the fourth boosts the body's immunity.

Deputy Health Minister for Food and Medicine Rassoul Dinarvand told IRNA here Saturday that the herbal medicine against AIDS will be mass produced and made available to the public.

He added that the medicine will not kill the HIV virus but will effectively block its spread in the body.

News sent: 14:17 Saturday February 03, 2007 Print

hussy_24:
also found on yahoo news:

http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20070203/hl_afp/iranmedicinehealth_070203114211;_ylt=Aq9CJfNDDXdDSaXn9xAY1hmbOrgF;_ylu=X3oDMTA2ZGZwam4yBHNlYwNmYw--

Iran unveils herbal remedy against AIDS

Sat Feb 3, 6:42 AM ET
 
TEHRAN (AFP) - Health Minister Kamran Baqeri Lankarani has announced that        Iran's scientists have produced a herbal medicine that boosts the human's body immunity system against the        HIV/        AIDS virus.

"The herbal-based medication, called IMOD, serves to control the AIDS virus and increases the body's immunity," Baqeri Lankarani was quoted as saying by the official news agency IRNA.

"It is not a medication to kill the virus, it rather can be used besides other anti-retroviral drugs," Baqeri Lankarani said on state radio.

The drug, made after five years of research, has been tested on 200 patients, IRNA said, adding that it is considered the fifth generation of medications helping control the HIV/AIDS virus.

"This is a substance good for both AIDS patients and those who carry the virus without showing the symptoms," the director of the project, Mohammad Farhadi, told state television.

Farhadi said the medication will now be tested on some 3,000 to 5,000 Iranian patients in the next year to monitor its efficacy.

Health Minister Baqeri Lankarani said that the number of HIV/AIDS cases in Iran stands at around 14,000 while 1,700 people have died of the disease.

Last June, Iranian officials warned about the rapid spread of HIV/AIDS infections in the country due to a surge in intravenous drug usage.

"If no action is taken against the spread of this disease as quickly as possible, the number of those infected will reach 100,000 by the end of the next Iranian year (March 2008)," said Iran's deputy health minister, Moayed Alavian.

Iran is believed to have at least two million regular drug users -- and possibly as many as 3.5 million. Alavian said addiction is growing by around eight percent a year.

Intravenous drug use is believed to be the main cause of HIV/AIDS infection at 62.3 percent, followed by "unknown causes" at 27.9 percent and sexual contact at 7.4 percent.

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