Charlie Sheen revealed in an interview on the “Dr. Oz” show that his attending physician injected him blood in order to treat his HIV disease.
“The Telegraph” reported that the US star, sought advice with Dr. Samir Chachoua, a doctor based in Baja California, Mexico, who on their site says he can “cure the incurable.” Diseases such as AIDS, cancer and multiple sclerosis.
Sheen told Dr. Oz, that he had visited Chachoua for a treatment consisting of “a series of injections and blood” that produced “incredible results from the beginning”, as said HIV was undetectable in his blood. To which Dr. Chachoua later told Dr. Oz off camera that Sheen was “the first adult in history who became HIV negative.” The Mexican doctor, so confident of its results blood was injected actor.
However alternative treatment had no effect on Sheen, and in fact had increased HIV levels. Moreover, during the Dr. Oz show he said that Chachoua was not licensed to carry out the medicine in the United States.