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Safe, Natural & Effective HIV/AIDS Treatment

Posted by MICA_INC, 2 Replies

We are trying to get HIV Groups & Organizations, Medical and Pharmaceutical Institutions, and Universities and the Medical & Scientific Communities aware, informed and interested in MM-1,...
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natural aids

Posted by Anonymous
to all who would like to communicate about THEIR EXPERIENCE with natural aids treatments and the success of them. until now there has been no place to turn to for us to communication with each other and it is necessary! how are we going to compare... Read more »

Natural remedies? Not on meds yet....

Posted by cassiusp, 8 Replies
Not yet on meds, still have a decent T cell count. Started taking Korean Ginseng. NAC, ST Johns Wort and Lysine (collagen, I am a little paranoid about wrinkles :) ) and a good multivit. Oh and plan to start breathing meditations with my BF (he... Read more »


Posted by contractor, 7 Replies
My name is Marco and I had a lot of night sweating for one year. It is a problem that my family has (dad, nephew and more).
After doing a lot of research I found one simple solution for the problem and I DO NOT HAVE THE PROBLEM as long I take my own... Read more »

Natural Treatment

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
I'm a spiritual healer from Los Angeles.
I'm offering you a completely natural healing with no side effects. Chances of complete improvement are 80% - 100% since this method is still in research stage.

To make an... Read more »
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Is it natural stress or is the hiv treatment

I started hiv treatment one month ago after having been infected for 12 years. I am taking crixivan+combivir. Some of the side effects I am experiencing include: nausea, fever, palpitations, muscle pain in chest and arms, loss of apetite and...
Ewald Horwath, M.D.

Response from Ewald Horwath, M.D.

University of Miami School of Medicine
Nausea, fever, and muscle pain are not symptoms of depression. Yes, starting treatment can be a difficult time, and can be associated with depression.Prozac is not contraindicated with the HAART drugs you are taking. It is relatively safe in... Read more »

New cancer diagnosis: Do natural treatments help? How about also for AIDS?

A close friend, who is a 72 y/o female, just learned she has Adenocarcinoma of Unknown Primary. An abdominal/pelvic CT-scan taken two weeks ago, show 2-masses in the liver, a mass in the gallbladder, and some nodules on the lower lungs, captured by...
Bruce Dezube, M.D.

Response from Bruce Dezube, M.D.

Harvard Medical School
I am sorry to hear about your mother's cancer. Such a diagnosis can be tough both on the patient (your mother) and the family (you). As you can imagine, many patients seek help from alternative and complementary medicines. In fact, the... Read more »

Starting treatment because of very low number of natural killer cells

Dr. Young,My CD4 count is OK, but on T cell subsets, I have very, very few natural killer cells and a very low percentage of NKC's. What are the risks and how concerned should I be? Are there ways to boost levels of natural killer cells? Do you...
Benjamin Young, M.D., Ph.D.

Response from Benjamin Young, M.D., Ph.D.

Rocky Mountain CARES
I am not aware of any literature or clinical opinion on using NK cells as a basis for initiating antiretroviral therapy.On the other hand, there is quite a bit of literature and opinion that recommends starting antiretroviral therapy for persons... Read more »

Natural Way of Treating HIV

Has anyone heard of the Nature's Support Immune Plus. I came across the website was very intrigued.the website
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hello,The Web site states "Immune Plus is a natural alternative to HIV drugs . . . . It is not a guaranteed cure, but it does support a sufferer to live a normal life free from the effects of HIV and free from drug side effects. In addition it... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Researchers Disagree Over Ethics of HIV Treatment Clinical Trial in Africa, Nature Reports

Nature reports how "[a] potential breakthrough in the quest to prevent HIV and AIDS has collided with sensitivities about testing expensive drugs in poor parts of the world." A proposed clinical trial to test an experimental HIV therapy "in 3,000... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Nature Examines Research Efforts to Find Optimal Dose of HIV Treatment

Noting UNAIDS has set a goal of increasing the number of people infected with HIV who are receiving antiretroviral treatment worldwide "to 15 million by 2015 and to add an additional million each subsequent year, a task that will be challenging... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Nature Examines How Funding Shortfalls Are Hindering Efforts to Use Drugs to Curb HIV Spread

Nature examines how funding shortfalls are hampering global efforts to use drugs to curb the spread of HIV, writing, "[A]t this week's annual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections in Seattle, Washington, there was growing concern... Read more »

Weathering the Storm: Living With HIV During Times of Natural Disaster

Year after year, Mother Nature reminds us that she's not the most mild-tempered entity. Last year, Hurricane Irene blew onto the Eastern Seaboard, bringing power outages and much more. This year, Hurricane Sandy has brought unprecedented damage to... Read more »