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HIV 1 and 2 Deadly Sub types

HIV 1 and 2 – Deadly Sub types One of the obstacles to treatment of the human immunodeficiency virus is its high genetic variability.  HIV can be divided into two major types, HIV type 1 (HIV-1) and HIV type 2 (HIV-2). HIV-1 is related to viruses found in chimpanzees and gorillas living in western Africa, […]

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NIGERIA AND HIV AIDS

At a cost of up to $15,000 a year, the antiretroviral drugs used for treating HIV and AIDS are a big money-maker for drug companies. But apparently they are also a good choice for corrupt doctors who are illegally trying to make a quick buck off the US Medicare system. A federal investigation has revealed […]

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CURE HIV AIDS IN NIGERIA

Evil Spirits may hover over Nigerian villages in a short while. This is ultimate secret about Nigerian public health.  Secret which politicians will never want to reveal WHO said in their last communique- 1,20,00,00 People Die Of HIV/AIDS  In Nigeria  by 2012. In a circular issued by the National HIV/AIDS and Allied Diseases Eradication Forum […]

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HIV Clinics in Nigeria

Nigeria HIV Clinics/ HIV Treatment Hospitals in Nigeria- Holistic centers/Hospitals  to treat HIV in Nigeria- Holistic centers to treat HIV in Nigeria. There are no such centers for this purpose. But you can get Holistic medicine from distributors through Couriers- contact support@helpcure.com to get these details.- Remember Holistic is the only one way to cure […]

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HIV Hospitals In Nigeria

The Hospitals and list of HIV hospitals in Nigeria-   Nigeria HIV Hospitals OR Hospitals in Nigeria to treat HIV   Holistic  Hospitals  to treat HIV in Nigeria- Holistic  Treatment is self medication and no hospital is required for this So to treat HIV in Nigeria no Holistic hospitals are available. There are no such […]

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HIV Test Centers in Nigeria

There are many test centers for testing HIV available in Nigeria They are endless  Here I am listing only top test centers in Nigeria They are following Company Name: Emkay Medical Lab. Service Address: 9, Ogunsolu Street, Ikeja, Lagos Phone: 08032229579 Email: emkaylab@yahoo.com   Company Name: Ogo Oluwa Diagnostic Address: 1, Abeokuta Street , Ajegunle, […]

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Goodluck Jonathan President of Nigeria Fights AIDS in West Africa

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HIV in Nigeria

In Nigeria, Christian Aid has reached more than 16000 children orphaned or made vulnerable by HIV, over the last five years. Our local partners provide care and support including important nutritional advice to families. Widows and older children caring for younger orphaned siblings are given the opportunity to join Savings and Loans Associations, helping them […]

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Treatment of HIV

This Mcgrawhill animation tells us the mechanisms of different drugs used to treat HIV…… Video Rating: 5 / 5

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Learn about HIV Treatment

Article by Jhonny Vaz How HIV is TransmittedThe human immunodeficiency virus is chiefly caused by contact with vaginal fluid, semen or blood infected by the disease. HIV is typically spread via these three causes: * HIV may be spread to infants from their mothers during childbirth or during nursing.* Sexual contact with someone infected with […]

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