Several years ago, protease inhibitors were the Great White Hope of AIDS therapy. These drugs work by inhibiting the enzyme protease, which is crucial to HIV’s ability to reproduce.
People with AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) should beware of biopsies, according to doctors in the USA.
Since I last wrote about this in this column 10 years ago, reliable data have emerged from clinical trials validating a number of non-orthodox treatments for this condition.
I recently came across a story in a newspaper that claimed that AIDS is linked to dental fillings. This case was ‘unusual’ because it was diagnosed by a hypnotist, Mr Paul Nyles.
Three of the first people in America caught in the AIDS epidemic were told nearly 20 years ago that they’d soon be in their graves.