Jun 26, 2002
Great web siteIve just heard on the radio that there are vaccine trials in process. This may be a speculative question, however what potentially does this have for someone who is already infected. Secondly, Ive recently read in a medical journal that they scientific community has found, by chance, that manganese kills the HIV virus. Can you shed some light on this.
Thanks Michael (Canada)
| Response from Dr. Henry
There is no clinical data yet about the real benefits of therapeutic vaccination--we are all anxious to see some results. I am not aware of any data suggseting that manganese in doses that would be safe in humans has significant anti-HIV activity--can you post the reference for me and others to read? KH
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