use DNCB to "boost" their immune system

Some HIV patients use DNCB to "boost" their immune system.

DNCB (dinitrochlorobenzene) is a sensitizing agent. It's applied to the skin and causes a rash that's similar to poison ivy or poison oak.

Proponents claim this reaction is a sign of a "stimulated" immune system that will work better to fight HIV infection.

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