HIV+ people who have never taken AIDS drugs, or have stopped taking them.

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Living without HIV drugs

This website is dedicated to the true-life stories of people who have two important things in common:

  • 1. We have all been diagnosed as HIV-Positive at some point in our lives, and
  • 2. We have all stopped, or never started taking the HIV medications normally prescribed by our doctors and clinics and hospitals, and are living healthy, happy lives.

We want to share our stories with you, in hopes that they can be an inspiration and provide you with the hope that you, too, can live without HIV drugs and their very serious and damaging side effects.

Keep in mind that the HIV medications that you may be taking now (or will probably be pressured into taking if you are newly diagnosed as HIV-Positive) have been proven to be more dangerous than HIV itself. According to a presentation at the AIDS Conference in Barcelona in 2002, and a scientific study published in the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (December, 2003), more HIV-Positives are dying from organ failure as a side effect from the HIV drugs than are dying from AIDS; and according to the largest and longest scientific study of HAART (Highly Active Anti-Retroviral Therapy), the drugs being given today are even more dangerous and offer no increase in longevity than those given in 1996.

In the lefthand column is a list of names (in alphabetical order) of those who want to share their stories with you.  Simply click on a name to read their story. Some of them also have an email address at the bottom of the story if you would like to communicate with them directly, and some of them are available to listen to as podcasts by clicking here.

In the righthand column are links to other important HIV/AIDS websites, including two free ebooks.

If you would like to share your story with us (and others who might be in your same or similar situation), please click here.


LV, Puerto Rico

  • Wow, I have been touched with the documents on the website, videos and the testimonies of people leaving the pills for a better health. I had a professor in [university] who told us about how HIV/AIDS has been a lie and how it does work but I have never understood it until now. I have been told that I have HIV and day by day I’m more curious about this. I’m looking to change my life, I’m looking to be healthy, I’m looking to change myself and will try to help others I love with the information you guys give as well as everything I can find in libraries and online websites. Thank you for making this information accessible and easy to find. I’ll keep seeing documentaries and reading information. My next step is going to be to leave my pills and be always healthy. I know I can.