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Hope in herbs

Positive Living article • Jim Arachne • 1 August 2003

Peter didn't think there was anything more he could try for his recurring shingles rash. He'd had a HIV diagnosis eleven years ago and a bout of shingles soon after, but that had cleared up quickly with a short course of the antiviralA medication or substance which is active against one or more virusesA small infective organism which is incapable of reproducing outside a host cell.. May include anti-HIV drugs, but these are more accurately termed antiretroviralsA medication or other substance which is active against retroviruses such as HIV.. drug acyclovir. read more »

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