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Re: Clark's protocol and HIV/AIDS
 
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Re: Clark's protocol and HIV/AIDS


>- virus load was high i was fatigued and had many health issues

Yes, that can definitely be true. Any time that there is a lot of any foreign substance or abnormal substance in your body, it is likely to have a very negative effect if only from the amount of effort required to remove it.

>- The most important thing is that we look in practical matters than in theories

Most good theories are based on practical matters.

One of the theories is that viral load is a product of your own cells gone awry, dying, and releasing their contents into your body. This would entirely explaine both the fatigue and the measurement of aberant proteins and other substances circulating in the blood.

One of the "gold standards" of microbiology is to be able to isolate the offending organism from the host and identify it. This has never happened with HIV/AIDS. I have read extensively on both sides of the HIV/AIDS problem and from my experience in microbiology, I can see where the proponents of the HIV/AIDS link have failed in their efforts to prove their case.

On my page about HIV and AIDS, I have provide a couple of the more convincing publications supporting those who oppose this theory.
 

 
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