Egypt’s army claims for cure of HIV and Hepatitis

2014-04-14 00:50:26 | Al Muslim News
Egypt’s army claims for cure of HIV and Hepatitis

 

The Egyptian military medical unit claims that it has found a cure for AIDS and hepatitis. With the grace of my God at the rate of 100 percent I defeated AIDS. And I defeated hepatitis C,” the head of the Cancer Treatment and Screening Center, Maj. Gen. Ibrahim Abdel-Atti said. It didn’t take long for some in the medical world to erupt in criticism. “I want to be clear and explicit — what has been said and published about the invention of the armed forces hurts the image of scientists and science in Egypt,” said Essam Heggy, the scientific adviser to the president, in a statement to a local newspaper reported by CNN. He also said the announcement of a cure was a “scientific scandal” for Egypt. The army medical community uses what’s called a “Complete Cure Device” to draw blood from the patient. The disease in the drawn blood is then reportedly broken down, purified and put back in the patient, said Dr. Ihsan Hanfy Hussein, a member of Mr. Abdel-Atti’s research team, in CNN..

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