I agree. Betty Hewitt's dietary approach might be of some benefit in AIDS; but why does she become an embarrassment to humanity by going down the AIDS denier route? Though her data does not look robust: Out of the 10 AIDS patients involved in her very small scale trial of her treatment program, 6 died, but she said 4 were found to have reduced viral load after her treatment. However, when you look at her data table, even for this very small scale trial, the viral load figures are incomplete, and as far as I can see, there are only 6 patients for whom she has viral load data at the end of the 3 month trial, and out of those 6, only 1 had a significant reduction in viral load (1,200,000 down to 56,000 copies per ml of blood). I wonder if the patients that died were given antiretroviral drugs instead of Betty Hewitt's treatment, would they still be alive? The ones that died apparently had advanced AIDS.