Iran-Made Medicine Yields Positive Results in Curing AIDS Patients in Mali.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior official of Iran's Red Crescent Society announced that HIV-infected patients in Mali have shown positive reactions to the Iran-made AIDS curing drug, Imod, in the course of their treatment.
"We have been witnessing highly positive results of Iran-made Imod drug on AIDS patients in Mali during the last two years," Deputy of RCS (1) (Remote Computer Service) A remote timesharing service.
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RCS - Revision Control System for Health, Treatment and Rehabilitation Abdolreza Shahrezayee told FNA on Tuesday.
He underlined Iran's extended health and treatment services in Mali, and said HIV-positive patients are being cured by Imod in RCS's polyclinic polyclinic /poly·clin·ic/ (-klin´ik) a hospital and school where diseases and injuries of all kinds are studied and treated.
Iranian scientists in 2007 found a safe and effective cure for the dreaded virus, AIDS. This medicine made up of herbal and chemical components works to build immunity and enhance the quality of life of both AIDS and HIV-positive patients with no proven side effects.
Iran, which has taken wide strides in science and technology, particularly in medical and medicinal fields, in recent years, is helping Mali control and contain HIV infection across the African nation.
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