THPAZ happy with plans to clinically test Sondashi 2000 formula

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The Traditional Health Practitioners Association of Zambia (THPAZ) has commended government’s move to take the Sondashi 2000 AIDS cure formula (SF 2000) for official clinical tests.

THPAZ president Rodwell Vongo told ZANIS in a telephone interview in Lusaka today that the move was welcome especially that South Africa was almost validating the use of the Sondashi 2000 formula.

Dr. Vongo said his association will fully support the positive outcome of the clinical test of the Sondashi 2000 formula so as to pave way for more traditional cure discoveries for other diseases.

He said millions of people have for a long time been waiting for the AIDS cure hence the need for government to support traditional local interventions for the AIDS treatment.

Dr. Vongo further hoped that once the Sondashi 2000 formula is cleared and validated by government, the majority poor Zambians must be able to acquire the medicine affordably.

Yesterday, Deputy Minister of Health Patrick Chikusu announced to the nation that government had finally approved the Sondashi 2000 formula for clinical tests to ascertain on whether it can be used as a cure for AIDS.

And Dr. Vongo has called on Zambians to support First Lady Christine Kaseba in her efforts to reduce the spread of cervical cancer among women in the country

He also appealed to men to emulate the Dr. Kaseba by coming up with various interventions that are aimed at combating the rampant rise of prostate cancer among men in the country.

Meanwhile, Dr. Vongo has called on all traditional healers in the country to prioritise healing people instead of focusing on charging huge sums of money.

Dr. Vongo observed that poor people, who cannot afford to pay huge sums of money, are left to die hence the need for traditional leaders to attend to such cases with a humane.

He has also called on members of the public to be alert of fake foreign traditional healers, who cheat people that they were capable of healing certain diseases through their various adverts on the streets.