Dissident AIDS Database

TreatmentAlternative treatmentsAntioxidants supplementationDiethyl dithiocarbonate
Isoprinosine and imuthiol, two potentially active compounds in patients with AIDS-related complex symptoms.
 Pompidou, A., Delsaux, M.C., Telvi, L. et al.
  A reducing agent, diethyl dithiocarbonate, previously used as an immunomodulator, and inhibitor of tumour promotion, may be useful in improving the immune response in HIV infected individuals and in preventing and treating AIDS.
  Cancer Res. (Suppl.), 1985, 45, 4671s-4673s.1985
Randomised, double-blind placebo-controlled trial of ditiocarb sodium ("Imuthiol") in human immunodeficiency virus infection.
 Lang, J.M., Touraine, J.L. & Tr‚po, C.
  A reducing agent, diethyl dithiocarbonate, previously used as an immunomodulator, and inhibitor of tumour promotion, may be useful in improving the immune response in HIV infected individuals and in preventing and treating AIDS.
  Lancet, 1988, II, 702-706.1988
A pilot study of diethyldithiocarbamate in patients with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) and the AIDS-related complex.
 Brewton, G.W., Hersh, E.M., Rios, A. et al.
  A reducing agent, diethyl dithiocarbonate, previously used as an immunomodulator, and inhibitor of tumour promotion, may be useful in improving the immune response in HIV infected individuals and in preventing and treating AIDS.
  Life Sci., 1989, 45, 2509-2520.1989
Inhibition of HIV progression by dithiocarb.
 Reisinger, E.C., Kern, P., Ernest, M. et al.
  A reducing agent, diethyl dithiocarbonate, previously used as an immunomodulator, and inhibitor of tumour promotion, may be useful in improving the immune response in HIV infected individuals and in preventing and treating AIDS.
  Lancet, 1990, 335, 679-682.1990
Ditiocarb sodium (diethyldithiocarbamate) therapy in patients with symptomatic HIV infection and AIDS.
 Hersh, E.M., Brewtom, G., Abrams, D. et al.
  A reducing agent, diethyl dithiocarbonate, previously used as an immunomodulator, and inhibitor of tumour promotion, may be useful in improving the immune response in HIV infected individuals and in preventing and treating AIDS.
  J. Amer. med. Ass., 1991, 265, 1538-1544.1991