Glutathione Helped Family With HIV and AIDS
Can glutathione precursor, which raises glutathione, help someone that has AIDS and is HIV-positive?
Read Roger's story, and find out what glutathione precursor, which raised his glutathione, did for him and his family here:
The following case study is taken from Dr. Jimmy Gutman's latest bestseller- "Glutathione - Your Key to Health", pages 111-112:
"The first member of his family of three to be diagnosed with AIDS was the father Bob, who developed pneumonia at age forty-four. His wife Joan who developed swollen glands (lymphadenopathy), tested positive shortly afterwards. Subsequently they discovered that their two-year old son Justin was also HIV-positive, although he was asymptomatic.
Both Bob and Joan became progressively unwell and Bob quit his job due to fatigue. Both were started on the antiviral drug AZT, but both discontinued this therapy because of intolerable side-effects. Because of her vomiting and profound headaches on the drug, Joan decided not to allow her son to receive this therapy. Bob, Joan, and Justin were started on Glutathione Precusor. Both husband and wife noticed significant increase in their energy levels within weeks.
Monitoring the families' blood tests over the next nine months, improvements in viral load, lymphocyte (white blood cell) count and specific CD4 lymphocyte values were apparent. Bob returned to work, Justin remained symptom-free, and Joan wanted another child but was convinced not to pursue this idea."
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