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The only herb mentioned In the Bible and the Qur’an is the God’s plant, and many people believe that this herb is created by God himself.

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tuberculosis - would love to have had before daughter was diagnosed with Dormant TB!! There are more people in the US that TB and do not know it unless you demand to be tested every single year. Get tested and get treated. That cold that you get constantly, could actually be a sign of TB. Once our daughter was diagnosed and began treatments, the colds backed off.

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Stages of HIV infection - 3) AIDS: As your CD4 cells fall below 200 cells/mm3, you are considered to have progressed to AIDS. Without treatment, people typically survive 3 years.

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from The Truth About Cancer

Have you heard the story of nurse Renee Caisse and her cancer-fighting tea? Discover what's in it and step-by-step directions to make her Essiac tea recipe. // The Truth About Cancer

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from TED Fellows

From a gel that can instantly stop traumatic bleeding to a laser for targeted treatment of HIV, these medical innovations created by TED…

CDC campaign banner of Christopher, a person living with HIV since 1987: HIV Treatment Works. Get in Care. Stay in Care. Live Well. Hear his story at  cdc.gov/HIVTreatmentWorks. A photo shows Christopher bowling.

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Viraday and Belly fat - Forum on Managing Side Effects of HIV Treatment -- TheBody.com

If you think you may have been exposed to HIV - regardless of whether you have experienced any symptoms - it is important to get tested as s...

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HIV/HCV Coinfected People See Good Cure Rates in Real-World Practice in Madrid - AASLD 2016 More than 90% of HIV-positive people treated with direct-acting antivirals for hepatitis C -- including many with liver cirrhosis -- achieved sustained virological response and few discontinued treatment due to side effects, showing that real-world clinical practice can produce ...... Juan Gonzalez-García at 2016 Liver Meeting (Photo: Liz Highleyman)