Russian Scientists Discover claims of HIV / AIDS

Scientists from the Institute of Vector in near Novosibirsk , Russia, claimed to have discovered a potential treatment for HIV / AIDS ( human immunodeficiency virus / acquired immunodeficiency syndrome ) . This treatment is the so-called Chaga Mushroom .
In a study , the researchers chose 82 types 33 types of fungi that grow in southwest Siberia. The result showed a Chaga Mushroom broad-spectrum antiviral .
This fungus also showed a very low toxicity. The result is what causes the Chaga Mushroom are also likely to be developed as a drug against smallpox and influenza.
Chaga mushroom has long been famous in Siberia. Vector scientists say, but not heard in the media , Chaga mushroom has long been used as traditional medicine and discussed as an antidote to a virus ( virus ) . Currently , scientists dare to say , talk is not just a rumor, but it is true .
In life, the Chaga mushroom ( Inonotus obliquus ) grows on the branches of birch trees . This fungus has a strong betulinik acid concentration.
This acid has the effect of anti -inflammatory anti-retrovirals, and recently one of anticancer agents are well known . Scientists call this fungus vector promising development for the treatment of other diseases.
The research , by scientists from Vector, an outgrowth of fungi antitumor function and immune stimulant. In their study, the researchers found , the fungus protects the DNA of cells from free radicals. Radical is then damage the cell membrane.
Despite this, the results of this opposition in the Western world . " There is no clinical trial to evaluate the safety and efficacy of Chagas prevention or treatment of cancer disease ," said Memorial Sloan -Kettering Cancer Center , New York, on its website .

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