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27 April 2011 :: 17:04:34 pm 53270

Crocodile-Blood Medicines Donated To HIV Positive Children

Researchers at Kasertsart University have discovered a new medicine for HIV positive children using crocodile’s blood, which were successfully tested on rats
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Win Cheichomsri, Chief of Crocodile Blood Research, Faculty of Zoology, has conducted an experiment to evaluate the effectiveness of crocodile’s blood in unhealthy rats.

The experiment involves two rats groups – one fed with supplement capsules made of crocodile’s blood and the other fed without the pills, the chief explains.

He says the results indicate that the controlled group (fed without capsules) have bigger spleens than those in the experimental group.

The experimental rats become healthier and more fertile, reproducing many pups later on, the chief concludes.
The Food and Drug Administration committee has certified the crocodile-blood tablets as clean and safe supplements for consumption.

Mr. Chiechomsri believes that the crocodile-blood pills could improve the immune systems and general health of HIV positive children.

In fact, the capsules have been offered to 24 HIV Infected Children at Lorenzo Orphanage House in Panusnikom, Chonburi.

These 24 children show remarkable physical changes after the consumption of the pills. They become less fatigue and have more energy to play. Their pustules are also gradually disappearing, Mr. Chiechomsri says.

He adds that those children who have suffered from hepatomegaly and splenomegaly, are presented with decreasing liver and spleen sizes.

In particular during cold weather these children do not fall ill, indicating an improvement in their immune systems, according to Mr. Chiechomsri.

Based on the results, Mitri Temsiripong (Manager of Sriracha Tiger Zoo) and Wisachini Rungtaweekchair (Wanithai Part, Ltd) donate the crocodile blood supplements to the children at the orphanage, as accepted by Sister Wichuda Kusub.
These orphans will be given many crocodile supplements and gallbladders in hopes of keeping them healthy and happy, Mr. Temsiripong states

Reporter : Yanwarrut   Photo : Yanwarrut   Category : Community News

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