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Mercury And Hiv

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mercury poisening from fillings/HIV status

able to address any relationship to the possibility of mis diagnosis. Understand no studies have been done on relationship of mercury and HIV. The Dentist that performed the extraction of mercury from my teeth said he has dealt with numerous...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hello Frustrated,I do not believe mercury fillings cause medical problems. In addition, I know of no sound scientific data to support removal of old mercury fillings or "extreme detox via IV, supplements and anti-oxidants" (in relationship... Read more »

Mercury Poisoning and HIV

Does mercury poisoning affect antibody and HIV DNA PCR test results? Basically, can it generate... Read more »

Can we leave Freddie Mercury out of this? :)

I just have to say, I have read several posts where people have thought hearing a Queen song was a... Read more »
Articles
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

San Jose Mercury News Examines Obstacles HIV/AIDS Patients Face Obtaining Life Insurance

The San Jose Mercury News on Tuesday examined the obstacles some HIV/AIDS patients face in obtaining life insurance policies because insurance companies have not "kept pace" with what is becoming a "chronic, controllable" disease. Although... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

AP/San Jose Mercury News Examines Implications of Schering-Plough's Exclusion of Blacks in Hepatitis C Drug Trial

The AP/ San Jose Mercury News on Sunday examined the implications of Schering-Plough's decision to exclude black people from the Phase II clinical trial of its experimental hepatitis C therapy (Jordan, AP/ San Jose Mercury News , 4/30). The... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Antiretroviral Drugs Could Be Used to Prevent HIV Transmission, Study Says

Antiretroviral drugs might be effective at preventing the transmission of HIV, according to a study published online in the February issue of PLoS Medicine , the San Jose Mercury News reports (Johnson, San Jose Mercury News , 2/4). For the... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Creator of AIDS Memorial Quilt, Names Project Foundation Settle Lawsuit

The Atlanta-based Names Project Foundation -- which owns the AIDS Memorial Quilt -- announced on Wednesday it has settled a lawsuit with the creator of the quilt, the AP/ San Jose Mercury News reports. Cleve Jones -- who started the 50-ton quilt... Read more »
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LA PUBLICIDAD DEL SIDA TAMBIEN MATA

Posted by Anonymous, 5 Replies
RECUERDO EN SUS INICIOS LA PANDEMIA SIDA Y LOS FAMOSOS MERCURY,HUCKSON...LAS PRIMERAS PLANA LOS SIGUIERON PASO A PASO MOSTRANDO COMO SE DETERIOBAN POR CULPA DEL VIRUS,PERO NADIE DECIA QUE ELLOS CON TODO SU DINERO Y BAJO EL CONSEJO DE SUS MEDICOS... Read more »

HIV & AIDS

Posted by Anonymous, 10 Replies
I don't live with AIDS and I don't know anyone with it but I'm going to write this anyway. I donot feel sorry for the thousands of teens and adults who walk the streets with AIDS because they didn't use a condom. Now if you're stupid enough to get... Read more »

Asia

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
I have been reading more and more people from asia are getting hit hard with HIV it seems to be a rapid problem for asians this disease is getting a grip on the world. Read more »

Egrifta /tesamorelin

Posted by ricky1, 3 Replies
I was diagnosed with lypodystrophy my dr referred me to an epidemiologist for help 2 years ago,My insrence company will cover it.but I had to go through a third party that will help pay for the copay. I was in a study with serostim but the... Read more »