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“Fewer people are becoming infected with HIV and fewer people are dying from AIDS. We must be proud of these successes and the potential in our shared future…”

---- Michel Sidibe Executive Director UNAIDS

In the nearly three decades since the onset of the HIV/AIDS pandemic, over 30 million people, including millions of infants and children, have died. Every country, and probably every community, across the globe has been affected to some degree. The cost of HIV/AIDS is beyond measure – it causes untold physical, emotional and spiritual suffering; it causes social devastation, disrupting families and creating “AIDS orphans;” it requires resources and expenditures that few countries can provide in the quantities demanded by such a destructive disease.

Much progress has been made. Medical science has unlocked some of the mysteries about the origins and mechanisms of this virus, enabling advancements in treatment, prevention and access to care. Antiretroviral medication has provided a significant breakthrough. As a result, HIV is no longer the automatic death sentence that it was originally, in the 80’ s and 90’ s. Many experts now view HIV/AIDS as a chronic, manageable disease. Indeed, there are 33 million people living with HIV today – a fourfold increase since 1990. Both new infections and deaths have finally begun decreasing.

As laudable as this is, the pandemic is by no means contained. HIV/AIDS continues to infect as many as 7000 new people every day, and in 2009, 1.8 million died from AIDS-related causes. There is still no vaccine to protect people from acquiring the virus, and there is no definitive cure. Antiretroviral medication therapy entails a number of unpleasant and sometimes severe side effects. And, according to the November 2010 Report from the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), 33.3 million people globally are living with HIV, and 10 million currently infected people have no access to antiretroviral medication.

A true solution to the global HIV/AIDS crisis continues to elude us.

Michel Sidibe, UNAIDS director, acknowledges that the gains described above are “fragile” and calls upon all those working to defeat HIV/AIDS to “work to accelerate progress.” That progress might be enhanced by exploring innovative initiatives such as that developed by Prof. Tian Sheng Xun, a medical doctor who has been treating HIV/AIDS patients in sub-Saharan Africa , the epicenter of the AIDS pandemic, for the past 20 years. The below is going to introduce Dr. Tian Shengxun and describe his natural antiretroviral therapy that he has developed and used to treat thousands of patients, with remarkable and promising outcomes.