(NaturalNews) The House of Numbers
documentary by Brent Leung, which explores myths about AIDS, HIV and AIDS tests, is currently touring across U.S. universities.
It opens today (January 22) at the Regal Fox Tower Stadium 10
in Portland, Oregon and runs there through January 28:
846 SW Park Ave, Portland, OR 97205
Ph. (503) 221-3280
Attend the Q&A with Director Brent Leung Friday Evening.
For more information: http://www.fandango.com/regal
House of Numbers has played at over 20 Universities and continues the college tour. If you would like to book a screening and Q&A with the director at your college, e-mail Brent Leung via http://www.houseofnumbers.com/contact-us
Audience reaction to House of Numbers
The audience reaction to House of Numbers
has been very exciting to watch. Many are opening their eyes and beginning to question the medical myths behind the AIDS industry.
Watch this debate between two audience members who just saw the film:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3LAL5XFEjEHouse of Numbers
is causing more and more people to question the validity of HIV tests and the real motives of the drug companies who propel the AIDS industry forward. People are now realizing that the AIDS industry is much like the cancer industry -- it actually causes sickness and disease even while claiming to provide "treatment!"
Watch for more exclusive film clips to be released at NaturalNews.com.
The House of Numbers documentary
is coming to DVD this June.
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