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The Problem of AIDS is Completely Solved

Makarov S*

Independent researcher, Riga, Latvia

*Corresponding author: Sergey Makarov, Independent researcher, Riga, Latvia. Tel: +37126333050; E-mail:

Received Date: 02 May, 2017; Accepted Date: 10 May, 2017; Published Date: 17 May, 2017

Citation: Markarov S (2017) The Problem of AIDS is Completely Solved. Curr Res HIV 2017: CRHA-113. DOI: 10.29011/2575-7105. 100013

I am a citizen of Russia, who permanently resides in Latvia. I have been dealing with the problem of AIDS for a long time. Unfortunately, many people and organizations can only talk about eradicating AIDS, but there are no effective official results on this way. Moreover, Vadim Pokrovsky (Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Epidemiology and Prevention of AIDS Laboratory of the Research Institute of Epidemiology and the Federal Scientific and Methodological Center for AIDS Prevention and Control) stated bluntly: "The problem of AIDS is not solved and it will not be solved" [cm. Elena Vansovich (2000) "AIDS in Russia is not the same as in South Africa, but much worse"
Http:// (in Russian). I wonder how he is then ashamed to receive his salary. If Vadim Pokrovsky and Robert Gallo do not know how to solve the AIDS problem, this does not mean that this problem is not solvable at all. If you are concerned about the problem of AIDS, review my articles. All these references lead to sources independent of me and all this information was checked by medical experts many times before its publication.

My information for the first time in the world made it possible to accurately diagnose AIDS (see the article "AIDS - a disease of the" chain reaction "type), which allows it to be eradicated all over the world.

Experiments of Dr. Chekurov (Moscow, Russia) and Dr. Suverneva (Novosibirsk, Russia) on the use of hyperthermia against AIDS have fully confirmed the validity of my theory.

I am an independent researcher, for my work I have not received any grants or grants. However, I made a major breakthrough in science, I think, deserves of any official recognition. If you are interested in whom I am and where, visit my Russian-English personal website -
From history it is known that all the biggest breakthroughs in science were made by single scientists, such as Einstein, Mendeleev, Maxwell, Faraday, Pavlov ... Why is everyone now forgotten about this? 2017-03-22 Sergey Makarov (

  1. Sergey Makarov (2003) "Physiotherapeutic method of treatment of AIDS and cancer diseases", Agency of scientific and technical information.
  2. Sergey Makarov (2011) "Energy and AIDS", Almanac "Free search".
  3. Sergei Makarov (2011) "Tensegrity is potency", Prometheus website.
  4. Sergei Makarov (2012) "The Law of World Harmony", Techno-community of Russia.
  5. Sergey Makarov (2012) monograph "The puzzle named" AIDS ", LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, ISBN: 978-3-659-17906-8
  6. Sergey Makarov (2013) "Between Scylla and Charybdis", Agency of Scientific and Technical Information,
  7. Sergei Makarov (2015) "The problem of AIDS may have already been resolved", Agency for Scientific and Technical Information,
  8. Sergei Makarov (2015) "The problem of AIDS may have already been solved", the website "Medicine of the Russian Federation".
  9. Sergei Makarov (2015) "The puzzle of AIDS is solved", the site "Medicine of the Russian Federation".
  10. Sergei Makarov (2015) "AIDS - a type of disease" chain reaction ", the site" Medicine RF ". Html
  11. Sergey Makarov (2015) "The real theory of AIDS", the site "Medicine of the Russian Federation".
  12. Sergei Makarov (2016) "What is AIDS - a tragedy or happiness?" Site "Medicine of the Russian Federation", -schastem.html

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