Photo: AIDS Prevention Possible With Lime Juice?



An AIDS researcher collects a blood sample from a child in Singi, Uganda, on December 3, 2005.

An Australian scientist suggests that lime and lemon juice could be potent weapons in the fight against AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa, where three million new cases of HIV infection are reported every year. But some experts argue that the proposed treatment may be either ineffective or potentially harmful.

Photograph by Marco Di Lauro/Getty Images


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