Cure for hiv
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By T. H VonZabern on January 14, 2005
Much has been written by readers about this book, both positive and by one or two naysayers. I'd like to add an anecdotal experience to help you decide what to believe.
In February of 1996, the man I was dating unexpectedly broke up with me. Let's call him Bruce in this review. In August he called to tell me that he needed to impart some important information and could I meet with him for dinner? The moment I saw him I knew he was very sick. His skin was laced with excema, and his features were fallen. He was skin and bones. His eyes looked tired and peered out of deep, dark-ringed hollows. He was listless, and with no appetite, had trouble walking and could not climb stairs unassisted.
He confirmed my worst suspicions, by letting me know that after more than 10 years without an HIV test, he'd finally gotten tested and turned
up not just with HIV but with full blown AIDS, with a T-cell count of 16, well under the AIDS threshhold of 200, and an off-the-charts viral count (too numerous to count). His weight had dropped from over 200 to 135, he was nonresponsive to the drugs his physician was giving him, and he was diagnosed as too advanced an AIDS case to be given any chance of survival. In other words, his doctor had told him to expect to be dead within six weeks.
The next day, the miracle happened: By chance, I saw Dr. Clarks book with its bold headline "The Cure for HIV and AIDS" in a health food store, and took it home without any real expectation. I was blown away by its revelations, and called Bruce the same day. I won't go into details here on the contents of the book. several reader reviews ably summarize the precepts it contains.
Bruce was enthusiastic about trying the treatment, and called his physician for permission. Read more ›
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