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Read this on the internet: http://herb.co/2017/07/22/hiv-aids/
I make Cannabis Oil with coconut oil myself to treat my rheumatism and my depressions / anxiety because of bi-polar disorder... It is legal where I live thank heavens and it helps me good against my anxiety attacks.
A major breakthrough has occurred in the decades-long fight against HIV/AIDS and it has to do with (you guessed it) cannabis. It seems like each week (sometimes daily), cannabis is being linked to the successful treatment of some ailment. Last week was no different, as a new study published in the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (JAIDS), found that THC might be able to prevent HIV from becoming full-blown AIDS.
I guess it is a bit premature to say it would really work but they already found so many working treatments with Cannabis, that I wouldn't be surprised.
It looks like researchers at Temple University have recently used a new gene editing technology called CRISPR to completely remove the HIV virus from mice. For those unaware of what CRISPR is, it's a new gene editing technology that's incredibly precise, incredibly effective and very cheap compared to previous gene editing technology. It's been used to genetically engineer mosquitoes that are immune to miliaria, cure blindness in mice and treat/reverse muscular dystrophy. The potential of this technology is incredible and it may one day be used to cure HIV/AIDS. We live in some amazing times. I recommend anyone reading this to do some research on CRISPR. It's pretty impressive what this technology can do and what it may be able to do in the future.
I found out my blood type recently and I was curious to know if certain blood groups or types were more or less likely to become HIV positive or acquire certain STDs through bareback sex.
I guess I'm curious if certain blood types (or even two people of different blood types) have any effect on transmission?
Does anyone know anything about this? I looked it up on Google and got a million different answers, some of which I am taking sceptically.
(Hopefully I'm making sense. Sick with a bug here at the moment.)
Thanks in advance.
I have 90 tablets (three month supply) of Tenvir-em, the generic PrEP drug, to sell.
I bought them through United Pharmacies, one of the online suppliers recommended on https://www.iwantprepnow.co.uk/
I had fully intended to use them, but I got onto another PrEP study (the DISCOVER study testing a new version of Truvada), so I'll be getting my tablets through that.
The expiry date on these generic tablets is March 2018.
Looking for £100 for them (I bought them for about £140).
Based in London, would prefer a face to face sale rather than putting them in the post, but you never know.
(If you're not already taking PrEP, not already accessing one of the PrEP clinics, but you're interested, best to check out the iwantprepnow site first, find out all the tests and procedures necessary before starting the drug as well as the follow-ups required.)
For the first time, new diagnoses of HIV have fallen among men who have sex with men in England, according to data from Public Health England. http://tinyurl.com/RemarkableDrop
PrEP is the culprit again for those of us who resent being on it. When I look at the guys in the photo from the article, I think the caption should be that the bearded top is agreeing to Gift the clean-shaven bottom, who is looking adoringly into the eyes of the lover who will be with him forever no matter what else happens in their relationship or their lives.