Saturday 4 November 2017

Nigerian Scientist Discovery Cure For Diabetics, Hepatitis, Others

The disease according to his claims include diabetics, strokes/paralysis, hepatitis, cancer, BP, ulcer, epilepsy and sickle cell.
The scientist has also improved on therapy that now reduces to two hours, the treatment and cure for HIV/Aids, including kidney, plus other damaged organs.
(Prof.) Adeleye, made the outcome of his breakthrough public penultimate week after an age-long research where he excelled in establishing cure in the nine ailments considered to have no permanent cure the world over.

Adeleye was the best graduate of Laboratory Sciences, Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria, and was retained immediately after graduation as a lecturer as well as staff in medical lab department of the university teaching hospital, ABUTH.
A major in parasitology, Adeleye rose to the position of principal staff in the lab science department of ABUTH, and retired after successful carrier as federal civil servant to establish a research centre in Kaduna metropolis.

In a chat with our correspondent, at the “Yaro Medicare Nigeria limited, the research centre”, located in the heart of Kaduna, Adeleye said more research was still in progress.
In a handbill made available to journalists, the permanent cure for diabetes takes only a month, stating that it’s the first and only of its kind in the world.

On hepatitis, the cure is said to be instantaneous and takes only a day, while cure for all kinds of stroke/paralysis, at any level inclusive, takes only three days, respectively.
Curatives, according to the claimant, include all types of cancer including leukemia, are also instant, and takes only one day for treatment and cure, while that of ulcer is also one day.
Work on full cure of epilepsy and sickle cell have also been completed, and permanent cure also discovered, he said.

The two hours, HIV/Aids cure according to the medical researcher, also treats organs, including kidney, and others, damaged as a result of prolonged anti-retro viral therapy, adding that patients would test negative five days later.

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