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Study: HIV can hide and grow in ‘sanctuaries’ in body after it’s undetectable in blood

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NIAID has a long-standing commitment to conduct Lyme disease research with the major goals of developing better means of diagnosing, treating, and preventing the disease. To accomplish these objectives, the NIAID Lyme disease research portfolio includes a broad range of activities designed to increase our understanding of this disease.

Expert Panel Concludes Neurostimulation Can Be Life-Changing Therapy for Chronic Pain #LIVINGwithCRPS

Scientific Breakthrough! Bee Venom Can Kill HIV, Study Says... - YouTube. It also kills lyme disease..

- It's Simple! - Clinical Studies Show Monolaurin Kills ALL infectious Bacteria! (Including MRSA Staph and Lyme Disease) And 14 Viruses! (Including Swine flu, HIV, Herpes and Hepatitis C.)

While Lyme disease occurs six times more often annually than HIV/AIDS, it receives less than 1% of the funding allotted to HIV/AIDS by the National Institutes of Health. #LymeDIseaseChallenge

Here's the deal, many years ago when I was dealing with HIV and AIDS on a regular basis there was a study on bedbugs and ‪#‎HIV‬, in that study they maintained that bedbugs can carry the ‪#‎AIDS‬ virus for up to three days. This was scuttled by the hotel industry, imagine the panic and loss of finance. The hard drive that had that report failed and I was never able to find it again. What I am saying is that this could be a real issue.‪#‎Lyme‬, ‪#‎EBOLA‬, you pick....www.ozonehospital.com

VIDEO Bee Venom Can Kill HIV, Study Says Scientists from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have discovered bee venom can kill the HIV virus without harming the body.

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ICD-9-CM Code for Wandering - (Official diagnosis may assist with insurance coverage for safety equipment and strengthen requests for implementation of safety-related strategies and accommodations in a student’s IEP.)