what do you think of this approach?
Jun 2, 2010
What do you think of this approach for treating HIV? Is it not true that we need to help the bodies immune system to rid itself of infection and that an infection can not be removed by drugs alone? there is also a publication posted on PUBMMED.GOV is this not a reputable site? http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18989372 There is also a branch of the company based in the US?? Is this not also a reputable journal? http://www.nature.com/ejcn/journal/v58/n1/abs/1601756a.html please tell me what you think about using antigens to stimulate the immune sytems. Is this not the way many vaccines and treatments have been like in the past and still today? we gain immunity from the flu by using a deactivated form of the virus?? I will be very concerned if you do not reply to this question.
Response from Mr. Vergel
I told you everything I know this morning in my last post:
I asked an expert in immune based therapies in the United States about this company's claims and that is what he said: "Hindawi make open-access journals that are easy to publish in, but the people on the editorial board should still be ashamed of themselves. The V-1 promoters have also been up to shenanigans in Africa and now Russia too it seems"
Approaches like this one with deactivated antigens have been used before in HIV and they did not work.
You may want to read this from the Thai government :
and this in TIME magazine:
and this from the BBC:
There is no conspiracy trying to hide the cure of AIDS in this case.
Anyone who uses this product in hopes that they will be cured or that they will not need HIV anti-retrovirals is risking his/her health.
If anything worked this well, don't you think that a big pharma company would not have jumped on it?
This scam has been around since before 2000 and they are still selling this false hope around the world.
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