New Delhi, April 9: Scientific research into possible medicines for the dreaded AIDS disease from the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) itself and even ske venom and drugs for MDR-TB from the tuberculosis germs will be in sharp focus at the two-day World Homeopathic Summit to be held in Mumbai this weekend. A homeopathic experiment with ske venom on the HIV virus has given rise to excitement among scientists to work on a possible relief to AIDS and Ebola patients as well. Research by doctors at the Hyderabad-based JSPS Government Homeopathic Medical College and the Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT) Hyderabad indicates that homeopathic medicine from ske venom - Crotalus Horridus - can positively arrest the HIV spread.
In another pioneering study, Mumbai-based homeopath Dr Rajesh Shah has developed a new medicine for AIDS patients, sourced from the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) itself. During the two-year study, the drug has been tested on humans for safety and efficacy and the results are encouraging, said Shah.
His scientific paper for debate was recently published in the online edition of Indian Jourl of Research in Homoeopathy (IJRH), the official publication of the Central Council for Research in Homeopathy (CCRH).
The Global Homeopathy Foundation (GHF), an NGO, has invited scientists and conventiol doctors from across the world for the Mumbai summit. Over 25 scientists have already confirmed their presentations, said Shah, who is also the organising secretary of the foundation. (IANS)