BOSTON, Massachusetts –
A researcher at the prestigious Harvard School of Medicine has found a cure for HIV and AIDS – something that doctors have been working on for nearly 40 years.
“It’s actually really simple,” said Dr. Marvin Hoek, who has been working on the project for over a decade. “The answer was right under our nose the whole time, and we have found a way to completely eradicate AIDS and HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, in people.”
Dr. Hoek says that he began clinical trials in 2008, and stumbled across the cure in 2015.
“I have been working since that time to find a cure for what the AIDS cure causes, which is cancer.
According to Dr. Hoek, he says that in the over 10,000 cases of AIDS that he has eradicated, every single one of the patients ended up contracting cancer, and dying anyway.
“It’s really kind of a win-lose situation at this point in time, but we’re still working on the kinks right now,” said Dr. Hoek.
Hoek plans to publish the full scope of his work in the January 2018 Journal of Independent Medicine.