Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Diagnosing HIV without using an HIV Test

Leading experts discuss diagnosing people in the West with HIV, without doing an HIV antibody test.

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

HIV testing cannot detect "HIV" itself

Since HIV testing cannot detect "HIV" itself, and since the test kits currently used to diagnose alleged "HIV infection" only rely on surrogate markers such as antibodies or genetic material, a study should exist somewhere in the published medical literature which shows that at least one type of surrogate test for HIV has been validated for accuracy by the direct isolation of HIV itself from people who test antibody, RNA , or DNA positive.

A study that validates HIV test kits is missing from the medical literature and It has been almost 30 years since the alleged discovery of HIV and the development and marketing of the HIV antibody test kits, yet it appears that no study ever validated HIV tests by the direct purification of HIV from persons who test positive or have a "viral load."

Monday, October 15, 2012

Dr. Luc Montagnier, HIV and AIDS truth exposed, Un-cuted footage from "House of Numbers"

The un-cut footage from documentary "House of Numbers" reveals truth about AIDS as told by Dr. Luc Montagnier. AIDS can be reversed. Nutrition is the answer. Hear it straight from the co-discoverer of HIV. Posted by

The transcript between FilmMaker of "House of Numbers" and Dr. Luc Montagnier

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Magic Johnson Partners With OraSure on HIV Awareness Campaign

(The Root) -- "No, I'm not on any magical drugs. I've been saying that for 21 years," Magic Johnson told a small crowd of journalists and HIV- and AIDS-prevention workers over lunch at New York City's Gramercy Park Hotel on Wednesday.
The NBA champion and star of the Los Angeles Lakers, after receiving the life-changing news that he was HIV-positive, announced his status to a gaggle of television cameras in 1991. Since then he has worked to change the way the world perceives people who carry the virus.

OraSure CEO Douglas Michels on the company’s partnership with Magic Johnson and its new rapid HIV test that is now available for in-home use. 

OraSure Technologies Inc. (OSUR) Stock:

Ask for the Kit insert before your next HIV and AIDS test.

READ: In Home HIV Tests Now Available to Mislead

But initially, Johnson had to seek someone to guide him through the process of dealing with his disease, both emotionally and physically. Now he is an international ambassador for HIV and AIDS prevention, the self-proclaimed "face of this disease," and he's endorsing the at-home HIV test called OraQuick.
Produced by the pharmaceutical company OraSure, the test is the first FDA-approved rapid HIV test, which produces results in 20 minutes. It retails at pharmacies like CVS or Duane Reade, as well as online for about $39. OraQuick, which has been used by health care providers for just over a decade, uses a mouth swab to detect antibodies to HIV-1 and HIV-2 in oral fluid. And while this seems to be great news for people who would rather learn their status in their own bathroom, according to the Food and Drug Administration, the test does come with a caveat.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

IMDB Quiz: House of Numbers: How much do you know?

Share your story on a new Website: Living Without HIV Drugs

Living without HIV drugs

This website is dedicated to the true-life stories of people who have two important things in common:
  • 1. We have all been diagnosed as HIV-Positive at some point in our lives, and
  • 2. We have all stopped, or never started taking the HIV medications normally prescribed by our doctors and clinics and hospitals, and are living healthy, happy lives.
We want to share our stories with you, in hopes that they can be an inspiration and provide you with the hope that you, too, can live without HIV drugs and their very serious and damaging side effects.

Monday, October 8, 2012

More Truths about Truvada: it's a combined HIV drug comprising Emtriva and Viread

sharing this page from Carl Grinde's Blog:
 Now, for the first time, adults who do not have HIV but are at risk of becoming infected can take a medication to reduce the risk of sexual transmission of the virus.
Truvada is made by Gilead.
Truvada is made by Gilead. Side effects: "new or worsening kidney problems, thinning of the bones (osteopenia), which could lead to fractures, inflammation, diarrhea, dizziness, nausea, headache, fatigue, abnormal dreams, sleeping problems, rash, depression, changes in the distribution of body fat, stomach area (abdomen) pain, headache, a buildup of acid in the blood (lactic acidosis), decreased weight, Serious liver problems (hepatotoxicity), with liver enlargement (hepatomegaly), and fat in the liver (steatosis). Symptoms of liver problems include your skin or the whites of your eyes turning yellow (jaundice), dark colored urine, light colored stools, lack of appetite, nausea, and/or pain in your lower stomach area. In some cases, these serious conditions have lead to death." 
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Thursday, October 4, 2012

Ed Asner Narrates New Documentary AIDS film

Nicole Swiren's documentary, Denialism, The Death of AIDS, can now be downloaded in it's entirety, and an accompanying DVD features a full interview with acclaimed actor Ed Asner.

Saturday, November 13th, 3:15 to 5:10 PM
Beverly Garland's Theater
4222 Vineland Avenue, North Hollywood, California

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Woman Sues Brooklyn Doctor For Telling Her She Has HIV

By James Fanelli, DNAinfo Reporter/Producer
"One of them allegedly stopped the woman and tried to hearten her by noting that sometimes another HIV test shows the initial results were wrong."

NEW YORK CITY — A Harlem woman who didn't want to know whether she had contracted HIV is suing her doctor for breaking the news that she tested positive for the deadly virus.

The 31-year-old woman claims Dr. Pavel Yutsis violated state law by testing her without her consent and then delivering the devastating results — even though the revelation likely benefited her health.
"I was tricked. I never signed any paper," the woman, who filed her lawsuit as "Jane Doe" to protect her privacy, told last week. "It was a slap in the face."

Alarming increase in the number of retractions of scientific papers and
Misdeeds, Not Mistakes, Behind Most Scientific Retractions

When there's something really wrong with a published study, the journal can retract it, much like a carmaker recalling a flawed automobile.
But are the errors that lead to retractions honest mistakes or something more problematic?
A newly published analysis finds that more than two-thirds of biomedical papers retracted over the past four decades were the result of misconduct, not error. That's much higher than previous studies of retractions had found.
That comes as no surprise to those of us who have witnessed the corruption of science by the tens of billions of dollars with which Tony Fauci and his friends at the drug companies have bribed "researchers" in The HIV-AIDS Industry over the past 28 years.
--Terry Michael

Risk Reduction and HIV Testing Messages Sent Through Social Networking Media Can Be Effective

Sean Young, PhD, MS Department of Family Medicine UCLA

This is part of an internal email mailed to a Gay Youth group:

...The machine is part of a small ‘pilot’ research study being conducted by a UCLA researcher named Sean Young (at the UCLA Center for HIV Intervention, Prevention, and Treatment Services). Pilots are small projects that are designed to establish the feasibility of answering a specific research question. If the results are promising, then the investigator can apply for funding for a full scale study.
This particular study is designed to assess whether risk reduction and HIV testing messages sent through social networking media can be effective in motivating someone to obtain an HIV home test kit from a vending machine. So the study is looking at both social network ‘diffusion’ of risk reduction information as well as acceptability of use of vending machines to obtain test kits.

Monday, October 1, 2012

Fears over Aids 'miracle pill": Truvada

Fears are being raised that a ''magic pill'' could spark a new wave of the Aids epidemic in Auckland.
The HIV treatment drug Truvada is being touted as a way to protect against infection in the United States and local AIDs campaigners fear this false promise will lead to complacency about safe sex.