According to The LDN Book, we can see the effect LDN or now known as Lodonal has on patients with HIV/AIDS. There have been some studies showing the lack of care in healthcare-associated infections recently resulting in tuberculosis or even HIV/AIDS. There was a reported 2.6 millions cases of HAI's. That's a lot in case you were wondering. These people are already sick only to come out of the hospital with something worse. Dr. Bihari the founder of Lodonal found that the immune cell CD4 was standard marker for seeing how fast HIV was progressing. He noticed the amount of deaths in patients with HIV/AIDS was vastly lower when taking Lodonal. His researched changed the way scientist studied how to treat HIV/AIDS by focusing on CD4, Endorphins, and opiates for the regulation of the immune system.
Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) are a well-known danger in the industry, but a new study suggests such illnesses may be a bigger burden than diseases such as tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS. The researchers examined European infection rates for four HAIs: healthcare-associated urinary tract infection, surgical site infection, healthcare associated Clostridium difficile infection, healthcare-associated neonatal sepsis, healthcare-associated pneumonia and healthcare associated primary bloodstream infection, according to the study, and estimated more than 2.6 million cases of such infections across Europe each year. - Fierce Health Care