|alcohol and hiv
Jul 11, 2001
If alcohol kills viruses and bacteria outside th body , then why should a significantly high blood alcohol level not kill off hiv?
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
Because it would have to be very high, high enough to kill cells that harbor the virus. It would also have to penetrate all body tissues, as HIV is present everywhere.
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