A friend of mine swears that they have only read good things about this remedy for ALL that ails you. I am wondering about any research that has or has not been done on its usefullness with HIV.
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Yes but I don't need them on my life if have to deal with that.
I got my card and have been trying it but my indigestion seems worse.
I attended a supprt group meeting a few days ago. The general topic was on medication side effects and the importance of daily intake. Two of the patrons atated they have stopped taking their medicine for two reasons. One stated that they needed a break from taking 2 meds and stopped treatment for 3 months. Another stated, they stopped treatment for 19 days to experiment to see if there would any change to his C4… read more
The FDA recently expanded/approved guidelines for the HPV vaccine to include men aged 9 to 45.
My ID doctor said absolutely I should get the vaccine.
However, Blue Cross Blue Shield won’t cover the $600+ cost which is a series of 3 shots. So, I ran it through my Caremark app and showed it was covered so prescription sent to local CVS only for them to tell me Insurance was rejecting coverage. Not a prior auth issue, or STEP therapy - just a simple rejection as not covered.
The… read more
My primary doctor now is an internist who doesn't keep up with the latest info on HIV and it's treatments and complications. Thinking of changing to my Infectious Disease doctor. I've been with him 15 years but he's only in his office 2 1/2 days a week because he also runs the Infectious Disease Department at the local hospital and is on may boards. Any thoughts?
My cd4 was 2 when i was diagnosed and dr said i had a compromised immune system. As my cd4 went up and being undetectable does that go away? Or will i forever have a compromised immune system?
Infectious disease specialist, molecular epidemiologist and is the director of the Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology at the National Institutes of Health at the University of the Philippines in Manila.
A ‘functional cure’ of HIV has been achieved in one monkey given gene therapy that induced it to make two broadly neutralising antibodies against the virus.
Researcher José Martinez-Navio of the University of Miami told the HIV Research for Prevention conference (HIVR4P 2018) that the monkey received no antiretroviral therapy (ART) at any time other than two therapeutic vaccinations containing the genes that induce antibodies, and has remained with an undetectable viral load… read more
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