Results of molecular biological immunological parameters in the treatment of HIV infection by the method of bioresonance therapy
AUTHORS : Markin Yu.V. | Kazakov S.P. | Skvortsov S.V. | Arsenin S.L.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : IRFI RANS, GVKG named after N.N.Burdenko; Medical Center of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia
YEAR : 2002 | Category : Research
The widespread spread of HIV infection, which has become a pandemic throughout the world, dictates the creation of not only a vaccine against HIV infection, but also the development of new (drug and non-drug) methods of treatment. Currently, significant progress has been achieved in the treatment of HIV infection with medication (antiretroviral therapy) based on the combined use of drugs, which lead to a significant decrease in viral load and stabilization of immunological parameters.
At the same time, since the 90s, methods of bioresonance therapy (BRT) have been proposed for the treatment of a number of diseases, which we use to treat HIV-infected patients. Over the past 4 years, we have conducted experimental and clinical studies to assess the effectiveness of using the BRT method for treating HIV-infected patients. The study involved 16 HIV-infected patients with various routes of infection (sexual, parenteral) and confirmed laboratory data (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay – ELISA, immunoblotting – Western-blot, Sanofy Diagnostic Pasteur, France) about the presence of HIV infection without symptom complex “Pathological” generated by HIV. AIDS.