WHO Confirms ‘No Cure’ For HIV After Zimbabwean Preacher Claims Herbal Remedy Cures

U.N. News: ‘No cure’ for HIV in Zimbabwe says U.N., following claims from local preacher
“The United Nations in Zimbabwe is reaffirming that people living with HIV and AIDS need to continue with antiretroviral (ARV) therapy to manage their infections, after a local preacher reportedly claimed that he had received divine revelation of an herbal cure…” (10/31).

VOA News: World Health Organization: No cure for HIV in Zimbabwe
“…In a statement, Dr. Alex Gasaira, U.N. in Zimbabwe WHO country representative, said people on ARVs should note that ‘there is no cure for HIV infection’…” (10/31).

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