HIV/AIDS Ghanaian doctor says he can use 5 days to cure deadly disease

According to him, he will soon introduce the treatment in Ghana after having successful trials on patients in South Africa.

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A Ghanaian doctor Samuel Ato Duncan has stated that he has discovered a system that can flush out the deadly HIV virus from the human system in five days. 

According to him, he will soon introduce the treatment in Ghana after having successful trials on patients in South Africa.

“The cure of HIV has been a burden for over the years since 2006 it was discovered. 

“This is a dangerous virus that the world needs to kick out completely. I am able to cure HIV within 120 hours and that is within five days and I have a report with me,” the doctor told 3news.com.

“I have a traditional centre where I treat people and that is a different thing from the research I conducted in South Africa.

“There are two reports I have and they contain evidence of two reports from two different people I cured from HIV.

“We have a system to smoke the viruses from the human body that is why they say there is no known cure because when you take the ARV’s the viruses run through the tissues and its difficult to detect them.

“The drug I have is not on the market yet but it’s being tried in South Africa but the process of getting it on the market is with the Foods and Drugs Authority and we are still on.

“I’m just telling the world about what we have been able to achieve as far as our research is concerned”.

Over the years, several people, including some health professionals have claimed to have found a cure for HIV/AIDS, a disease which can be passed on to another person through several means such as sexual intercourse and blood transfusion.

However, many of the treatments have subsequently turned out to be untrue and misleading.

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