There are, obviously, many more unreported cases of HIV, and statistics just out in the USA show a 46% increase in some ethnic groups. The realistic views are that there are well over 50 Million cases, with numbers increasing yearly.

We have a newly developed AUTO-VACCINE that has shown great possibilities to treat HIV/AIDS. (See Chart Home Page). There are over 34 Million people in the world suffering from HIV/AIDS, and these figures do not take into consideration any unreported cases. The virus has now begun to mutate, and this new Auto-Vaccine may alleviate the problem of mutation. Therefore, it is of paramount importance to carry out--as soon as possible--clinical trials in each of the various countries to determine the efficacy of the Auto-Vaccine to be namedProtoZon."

  • More than 25 million people have died of AIDS since 1981.
  • Africa has 11.6 million AIDS orphans.
  • At the end of 2007, women accounted for 50% of all adults living with HIV worldwide, and for 59% in sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Young people (under 25 years old) account for half of all new HIV infections worldwide.
  • In developing and transitional countries, 9.7 million people are in immediate need of life-saving AIDS drugs; of these, only 2.99 million (31%) are receiving the drugs.

HIV-HELP through Legacy International does not believe in the word “NEVER.” Unless, it is “NEVER, NEVER, GIVE UP.” Legacy is a Non-Profit US Company specifically established to initiate a Ten (10) Country HIV/AIDS Clinical Trial. It was also founded in order to fund additional research in the present Auto-Vaccine for HIV/AIDS. Despite the alarmingly high amounts of money spent on HIV research, recent medical advances have projected no definitive timeline to finding a cure and are still no closer than 30 years ago.

Since the beginning of the HIV and AIDS epidemic, well over half a million people have died of AIDS in .America  – the equivalent of the entire population of Las Vegas. There are currently more than one million people living with HIV and AIDS in America and around a fifth of these are unaware of their infection, posing a high risk of onward transmission. Now there are other concerns.  See BBC News on our NEWS Page.