Armenicum Patients Do Not Need More Treatment

YEREVAN (Noyan Tapan)–Forty AIDS patients have completed a course of treatment with Armenicum–and another seven are still being treated–Director of the Republican AIDS Prevention Center Lev Zohrabian told Noyan Tapan. He pointed out that at present none of the 40 patients who completed one course of treatment–including the Russian citizen Nikolai Kolesnikov–needs a second.

According to Zohrabian–the seven patients who recently started taking a course of treatment with Armenicum show a substantial improvement of their state of health. The state of health of one patient from the Ukraine who arrived in Armenia in an extremely serious condition also inspires hopes: after a ten-day treatment he shows improvement in mobility. As for the laboratory data–Zohrabian pointed out that the final and complete results of the studies will be presented after the patients complete their course of treatment.


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