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Hi guys...

Yesterday I went to my Doctor. She was telling me that a man was admitted to the hospital yesterday because his outbreaks were so bad he has sores "all over - horrible"...

So I said - they should try HBOT on him - maybe that would help, maybe Oxygen or Ozone therapy....

Surprized, she said "what?" I told her about posts here, and possible cures/aides people are researching and experiencing.... she had no idea. NO idea!

Then I went on asking about pharmacutical Co.s and maybe she doesn't know about any of this because they want to sell drugs in stead of find cures...

her relpy: " yup, VERY EXPENSIVE drugs..."

That man in the hospital could use some help - sucks they won't or don't know how.... maybe he should take up scuba diving when he's better....

I plan on sending her a link here, and I would love to send something to my docs in regards to this stuff... anybody tried already? any suggestions???

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dear lasmom,

i talked to a doctor who works with AIDS patients about ozone therapy. He told me that although ozone is capable of killing the virus, it would also harm healthy cells as well. he told me that he's seen some AIDS patients come back in horrible shape after getting ozone treatment. although he thinks there may be a window between ozone killing the herpes virus and ozone killing healthy cells, that window is yet to be determined.

another doctor i've spoken to, who has written extensively about ozone, said that as long as the concentration of ozone is low enough, it should not hurt healthy cells since they have enzyme protection which viruses do not.

i guess the real question is, do we know of any ozone doctors who KNOW what a safe amount of ozone is? and how do they know? have they conducted studies determining what is the safe amount of ozone?

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He told me that although ozone is capable of killing the virus' date=' it would also harm healthy cells as well. [/quote']

So doesn't CHEMOTHERAPY. That doesn't stop cancer patients... of course, this isn't KILLING us...

thanks for that.

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That doctor is absolutly right... AIDS is a virus that not only destroyes cells, it also damages them... What happens in Ozone (when it's injected) the ozone destroyes everthing from the virus, to infected cell tissue, to damaged cells... The way doctors test for HIV infected is by doing a cell count of some sort... HIV patients have lower T-cell counts then normal people... In one test a person gets his T4-cell count at like 800... Then after the ozone treatment his body only counted like 300 or something... Anyways, this meant that there was massive cell destruction in his body... When HIV guys get treatment, they go one/two on, and one/two weeks off for cells to regenerate... Thats how ozone works... Ozone alone will not cure a person of HIV... I am still confident infected ozone will cure ppl of HSV...


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