Provider: The Cole Center for Healing
Written By: Dr. Theodore Cole
HIV is a progressive disease, once thought to be fatal in all cases. Although there is much controversy surrounding the cause, nature, and responsiveness of this condition, we find that it is treatable with excellent response rates. We have developed our HIV/AIDS program based on our own findings plus those of many physicians preceding us. At this time, I believe that all patients in decent overall health have an excellent chance of reducing their viral loads to zero by following our program.
Several therapies have been shown to be effective in HIV/AIDS. One of the main therapies for HIV/AIDS is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. In a large, long-term program this therapy was found to be able to control most cases of HIV/AIDS, resulting in normal health, activity, and life span for the participants (2). It is suggested that the initial program be a series of 40 treatments, done once or twice per day.
Another excellent therapy for HIV/AIDS is Vitamin C IV, or, more exactly, ascorbic acid IV. Ascorbic acid has been found to have an enormous effect against viruses and bacteria of all types. When used by itself it has been found to be able to reverse infections of many types, including polio and other serious diseases (3). It is suggested that this procedure be done 2-5 times per week.
NIS and NES are two therapies that also deal directly with infections. Although using different approaches, they are both highly effective and can help eliminate infections of all kinds. I consider them vital to the treatment of HIV/AIDS or any other infection.
There are several other treatments that can be used with the above approaches to help with both the short and long term effects of HIV/AIDS. An added benefit is that the therapies are extremely safe, and there are virtually no side effects. Please see our individual therapy descriptions on our website for further information on the above items.
Aids Under Pressure: Hyperbaric Medicine In The Management of HIV Disease, Reillo, M., 1997
Curing The Incurable: Vitamin C, Infectious Disease, and Toxins, Levy, T.E., 2002