WE already KNOW of a means of not getting this disease...it is one disease that could end, if sexual behaviour and common sense would be applied. It would eventually die out..... I am not making light of this terrible disease...because it is horrible and plenty of innocent lives are effected by this.... But sexual promiscuity can put an end to it all
I believe we will have a viable cure (one that is cost effective and easy to administer) when curing or stopping the spread of AIDS becomes a real priority (as opposed to political posturing), or when some drug company finds they could make much more money from the cure than from the treatments.
I remember in the early '90s the TV news reporting that a cure had been discovered for AIDS, yet nothing came of it. Personally, I don't believe a cure will be found, but better ways of treating it could be.
Yes I agree. Modern science is only around 60 years old and has grown considerably since. Finding a permanent cure to HIV/AIDS is not a possibility. It's inevitable. It has already been fully cured in some patients. In a few decades, the cure will be readily available to all patients. In a few decades in fact, aging itself may be cured. I am in fact studying to research this very thing. ASTF.TK
Once you realize that lowering the global population by several billion is the goal of the persons who own the greatest portion of all global wealth - you'll then understand why there will be no well known or mainstream cures for things like cancer or AIDS.
It's also simply not as profitable to cure something as it is to stretch out the agony with prescription medications.
I know researchers who are very interested in finding cures, and they are funded by agencies (including the government/NIH) who seem to be interested in it too. I can be as cynical as the next person, but anyone who has been into a research institute will know that idealistic motivations are alive and well especially in HIV and cancer research.
Delivery of those discoveries to patients does cost money and is problematical, but that is a completely different issue more mired in government than medicine. And the question on the table is whether we will find a way to do it, not how it will be paid for and delivered--and to who.
Maybe we could in future. but we can't predict how long would it take for the discovery. but technology is getting better and better so we do have hope. A lots of scientists are working on it I think we would be able to find a cure. But my advice is "prevention is better than cure". So we should try to eliminate it completely by preventing getting diseased.
Wesman and Cagsil are on the money. They are not in a rush to "find" any cures as it is much more profitable to have patients dependent on a prescription for their whole rather than administer a one shot cure. Its really sick what they're doing but how else are they supposed to get ridiculous amounts of money?
of course. If you see the theories related to the origin of HIV/AIDS you'll see all the theories that are proposed only shows the mistake of humans. The way of transmission is different in each but the reason of transmission is "we".
yes. we can eliminate it from our population completely if we try to stop spreading it. Just like we eliminated small pox completely and now focusing on polio. I know it may take a very long period of time but at least it will be completely eliminated. And since now we have some ideas that how it might be transmitted from apes then we may be able to protect ourselves from again getting infected from the same reasons.
Has anyone read "Emerging Viruses"(aids & Ebola) Nature, Accident or INTENTIONAL. BY Leonard G. Horowitz, DMD, M.A., M.P.H When I hear a person state,"this is a curse from God, I can't help but think of the middle ages when peoples mind was riddle with superstition. The Center for Disease Control are authorities on Disease and they are not saying anything. So, Why would anyone want to blame a a god for something like aids.
I do not see why science will not find a cure for HIV / AIDS. Big strides are being made in preventing other viruses, like the flu virus by shutting off the receptors that allow the virus to multiply. This sort of research will one day lead to a cure for HIV / AIDS.
Perhaps if we spent money on medical research instead of wasting it on war and empire, we would already have cures for the flu and HIV / AIDS.
I agree. we have discovered the medicines that is capable to kill the viruses and bacterias that are much more stronger than the AIDS virus. So, we will definitely find a cure in future. But it's hard to guess how much time would it take.
There lies the problem....the process have been too sluggish to find the cure.Moreover though a permanent cure has evolved it is so expensive that the commoners cannot afford it....so tell me whats the benefits of inventing such a functional cure?
yep I agree. I think if the fixed rate/charges are so high then there might be some reason. For example, it costs some Rs 25,000 ($1= Rs 45) for a small (duration) radiation therapy (for cancer) in India. They expose the patient to a very high temp. So the other things like use of certain chemicals and all the other factors are also taken under consideration. In this they use ionisation radiation, has it's own long process. So to make it avail and to perform all those things may cost high. Just imagine a temp which is high enough to kill cancerous cell. How much it would take to produce them. I know it's costly, in fact very costly. In India most of the people don't even get that much of money per month in their salary. My mother works in hospital and she has told me that people even sell their property to get the treatment. But still most of the people die even after getting the treatment on the last stages (not every time/all stages).