To: Dr. Clark
I was diagnosed with HIV infection two years ago via ELISA/western blot assays. I have since tested negative for every consecutive PCR test since beginning Dr Clark's benzene, parasite & liver cleanups.
I take ionic silver (500 ppm/day) along with these; however, I am uncertain which is better. I ionize the silver using hydrogen peroxide 17.5% three times daily in drinking water. I have never requested another antibody test because I know that I do not have HIV.
But as you are well aware, people are ignorant and refuse to believe that I can be negative. Isn't having a negative PCR considered a negative result for HIV infection via orthodox medicine? And is it possible to convert my antibody status down the road?
I would appreciate your professional explanation at your convenience. I am a clinical pharmacist, but I am a huge advocate of Dr. Clark.
Thank you for your time