can we expect some positive cure in hiv soon from scientist ???
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replied April 2nd, 2011
Hello, and thanks for your medical question on E Health Forum.

Although there is no cure for HIV infection, there are treatment options that can help people living with HIV experience long and productive lives. CDC and other government agencies continue to work on a variety of treatment-related activities, including:

1. HIV/AIDS clinical research and drug trials;

2. vaccine research;

3. development of treatment guidelines and best practices; and

4. creating and implementing treatment-related prevention strategies that can help stop new infections.


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replied April 3rd, 2011
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hard work is the art of making the possible impossible.
i hope we'll get it soon. don't worry hiv +vs. god watches all.
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replied April 3rd, 2011
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Hi there.
I'm not a doctor.
I'm positive that there's a cure on this planet, for any illness/desease etc..
but it's not in the form of a pill/chemical.
There will never be any cure for common deseases, but only treatments.
There seems to be cures only for any desease that can cause a massive epidemic. (vaccines)Try to think why.? I hope I'm wrong.
You probably have a better chance in finding a Cure, if you go to the Amazon Forest and consult an aboriginal.

You might want to look for any Natural Herbal Remedies that can boost your immune system, like Elderberry Syrup, Triphala, Aloe Vera Juice, Oil Of Oregano, Olive Leaf Extract, Grapefruit Seed Extract and many more.
Do as much research as you can. Your life depends on it. I really hope you find the cure yourself.
TC. rainbow
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