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Olympic Gold Medal Winner Discusses Problems With The Hiv Tests - Beerdwarf - 02-15-2007

Olympic Gold Medal winner Lee Evans discusses the myriad of problems with the HIV tests that are incorrectly diagnosing people as HIV-Positive.

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Olympic Gold Medal Winner Discusses Problems With The Hiv Tests - Phil999 - 02-15-2007

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good info. It is important that prominent people say something that helps to bring down the insane pharma-business with death. It is true that a HIV-test does not test HI-virii; actually, such a HI-virus has never been isolated and scientifically proven, therefore it is a hypothesis.

I remember in the 90's when my girlfriend was in horror when she made a HIV-test. She had to wait for three weeks, and she went through hell until the negative result arrived. I didn't make the test, because I somehow didn't trust this story. Today I would describe the phenomenon of "AIDS" as a kind of malfunction of the immune system. And as there are hundrets of reasons to destabilize the immune system, it is not recommended to invent a single "disease" with a single "virus" to describe these effects. And after decades of research without success for a cure for cancer, we might expect endless decades of useless research for a cure for AIDS. And cancer/AIDS are one of the most profitable medicine branches of the pharma industry, so it is logical that the pharma industry wants this incurable diseases. And the thought is not too far away that the pharma industry, together with the universities and the scientific magazines and the politicians do actually create new diseases, virtual diseases and real ones.