Here’s the story of Lindsey Nagel, a child adopted from Romania suffering from AIDs. Her health continued to slide so long as her adopted parents followed doctors’ advice and gave her AIDs treatment drugs including Septra and ACT. But seeing how these drugs stunted her growth, caused her great pain and racked her muscles, the adopted parents followed the advice of an early AIDs skeptic Peter H. Dueberg and stopped administering the drugs to Lindsey. The end result: She not only lived, but began to see her health improve. More from JamieDlux.