I met medical geographer Harold Foster (Victoria, BC) at an Orthomolecular Nutrition conference in May 2007. We emailed daily for over two years. We started sharing information on AIDS and then continued to the environment, schizophrenia, Alzheimer's, and cancer. I sent over 2000 emails and he acknowledged and commented on each one of them. There were only two emails he did not acknowledge nor comment on - the two were reports I sent about a Canadian clinical trial of a micronutrient formula developed by an American doctor to provide nutritional support to people living with HIV/AIDS and taking pharmaceuticals. Foster had been trying for many years to get a Canadian clinical trial of his micronutrient protocol which was developed to reverse the symptoms of AIDS and free people living with HIV/AIDS from their pharmaceutical cocktails and side-effects. He was denied a trial.

Harold Foster's formula was used in a successful clinical trial at Mengo Hospital in Kampala, Uganda and is now commercially available as Replenish+™. His goal was to find local sources for the ingredients so that Africa could be self-sufficient.

I became used to watching his emails arrive one after the other, every night at 11pm (8pm in Victoria.) I read the replies, enjoyed the witty comments, and then said 'Good night, Harry' and shut down the computer. Part of my reason for setting up this website is to free up my time so that I can better publicize Foster's work and carry on his dream.

Good night, Harry.

Back to About Maie Liiv