Hope part 2
Jun 28, 2002
The article re manganese is in a magazine called The Medical Post- June 18-2002. The headline says HIV halted when manganese level in cells increases. It goes on to say that accidental findings could lead to a new class of antiretroviral drugs. It was discovered at John Hopkins Hospital. The group wrote in a publication called, Molecule Cell, found that by increasing the level of manganese in cells HIV was stopped I hope this helps you re the article. If you need more info I could probably send you a copy of the articleit is, as Ive said above, in a medical publication. Regards, Michael
Response from Dr. Henry
thanks for the reference. KH
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