HIV and Drug Free: Cancer and the Immune System : Including Natural Therapy Recommendations
Eileen RendersISBN: 097115516X;
Book DescriptionOn February 4, 2001 the Herald-Tribune newspaper published an article quoting Federal Health Officials pertaining to an amendment of their long-held policy in the treatment of AIDS virus. Their original policy and approach in 1996 was to "hit early, hit hard" with drug therapy. However just five years later when they reviewed their guidelines policy, they had much concern over their findings. Many of the drug therapy treated patients had developed nerve damage, weakened bones, unusual accumulations of fat in the neck and abdomen, diabetes and a number of other serious side effects of therapy. Many developed dangerously high levels of cholesterol and other lipids in the blood, raising concern that HIV-infected people might face another epidemic-of heart disease. The pendulum has swung from when few therapies were available and most people died from AIDS to a time when drug cocktails are effective but creating complications. To quote Fauci, co-chairman of the Federal...
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