This is my first sac removal. I messed up last time and didn’t cut the sac out so the cyst grew back. I have the same wiper this time plus Kim on camera. Don’t worry about me saying that I’m not wearing any clothes, you won’t see anything in this video (but may hear some twisted comments from my camera girl and assistant). There is no need to comment on the lack of shirts this time, we aren’t wearing anything because of all the wonderful comments we got in the last video youtu.be (200+ in 2 months)! We are all straight, I think. I’m not a surgeon, just playing one for this video. I hope you enjoy it and hit the “thumbs up” button a lot. Thanks The uncensored version exists, but I can’t put it on you tube.
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A Six Part Program Exploring the Path towards a cure for HIV. Paula Cannon, Phd. Associate Professor Molecular Microbiology & Immunology USC Keck School of Medicine Los Angeles, California For more resources: PowerUSA.org
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On being denied access to affordable medicine, HIV/AIDS and IPR (Interview with Dr. YK Hamied and visit to CIPLA). Affordable anti retrovirals being denied to Indians with HIV/AIDS due to patent laws and drug companies.
On being denied access to affordable medicine; HIV/AIDS and IPR (Interview with Dr. YK Hamied and visit to CIPLA). Affordable anti retrovirals being denied to Indians with HIV/AIDS due to patent laws and drug companies.
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Dr. Keller has served on the scientific review panels for the National Institutes of Health and the VA. The Consumers’ Research Council has named him one of America’s “Top Physicians in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, and 2007 in the fields of Internal Medicine, Immunology and Hematology.” Dr. Keller has served on the faculties of the Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, the University of Wisconsin and the Medical College of Wisconsin (Marquette Univ.) He has published more than 100 original articles in various scientific and medical journals and has been awarded several patents. Dr. Keller was elected to The Board of Governors of the American Academy of HIV Medicine. Did you know glutathione is the most powerful, prevalent antioxidant in your body? Increasing your glutathione level will naturally increase your energy, detoxify your body and strengthen your immune system. MaxGXL® provides the proper nutrients needed to promote the body’s own ability to manufacture and absorb glutathione. MaxGXL® also aids in liver support, thus helping the liver to function as the main production site and storehouse for glutathione. www.maxgxl.com
a detailed 3d animation about hiv resistance in organism Please note that this video is not my copyrighted material.I am just sharing my collection from internet.So the credit goes to the real copyright owners. visit my website for more medical animations and their downloads: 3dmed.wetpaint.com
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What if your life-saving medicine contained deadly viruses and the drug manufacturers, the government, and your own doctors knew but failed to warn you? Through the eyes of survivors and family members, BAD BLOOD: A Cautionary Tale chronicles how a miracle treatment for hemophilia became an agent of death for 10000 Americans. Faced with evidence that pharmaceutical companies and government regulators knew the product was contaminated with HIV and hepatitis, they launched a powerful and inspiring fight to right the system that failed them and to make it safer for all
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Michigan Medical Marijuana In November of 2008, a voter approved marijuana act was passed in Michigan, making it one of 13 other states to legalize marijuana for medical use. To qualify for a medical marijuana card, a patient must have a doctors recommendation to treat specific medical conditions such as cancer, glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, Crohns disease, and several other chronic ailments. The act was written to protect marijuana patients and caregivers from prosecution, yet the issue raises many questions. For example, how does a patient obtain their medicine since it is still illegal to buy and sell marijuana? To answer this question, I decided to go to a local compassion club meeting, a place for marijuana patients and caregivers to network. Follow me as I attempt to uncover the truth about medical marijuana in Michigan. Directed by Kyle Papke
Natalia describes her experience with urine therapy, how she uses it, and explains to others how it may help them. Natalia can be reached at: saffronrose.com and https Natalia works as: Psychotherapist, Yoga and Ayurveda Consultant and Lecturer · Sydney, Australia Info on Urine Therapy Shivambu Shastra: Mother of Ayurvedic Medicine – By Natalia Perera – (7 pages) saffronrose.com or www.scribd.com Forum posts: Healing with Urine Therapy: Natalia Perera bit.ly This video is for educational purposes only. Please consult Dr. or Naturopathic Dr. for updates on this with health and happiness. Many have not heard of this as we are slowly awakening to one of the most powerful curative healing modalities ever known.
Local healers in Abuja, Nigeria believe to have discovered a cure for AIDS. CNN’s Christian Purefoy reports. By Christian Purefoy Fri February 6, 2009 CNN- www.cnn.com ABUJA, Nigeria (CNN) — The small room captured the smells from the wild assortment of herbs, barks and powders scattered in bags at the feet of the local medicine man. Using the little available light, Baba Chukuri mixed together half a-cup of water, several crushed roots, and passed it to a woman who had come to him for medical treatment. She drank the mixture and cringed at the bitter taste. Baba Chukuri is one of many traditional healers across Nigeria offering treatments to hundreds of people daily for a variety of illnesses. Many of these illnesses include scientifically incurable diseases like AIDS. “My grandfather was a hunter,” he explains, “we used to collect herbs together and he would show me how to make the recipes.” There is no scientific basis to Chukuri’s claims but speaking in his Hausa language, he explained how he charges less money than hospitals, so local people can afford him. “But also people trust me because they see my medicine works,” he says. Seventy percent of Nigeria’s population live on less than a dollar a day, forcing many people to come to local healers like Chukuri for affordable treatment. But with the second highest number of AIDS cases in the world, “bogus” cures for diseases like AIDS are also big business in Nigeria. However, Nigeria’s Institute for Pharmaceutical …