Dhani Ram Baruah, cardiac surgeon based in Guwahati, India claims that he has discovered a medicine for HIV/AIDS and that he had already cured 86 persons in the past seven or eight years.
"I and my team have worked hard for the past 18 years and found the cure for HIV/AIDS by using biological molecules isolated from edible medicinal plants that are available in the Himalayan region. I have named them Baruah Biological Combat Genes which are used as biological missiles to kill the dreaded HIV virus to improve the immune system," said Baruah.
He also presented a patient called Bijendra Singh of Rohtak, before the media who, according to Baruah, was tested HIV-positive in 2008, but was now totally cured and had recently tested negative. "Singh is among 86 persons whom I have cured of HIV/AIDS in the past eight years," Baruah asserted.
He has already written to UNAIDS, WHO and the National Institute of Health (US) about his success with HIV/AIDS.
"I have already written to UNAIDS, WHO and the National Institute of Health of USA about my success stories with HIV/AIDS patients and have asked them to conduct scrutiny of my experiments that have already given a new lease of life to 86 persons," said Baruah.
He also said that while he had carried out a series of tests after completion of treatment of his 86 patients, all have tested HIV-negative in those tests.