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HIV infected persons are asymptomatic (without symptoms) early after the infection. The infected persons show symptoms after 2 to 15 years after initial infection. The time interval between development of AIDS symptoms may range from to 15 years (Infected
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to full blown AIDS development). When the CD4-T cell count is less than 200 (Normal: 500 to 1500), then the patient is considered to have AIDS. AIDS Related Complex (ARC) is a less serious condition than AIDS. In ARC, the patient test positive for AIDS infection and often has less sever symptoms than classical AIDS.
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HIV CAN BE CURED BY HAVING DAILY A CUP OF TULSI TEA, A CUP OF NEEM TREE LEAVE CRUSH,1 CUP OF JUICE OF BITTER GOURD IN THE MORNING,1 TEA SPOON OF HONEY FROM A NEEM TREE.BUT TCURE REQUIRES AT LEAST 3 TO 4 YRS TO CURE BY THIS METHOD..JUST TRY..THIS SEEN IN INDIA ..
rohit30 Friday, July 29, 2011
HIV in present does not have any cure ... and the methods suggested by you .. increase the immunity of the patient and does not cure HIV AIDS ... HIV VIRUS was not originated from the animal breed as evryone usually say .. it was discovered by an american scientist who made the virus to finish homosexuality in america .. saliva does not play any role in the transmission of HIV AIDS ...
linzzy Monday, June 25, 2012

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