Discussion in 'Conspiracy Theories' started by ginscpy, Mar 14, 2011.
HIV/Aids - combo of other diseases and toxic meds......
and somehave supeioror genes...........................
Dirty needles spreadin' AIDS in Africa...
Injection Drug Use Helps Drive HIV/AIDS in Africa
April 29, 2011 - Injection drug use has long been a driving factor in the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. But now, there are signs its a growing problem in sub-Saharan Africa, as well.
actually, its punishment for having sex with monkeys
Fewer people dying from AIDS due to more people being on treatment...
Report: More People with HIV on Treatment, Fewer People Dying from AIDS
November 21, 2016 — In advance of World AIDS Day on December 1, a new report finds that more people with HIV than ever before are receiving life-saving treatment, leading to fewer deaths from AIDS-related illnesses around the world.
New antiretroviral drugs can reduce the viral load in the blood and semen...
Drug Speeds Up Reduction of HIV Levels in Semen, Research Shows
November 22, 2016 - New antiretroviral drugs can reduce the viral load in the blood and semen of HIV-positive individuals more quickly than older treatments, new research shows.
Yes I just wrote a research paper that was partially about HIV/AIDS. With new laws that provide more education on STIs/STDs and provide free condoms... and more drug needle programs, etc. It has decreased the spread greatly.
There are a lot of professionals who agree with you, including a few Nobel Prize winners. The two best books ever written about the HIV/AIDS hypothesis are:
Inventing the Aids Virus by Peter H. Duesberg. This book is written for the layperson and explains why the HIV/AIDS hypotheses is unproven. Duesburg makes the case that the correlation between AIDS and certain behavioral factors, especially long term drug use, is much stronger than the purported correlation between AIDS and the HIV virus.
AIDS:Virus - or Drug Induced, edited by Petter H. Duesberg. Peter Duesberg invited experts working with HIV and AIDS to publish their opinions. There are about two dozen contributors to this book, but only one of those experts supported the HIV/AIDS hypothesis. This book is written for those with a background in virology/retrovirology. I purchased the book about 15-20 years ago and it took me a long time to read it and understand it. I spent months on the internet looking up technical words and terms, but finally it all came together. The book is a little pricey, especially for a paperback. The price on Amazon today was $139.
To all other readers: The sole purpose of submitting this response is to point out that not everyone agrees with the HIV/AIDS hypotheses. The problem is that those who do agree are getting all the press – and government funding. Duesberg explains it all. Please don't ask me questions about HIV/AIDS. Sometime down the road I may publish an article on the subject, but at this time I don't want to discuss the matter. Sorry.
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