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More HIV/AIDS herbal remedies still welcome for testing

Health More HIV/AIDS herbal remedies still welcome for testing

The national Aids Council (NAC) is still open for every one who hopes to have their medical remedies tested in the AIDS cure clinical trials.

Speaking in an interview with ZANIS today, NAC, Donor Coordinator and Public Relations Manager, Justin Mwinga said the three herbal remedies which were submitted by traditional healers should not be described as a failure because they only failed in the cure of HIV.

Mr. Mwinga said government is open, through NAC to all those who come up with remedies for the cure of HIV to take them for clinical testing.

He noted that the government is working towards finding the cure of HIV and will
protect members of the public from untested herbal preparations which may be toxic
and threaten lives.

Mr. Mwinga pointed out that there is need for further research and study of the remedies.
ZANIS

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