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Bulgarian vaccine fights AIDS

Date: 06.03.2006

A mixture containing two Bulgarian medicines can turn into the first efficient anti-AIDS vaccine, according to Prof Bogdan Petrunov, head of the National Infectious and Parasitic Diseases Institute.
The medicine has been concocted by world-famous Prof Vittorio Colizzi. His expert opinion has ben used as evidence of the innocence of the Bulgarian medics in Libya. The Bulgarian anti-tuberculosis vaccine BCJ and the immune system stimulator Respivax are two of the anti-AIDS vaccine ingredients.

Prof Colizzi analyzed blood from the HIV-infected Libyan children in devising the vaccine. The aim is to isolate the basic AIDS virus components and to combine them to counter the disease. The vaccine will be mostly used for children in Africa because it will fight both AIDS and tuberculosis.

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