Cyclodextrin Sugar Killing HIV AIDS? Who Would Have Imagined This?
Millions of children in Africa like Rosine are needlessly contracting HIV/AIDS when an inexpensive and non toxic sugar compound called Cyclodextrin (or HPBCD) kills the HIV/AIDS virus and could literally stop the spread of this horrible deadly disease from mother to child (not to mention adults!). Now that the world is going to find out how important the Niemann Pick Type C GENE and proteins (located on Chromosome 18) are to the HIV/AIDS viruses ability to create itself and replicate in an infected person’s body, there may be some significant breakthroughs on the horizon.
Rachel and Rosine – Africa Children With HIV/AIDS Rosine’s HIV/AIDS infection is being spread through her body with the helps of the Niemann Pick Type C proteins which help the HIV/AIDS virus makes itself inside a person’s cells. Cyclodextrin sugar is having miraculous effect on the HIV/AIDS virus (it’s killing the virus in animals!). Millions of children in Africa contract HIV/AIDS through the birth canal. Imagine the possibilities of pregnant mothers in Africa having an inexpensive and safe cream applied inside the birth canal prior to giving birth? The virus could be stopped – today! Cyclodextrin is readily available and simply needs to be tested in humans and deployed to see if it can work as effectively on people as it does in animals.
Addi & Cassi Hempel – Twins with Niemann Pick Type C Cyclodextrin treatment is being tried as a potential therapy in Niemann Pick Type C DISEASE, which afflicts 5 year old identical twins, Addi and Cassi Hempel. Addi and Cassi were born with two "genetic defects" or inherited "mutations" from their parents on the Niemann Pick Type C GENE. These mutations on the GENE cause a fatal cholesterol metabolism DISEASE that is often referred to as "Childhood Alzheimer’s." The FDA recently approved a "compassionate use" IND to allow the twins to receive cyclodextrin infusions directly into their bloodstreams. With cyclodextrin having such a profound effect on cellular cholesterol in mice studies and on viruses like HIV/AIDS attach to cholesterol when they enter the body like HIV/AIDS, imagine what else it might do if more research was done on this compound?
Thanks to Kresta King Cutcher Venning for sharing her beautiful pictures of children in Africa who are suffering from HIV/AIDS. This picture of Rosine was taken in 2006 and she is still battling her HIV/AIDS infection. Together we must bring the story of children and families in different parts of the world who are fighting what seems to be entirely different fatal diseases, but are really connected through cholesterol, to the world!