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Homoeopathic medicines: bridging the AIDS gap.
Ahmed N; Manzil A; AIDS Research Center, Sylhet, Bangladesh.
December 30, 1998
Int Conf AIDS. 1998;12:1011 (abstract no. 60055). Unique Identifier :

OBJECTIVES: To divise the technique of homoeopathic treatment in primary (initial) infection and other HIV related diseases. DESIGN: Prospective, closed study. METHOD: 12 HIV infected persons from north eastern Bangladesh were included in the treatment program organized by the AIDS Research Center, Sylhet. The treatment has been confirmed and given for the symptoms of body pain, headache, diarrhoea, fever, weakness, cough etc. According to their especific symptoms the following homoeopathic medicines were prescribed: Sulphur, Syphilinum, Medorhinum, Alo Soc, Podopyllum, Murcurius, Natrum Slph, Belladona and Thuja in ultra attenuated L M potencies of single remedy at a time. RESULTS: These homoeopathic remedies gave astounding relief and restrained the embition of the HIV to 7.2 discontinued to take medicine and 3 has got no result. CONCLUSION: If homoeopathic medicines could be applyed in HIV infected cases with proper clinical opportunities, the medicines will give tremendous relief and cure, becouse, homoeopathic medicines in L M potencies are more more thiner than HIV.

MEETING ABSTRACTS Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome/*DRUG THERAPY AIDS-Related Opportunistic Infections/*DRUG THERAPY Bangladesh *Developing Countries *Homeopathy Human Palliative Care Prospective Studies Treatment Outcome

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