Dr. Robert Robinson, specialist in internal medicine, taking a dose of his own medicine, Immuno-gizer. - Norman Grindley/Deputy Chief Photographer
Five AIDS patients treated with antiretroviral medications, relapsed in September 2004, despite compliance with treatment. Due to financial restraints antiviral therapy was not accessible. Symptoms included relapse of diarrhoea, skin and oral manifestations.
Immunogizer products were added to their diets and all patients' symptoms resolved within two weeks of supplementation. Below are their CD 4 counts before and three months after Immuno-gizer supplementation.
|Name||Diag. date||Present Med.||Before CD4 count||After CD4 count|
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