Man Starts A Mosquito Farm With Hope To Find A Cure For HIV/AIDS (Video)
Dr. Manyi, a Nigerian from the University of Agriculture in Makurdi, Benue State, is working to develop a treatment for HIV/AIDS using mosquitoes.
According to the daring guy interviewed by social media video producer @LuckyUdu, he believes that the enzymes in mosquitoes might help in the treatment of HIV/AIDS because the insects do not transfer the virus even after biting an infected person.
“I have a mosquito farm, and I believe that the enzymes in the mosquitos will help in the treatment of HIV/AIDS,” he says.
“We all know that mosquitos spread various illnesses, including malaria, but they do not transmit the HIV virus.”
“This lab is interested in determining what makes mosquitos not viable instruments for HIV transmission, despite the fact that they suck blood and then mix up the bites even in the same room where there are one or two infected and noninfected people.”
“We’re interested in the enzymes in the mosquito’s saliva or the digesting process from the stomach wall to the Torah, to the salivary gland before a bite.” What occurs throughout this voyage that causes the virus to die and prevents it from spreading to the next person.”
Watch the video below;