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New non-drug fix for HIV?

June 30, 2009 by  
Filed under Cyclodextrin News, HIV-Aids

The Scientist Magazine By Alison McCook June 2009 Researchers are slowly establishing a connection between an extremely rare genetic disease and HIV — and homing in on a safe, non-prescription compound that could treat both. Recently, James Hildreth at the Meharry Medical College School of Medicine in Nashville, Tenn., and his colleagues found that cells [...]

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Extra TV Renegade Doctors Show Covers FDA Approval of Addi and Cassi’s Cyclodextrin Infusions

June 12, 2009 by  
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Renegade Doctors (Extra) Story about Addi & Cassi Hempel’s Infusions of Cyclodextrin from Addi & Cassi Hempel on Vimeo. Twins Addison and Cassidy Hempel are fighting a disease that steals their memory, but they’re only five years old. Now their mother Chris is on a crusade to stop Niemann-Pick Disease Type C, a disease similar [...]

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The Wall Street Journal Reports On FDA Approval of Addi and Cassi’s Cyclodextrin Treatment

June 5, 2009 by  
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By AMY DOCKSER MARCUS April 3, 2009 A Mom Brokers Treatment for Her Twins’ Fatal Illness Bucking Scientific Convention, Ms. Hempel Gets Researchers From Different Fields to Share Data on Potential Therapy From the moment her twin daughters, Addison and Cassidy, were diagnosed with a fatal genetic disease in October 2007, Chris Hempel has been [...]

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Cyclodextrin As A Therapeutic “Drug” For HIV AIDS, Niemann Pick Type C and other Viruses

April 16, 2009 by  
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Addi and Cassi’s first round of cyclodextrin infusions have been going smoothly at Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno, Nevada.   We’re now into our third day of continuous infusions of hydroxy propel beta cyclodextrin (HPBCD) into the girls’ bloodstreams and they don’t seem to be experiencing any negative side effects.    I feel as if it’s [...]

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