New discovery says Bee Venom Cures HIV
Good news for fight against HIV, Washington University Study discovered a new way to cure HIV infected people.
In a study made by the sceptic researchers from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis said that bee venom can use to kill Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). In a demonstration done by the school researcher’s shows a toxin found in bee venom called milittin destroyed the virus.
According to the new study Bee Venom Cures HIV, Nanoparticles containing milittin can easily destroyed harmful HIV while leaving normal and healthy cells unharmed.
“Nanoparticles (purple) carrying melittin (green) fuse with HIV (small circles with spiked outer ring), destroying the virus’s protective envelope. Molecular bumpers (small red ovals) prevent the nanoparticles from harming the body’s normal cells, which are much larger in size. ”
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As a leaving testament of the new discovered cure to HIV, a baby girl born as HIV pronounced cured after months of HIV treatments using the bee venom and Nanoparticles technique. Study also said that the new discovery may also be use as a effective treatment for Hepatitis A and B.
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Meanwhile, the new development can also be a great factor to create a vaginal gel as a prevention of HIV or AIDS.
“Our hope is that in places where HIV is running rampant, people could use this gel as a preventive measure to stop the initial infection,” says Joshua L. Hood, MD, PhD, a research instructor in medicine.