The few HIV-AIDS patients and other patients with general low white blood cell count syndrome have responded amazingly well with our Intranasal Light Therapy devices. Read the evidence on the MedicLights webpage on HIV. Thanks, Nathan (of MaRS) for giving giving us the recognition in your blog post! And, thanks to those who have shared their bloodwork results!
I love the chart of Shane’s CD4* count, so here it is again:
I have seen enough evidence and have enough understanding of the biomechanism behind this technology’s success with compromised immune systems to be confident of its power to heal. The key lies in the signalling created by the light illumination that results in enhancing the effectiveness of the immune system. One of the effects of this is the proliferation of white blood cells that include the CD4*T cells.
Of course, to have the necessary credibility, we need it to be supported by a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. That would be the next stage.
In the meantime, we want to share this opportunity for HIV patients to possibly reverse their condition with a low cost solution. On our part we can make the device even cheaper to HIV patients just to ensure that they do not pass this opportunity. All we need is to be kept in touch with the results of their subsequent bloodwork. With this data, we may be able to persuade the right parties to support us for the desired medical studies.
Please spread the word to anyone who wants this opportunity and contact me through the contact information here.