TBILISI (Armenpress)–Head of the Georgian Institute for International Relations Guram Tavartkiladze was reportedly cured of hepatitis-C by Armenicum–an anti-AIDS drug devised by Armenian scientists last year.
A thorough blood test in Germany showed no traces of hepatitis–told Georgian Prime News Agency Zurab Bendeliani–an assistant professor from Georgian Medical University.
Last year doctors diagnosed Tavartkiladze with hepatitis-C after which he applied to the Yerevan Armenicum center and received two treatment courses with Armenicum.
Last summer examinations made by Armenian doctors showed no hepatitis-C traces in Tavartkiladze’s blood. It should be said that hepatitis-C virus is more stable than HIV–the virus that causes AIDS.
Tavartkiladze also underwent special clinical examination last February in Germany’s Hanover Medical Institute. According to German doctor’s–his blood indexes were within normal.