Published in AIDS Weekly, October 2nd, 1995
It has long been recognized that AIDS patients exhibit alterations in serum proteins such as albumin, in addition to deficiencies in specific nutrients in plasma and cerebrospinal fluid, including folate, selenium, zinc and vitamin B12 .
"While malnutrition seems to contribute to the immunodeficiency of HIV disease, it is difficult to determine the precise role of nutritional factors, as they are themselves influenced by the course of HIV infection," researcher...
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