Russian Patient Shows No Trace of AIDS Virus

YEREVAN (Azg daily–Komsomolskaya Pravda)–Russian patient Nikolay Kolesnikov returned to Armenia for additional tests after spending a month and a half in Moscow. He did not receive any injections of Armenicum this time–and tests have found no AIDS virus or its traces in the patient’s blood.

"You may now take Kolesnikov back; we are leaving him with a clear conscience," said head of the Armenicum project Levon Gevorgian.

However–Russian medical authorities seem to be showing no interest in Kolesnikov’s case. It is already clear that–if Armenicum is not a cure–it is at least a powerful drug that significantly revitalizes AIDS patients and strengthens their immunity. The drug should be tested not in one clinics–but dozens around the world. But the Russian Ministry of Health is not even interested.

International AIDS experts have been invited to Yerevan–but no one has come. Also–the Pasteur Institute in Paris refused to accept Kolesnikov for further tests.


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