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October 28, 2020

Camel milk used in a new formula to eradicate HIV

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Every day , scientists come up with new solution to treat diseases that affected man for ages. To come up with such solutions , scientists use human and plan products including camels which are known for their health benefits. A recent research by Sultan Qaboos University affirmed the high value benefits of camel milk.Sultan Qaboos University (SQU)has received patent for achieving scientific and medical breakthrough relating to a novel treatment for HIV/ AIDS patients.The ‘New formula for the eradication of HIV’ is an invention by Dr Sidgi Syed Anwar Abdo Hasson and Prof Ali Abdullah Hasan al Jabri from the Department of Microbiology and Immunology, College of Medicine and Health Sciences, SQU.The patent application for this invention was filed at the United States Patent and Trademark Office(USPTO) on August 25, 2017 and granted on April 8, 2019. The application process took almost three years. During this period,the application was examined by scientific and medical committees in and outside SQU, and also by professional examiners from USPTO.Commenting on their work, the inventors said that this was the result of more than 16 years of continuous research work involving a wide range of medical-scientific research disciplines with many challenges and disappointments.Both scientists have managed to invent, prepare and test a therapeutic formula using a female camel as a life factory model for the synthesis of a magic composition to treat HIV/AIDS patients with full eradication of HIV.The therapeutic composition includes a formula that contains combination of herbal composition of Saussurea acrophila Diels ,Saussurea ceratocarpa , andAucklandia lappa Decne at a particular ratio and HIV-immunised camel milk ‘having anti-HIV antibodies’.The camel is immunised against different HIV coding clades by using DNA immunisation technology.The HIV-immunised camel’s milk contains low molecular weight anti-HIV ‘heavy chain’ IgG (‘hcIgG’) antibodies, which are rare, small antibodies, that are known to be produced by camels and some shark fish.