IMOD first became available in February of the year 2007, and this drug was developed by both Russian and Iranian scientists. Once the drug was made available, media sources in these countries started touting it as the cure for AIDS. This includes the Fars News Agency in Iran, which was quick to promote IMOD as a treatment for HIV and AIDS. The website for the product does not declare it is an AIDS cure, but rather states that the product has been tested in human trials and is shown to increases the number of CD4 cells. The problem is that no such trials or testing results can be located anywhere. There is no mention of this drug in any medical journal or other published studies.
Key ingredients: A therapeutic blend of herbs.
Price per month: Around $100 to $150
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