Potential speaker for Infectious Diseases conferences 2020
Sorush Niknamian
University of Cambridge, USA
Title : Medical ozone therapy as the effective treatment for Ebola and AIDs


Ebola is a virus. It incubates for 2 to 21 days and then roars to life to induce death. Ebola first tricks the immune system into thinking nothing is there. The virus enters many different types of cells in the human body. It multiplies extremely rapidly, emerges from the cell to infect yet more. Interestingly, much of the damage induced by the infections are actually the suppressed immune system awakening and then shooting cannons at everything, inclusive of one’s own cells. This causes great inflammation, leakages in hemorrhages, extreme oxygen starvation to tissues and organ failure. The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a lentivirus a subgroup of a retrovirus, that causes HIV infection and over time acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). This research has shown how medical ozone therapy can be an effective treatment in the mentioned viral diseases which has caused millions of death every year in the world.


Dr. Sorush Niknamian is a Professor in the Department of Cell and Molecular Biology and Biomedicine at the University of Cambridge. He holds an Honorary Doctorate of Cancer Biology and Doctor of Science from the Violet Cancer Institute. He is a Professional Biologist, Senior Research Scientist, Chartered Scientist and Registered Scientist at Violet Cancer Institute (VCI). He is one of the United Kingdom and Indiana Cancer Consortium (ICC) certified. He is a Registered Researcher in the U.S. Government's System for Award Management and a registered Scientist at National Center for Biotechnology Information. He is a Member of the US Government National Science Foundation, Member of Hera Swiss Volunteers. Also, he is a director of military support located at the Washington j3 DCSOPS.