Nov 20, 2011
why cant people understand the bad intention of hootone remedies in the name of hiv cure? its ridiculous! they r claiming to have invented the magic drug and the whole world with millions of hiv pos people are just sitting idle without visiting them??? while analytical scientists are fighting the war for the last 3 decades and suddenly a mumbo jumbo unani company comes out with a cure!!! people, please dont be stupid. they set a price of $100 each month and selling the fake product to thousands of people. i am certain by 10000000% that the company will disappear after making huge money and risking million lives and conveying wrong message to humankind putting million lives at high risk sexual acts with a promise for cure. we should stand up against them internationally and sue them immediately. we cant afford more new infections based on a false promise of hiv cure. and if they really want to do good , they should go through proper international validation tests which they lack presently.
Response from Dr. Young
Hello and thanks for posting.
You're absolutely correct. This is a scam- one among many that are perpetrated among unsuspecting persons.
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