A survey shows that half of HIV-infected Americans are using alternative medicines like megavitamin doses or herbs to replace or supplement anti-HIV drugs.
For the first time, scientists have provided a detailed look at how human antibodies may drive human immunodeficiency virus to mutate and escape detection by the immune system.
Hope is growing that a simple vaginal gel could help to stem the global spread of HIV. A squirt of antibody, which prevents the virus burying into human cells, seems to curb sexual transmission of HIV between monkeys. “We’re encouraged,” says lead researcher John Moore of Cornell University.
“AIDS perfectly mirrors the concerns, fears and spiritual state of humanity now. It has affected not only the gay society but also all the “main groups of society” in that sense AIDS has come about as some sort of a catalyst to society. AIDS is a logical development in the history of illness and medicine.” AIDS – The Homoeopathic Challenge (Stallick, J)
A woman infected with HIV
– can lead a normal life