Monday, February 24, 2014

Egypt Military announces they have found treatment of aids and hepatitis C

Egypt's military claims its engineers have made an "unprecedented" scientific breakthrough by developing a device that can detect AIDs and hepatitis C infections without the need to take blood samples.

 The Armed Forces and the Ministry of Health formed a research team to prepare for the application of an aids and hepatitis C treatment starting June 30 in military hospitals, head of the military engineering department Taher Abdallah said in a press conference on Sunday.