New hope for HIV-AIDS patients

Lusaka- Zambia (PANA) -- A Chinese professor Tuesday told a press conference in Lusaka, Zambia that he had developed and manufactured a new retroviral drug against the HIV/AIDS.
Professor Tian Shengxun said that the drug, "Tian", is natural, has neither side effects nor toxicity.
Its three functions, he revealed, are to kill the HIV virus and reduce the Ribo-Nucleic Acid (RNA) viral load, boost the immune system and protect blood system, thus raising the CD4 cells.
Finally, it improves general health condition.
Shengxun's press conference followed a wide range of discussions on the HIV-AIDS by the 37th session of OAU Summit meeting in Lusaka.
The drug which bears the name of its inventor, "Tian", comes in tablets or capsules to be taken three times a day after meals for a period of four months.
Patients undergoing the Tian treatment are advised to keep themselves warm, avoid flue, malaria, stressful work and to take nutritious food and fluids.
Cold water is also not recommended.

10 july 2001 18:43:00

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