Kemron

Kemron

A low-dose formulation of interferon-alpha that was reported by some workers in Kenya as a cure or potential cure for AIDS, a claim that has not been substantiated by peer-reviewed data.
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In the fall of 2014, Kemron Environmental Services of Atlanta, Ga.
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This project should have been handled locally by the Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI)", says Dr Martin Rotich, a medical doctor, referring to a government funded research body which in 1988 claimed to have developed an anti-Aids drug, named Kemron, but lost our after another patenting row with the Americans.
Some African-Americans with AIDS have been taking Kemron, a type of interferon, for a number of years, despite the absence of proof that it does any good; the fact that a scientist from Kenya proposed the drug is what inspires their confidence.
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Early on, the EPA did ecological assessments and looked on the environmental side to see what wildlife has been affected, said Richard Hughes, Kemron Environmental Services regional health and safety manager.
Sadly, there have been many reports of cures for HIV: Kemron was produced in Kenya, and several healers have produced remedies in Zimbabwe, and many desperate sufferers have lost huge amounts of money, when already poor, to charlatans.