AMU Professor develops unique medicine to cure diabetes

Aligarh, January 19:
Prof.Naeem Ahmad Khan has developed a first of it’s kind medicine, which will cure diabetes by regenerating the primary function of beta islet cells to store and release insulin claims press release of Aligarh Muslim University.
 Prof. Khan is professor is professor in Department of Ilmul Advia, Ajmal Khan Tibbiya College of Aligarh Muslim University

The unique Unani medicine, which will soon be in the clinical use as it has been passed by the Government of India’s Institutional Ethical Committee will regenerate the natural process, in which the pancreas of diabetic patients will have their beta cells responding quickly to spikes in blood concentrations by secreting some of their stored insulin in natural ways.

“The medicine has already been successfully tested on animals and soon it’s clinical use will start” confirmed Prof. Khan.

“This medicine has been developed from eight different medicinal plants and it will be very affordable to common people. The medicine will have not only have a protective effect on pancreas but it will also enable the natural physiological function of pancreas in diabetic patients. This medicine will also provide necessary nutrients to the organs, which in case of diabetic patients do not work properly,” said Prof Khan.

 He further added that once this medicine is ready for clinical use, it will be given free to patients from lower strata of society. Since this medicine is an Evidence based medicine (EBM), it will be conscientious and explicit and will integrate clinical experience and patient values with the best available research information.