Armenicum Patient to Get Blood Test in Germany

YEREVAN (Interfax)–A resident of the Russian city of Kaliningrad–Nikolai Kolesnikov–19–who has been undergoing clinical trials of the new anti- AIDS drug known as Armenicum–plans to travel to Germany in the next few days to have blood tests.

Kolesnikov intends to be checked in Germany because he will be examined by independent experts there. The Russia’s confirmed that after five months of the medical treatment in Yerevan he shows no sign of the disease and is feeling well.

According to his doctor–Levon Mkhitarian–the patient has no complaints today. After the therapy–he no longer exhibits any symptoms. He reporterdly has put on weight.

In Yerevan–96 patients are undergoing treatment with Armenicum. They come from Armenia–Russia–Ukraine–Belarus–Moldova–Cambodia–the United States–the United Arab Emirates–and Iran. Mkhitarian says that they regularly leave to go home and later return once every three months for check-ups.


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