Charlie Sheen HIV update: Doctor claims to have used goat's milk to cure actor's HIV but actor says otherwise


A doctor claims to have cured Charlie Sheen’s HIV with goat’s milk.

Last year, Sheen broke the news that he has been HIV positive since 2011. Dr. Samir Chachoua, who claimed to have treated the “Anger Management” star, told HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher” that he has cured the actor’s disease and has injected himself with Sheen’s blood to prove it.

Dr. Chachoua explained that the CAEV virus found in arthritic goat’s milk was behind Sheen’s cure. “This virus destroys HIV and protects people who drink it for life,” he told the host, adding that Sheen is “the first adult in history to go HIV negative.”

The actor previously told Dr. Oz that he has been trying this alternative treatment.

“I’ve been off my meds about a week now. I feel great. Am I risking my life? So what? I was born dead. That part of it doesn’t phase me at all,” he told Dr. Oz. “I didn’t see it as Russian roulette. I didn’t see it as a complete dismissal of the conventional course we’ve been on. I’m not recommending that anyone – I’m presenting myself as a type of guinea pig.”

Dr. Oz and Sheen’s physician, Dr. Robert Huizenga, both pointed out that the quack doctor is not even licensed to practice medicine in the U.S.

The actor later admitted that he was responding well to his prescriptions before he ceased taking them for the alternative cure. He even found out that the numbers were “back up” when he took Dr. Chochoua’s “medicine” after going through a series of tests.

The actor blasted Dr. Chachoua after his TV appearance. “Dr. Sam I was with u in Mexico for 1 day. It’s illegal for u to practice in U.S.A. where u treated me for 2 months,” he tweeted, along with a photo of Pinocchio.