IAS publishes list of unproven AIDS 'cures'

The International AIDS Society has published a list of fake AIDS "cures" on their website. While there are unfortunately more "cures" that could be added to this list, it is important that the IAS as the representative body of HIV/AIDS scientists has taken a strong stand against this dangerous and exploitative form of pseudoscience.

In the article Unproven AIDS "cures" they say:

The IAS urges its worldwide membership to hold their governments to account for unproven claims of AIDS cures. We advise health care workers and policy makers throughout the world to continue to implement ARV treatment programmes for all who need them, and to clarify the proven dangers of stopping ARVs, including the risk of disease progression and the development of drug resistance.