Published in AIDS Weekly, February 9th, 2004
"Peripheral neuropathy is a common condition in HIV-positive patients and is often experienced in diabetes mellitus," scientists in Germany explained. However, "the primary mechanism of the disease, which can considerably aggravate the patient's state, is unknown."
"The perineurium of patients with peripheral neuropathy is frequently enveloped by apatite. Nanobacteria (NB) are protected by a mineral shell consisting of apatite," noted A.P. Sommer and colleagues at the University of Ulm. "Light has been shown to elevate the vitality level of cells, and was predicted to inhibit deposition...
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