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The Problem of AIDS May Have Already Solved

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ABSTRACT

This article describes an alternative approach to the problem of AIDS. The author proposes a new theory. In this theory, HIV is not a “classic virus”, but a parasitic program that does not have a material carrier.

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Makarov, S. (2014) The Problem of AIDS May Have Already Solved. World Journal of AIDS, 4, 396-401. doi: 10.4236/wja.2014.44047.

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