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Old 01-11-2008, 08:35 AM
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Just a quick note. I have been helping someone with HIV using MMS. Today he reports that his viral load is only 125. Last lab was 700. He doctor says his blood work looks almost normal. They are astounded! Asked him what he has been doing and he has not told them as of yet.

He has been doing 6 drops 2 and sometimes 3 times a day over the past 7 weeks. He feels great and has gained weight. We are all very excited here!

Will post more when I have further information.






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Old 01-11-2008, 02:50 PM
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Very interesting, Arrowwind. I recently saw a MMS/HIV protocol on the 'net. I'm not reposting it, at this time, because I have no idea of it's veracity. That protocol is certainly much more complicated than your friend's version.

I hope your friend continues to regain his health.
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That is very interesting. I am anxious to hear what the next test brings.

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I would love to hear more about this Patient but there's been no posts since January of this year?

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Hi BlondeAmbition, welcome aboard.

Well, its turning into a convoluted story. After his last lab in January that looked so good, sometime after that he decided to stop the MMS. A few weeks later he got to feeling bad and went and had his blood checked and the doctors were very upset and wanted to start him right away on the anti viral drugs. He reportedly has resumed the MMS and I haven't heard since then.

He never got past having nausea with the MMS on 6 drops two times a day although it was not real bad nausea. Even with the mild nausea he was doing much better than before MMS and he has sworn that he would never return to the drugs as they made him feel real bad.

This is all I know for now. I assume he will get tested again.

If the MMS does not work out well enough for him he is thinking of ozone therapy but meanwhile the MMS has gotten him on his feet and back to work and out of depression.
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It has not been proven that Aids is a viral disease. Many doubt that it is more than immune system weakness or breakdown with multifactorial etiology. German scientist by name of Duesberg predicts the collapse of the HIV/Aids model.
It has also now been reported that antiviral agents can cause AIDS .
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It has not been proven that Aids is a viral disease. Many doubt that it is more than immune system weakness or breakdown with multifactorial etiology. German scientist by name of Duesberg predicts the collapse of the HIV/Aids model.
It has also now been reported that antiviral agents can cause AIDS .
Well that's scary Doc. Doesn't any of this represent that it is sexually transmitted? I can't just be antivirals causing such by themselves. At least I hope not. I've been doing alt med antivirals, anti-fungals, and antibacterials as many others have.
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Hi BlondeAmbition, welcome aboard.

Well, its turning into a convoluted story. After his last lab in January that looked so good, sometime after that he decided to stop the MMS. A few weeks later he got to feeling bad and went and had his blood checked and the doctors were very upset and wanted to start him right away on the anti viral drugs. He reportedly has resumed the MMS and I haven't heard since then.

He never got past having nausea with the MMS on 6 drops two times a day although it was not real bad nausea. Even with the mild nausea he was doing much better than before MMS and he has sworn that he would never return to the drugs as they made him feel real bad.

This is all I know for now. I assume he will get tested again.

If the MMS does not work out well enough for him he is thinking of ozone therapy but meanwhile the MMS has gotten him on his feet and back to work and out of depression.
A kind 'Thank-You' Arrowwind09 for the follow up response to my post.

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Hi BlondeAmbition, welcome aboard.

Well, its turning into a convoluted story. After his last lab in January that looked so good, sometime after that he decided to stop the MMS. A few weeks later he got to feeling bad and went and had his blood checked and the doctors were very upset and wanted to start him right away on the anti viral drugs. He reportedly has resumed the MMS and I haven't heard since then.

He never got past having nausea with the MMS on 6 drops two times a day although it was not real bad nausea. Even with the mild nausea he was doing much better than before MMS and he has sworn that he would never return to the drugs as they made him feel real bad.

This is all I know for now. I assume he will get tested again.

If the MMS does not work out well enough for him he is thinking of ozone therapy but meanwhile the MMS has gotten him on his feet and back to work and out of depression.
There are just so few accounts out there, & many are considering this treatment. So, the more info the better! Let us know if you hear of his recent results now that he's back on it.
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I have two friends currently using MMS for Aids and both are doing much better. One has been for medical tests recently and they confirm that MMS is working. I am waiting for the tests results to get translated into english and then I will post the numbers. One is a women who was down in weight to about 80lbs and she is starting to look better. I will post more when I get the translated tests.
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I have two friends currently using MMS for Aids and both are doing much better. One has been for medical tests recently and they confirm that MMS is working. I am waiting for the tests results to get translated into english and then I will post the numbers. One is a women who was down in weight to about 80lbs and she is starting to look better. I will post more when I get the translated tests.

Hey Rken,

Any updates on your friends' status. I am very interested in hearing about HIV results with MMS. I have a good friend (mother of 4) who is HIV positive along with her 12 year old daughter and who lost her husband to the disease.

She is on arvs but thankfully up until now her daughter who was born with the disease has been in the safe zone and not needed meds although she is forever picking up infections going around and was hospitalised with a scary c diff infection but was fine a short time later.

I would love to recommend MMS but despite Jim Humble's claims I haven't heard of one HIV+ person who personally says that they have been cured. ( Obviously, I do appreciate that the people he treated are mainly in african countries and may not have forums such as these to share their stories.) However, even if many people reported significant improvements in their health and reduced viral load versus increased cd4 cells it would be fantastic.

Anyway, I would be very interested if you have any updates to share.

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Your friend could try Humic acid. Heres a documented case of HIV viral load reduction using Humic acid, as well as some research of Humic acid and HIV.

http://www.humichealth.info/statements.html#hiv

http://www.humichealth.info/userx.html
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Thanks a lot liverock. I'd never heard of humic acid. Just skimmed over the site. Looks very interesting. I will definitely be looking into it further. Much appreciated. Thanks
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