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|10/25/2016 - A strange new phenomenon is taking place in South Africa, where a group of children has somehow developed resistance to the progression of HIV into full-blown AIDS. According to reports, this rare bunch of youngsters will never develop AIDS, even without the usual antiretroviral treatments for HIV,...|
|9/12/2016 - Every year, there seems to be a new virus scare coursing through the media. Whether it's West Nile, Bird flu, SARS, Ebola or the current Zika outbreak, there's always an irrational spread of fear and misunderstanding accompanying any new "viral outbreak."
Now, what if this modern trend of virus scares...|
|8/5/2016 - New research promises great hope for those suffering from a ravaging and potentially deadly disease – HIV, the virus that leads to AIDS – but it leaves in limbo those who have been persecuted and prosecuted for having unprotected sex while afflicted with the virus.
As reported by the...|
|6/15/2016 - Oregon Health and Science University is now looking for volunteers to try out a new and apparently "promising" HIV vaccine, as reported by Inquisitr. The novel vaccine could be "a huge step forward in the fight against HIV, as well as give the Oregon school the confidence and research it needs to pursue...|
|5/7/2016 - In the first case of its kind, a man has contracted HIV even while taking the HIV-prevention drug Truvada, according to doctors from the Maple Leaf Medical Clinic in Toronto. The research was presented at the 2016 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) in Boston.
|2/20/2016 - Three years after the U.S. Senate passed the HIV Organ Policy Equity (HOPE) Act, Johns Hopkins has finally been given the green light to perform organ transplants on HIV positive patients. The hospital will go down in history as the first American institution to perform an HIV-positive kidney transplant,...|
|1/26/2016 - If Ebola really is as dangerous as the mainstream media continues to claim it is, then why are possible Ebola carriers like nurse Kaci Hickox being treated as "virus-free" while HIV carriers continue to be prosecuted as criminals?
In case you weren't aware, individuals diagnosed as HIV-positive --...|
|9/19/2015 - Improper sterilization of surgical equipment at Seattle Children's Hospital has put tens of thousands of children at risk of accidental HIV infection. Officials from the Bellevue Clinic and Surgery Center say they are now offering free blood tests to roughly 12,000 families after it was determined that...|
|7/11/2015 - The natural way of life is constantly being attacked, discriminated against. Healthy lifestyle practices, like organic gardening, herbal medicine making and breastfeeding are often misunderstood by society's most ill-informed and authoritarian-minded. Professional pediatricians may pressure mothers...|
|5/16/2015 - In the 23 years since she was diagnosed with HIV, 61-year-old Loreen Willenberg of Sacramento, Calif., has never taken any drugs to restrain the virus. She has never shown symptoms or become ill from HIV or AIDS. She has experienced no drop in her CD4 T-cells, the immune cells targeted by HIV.
|4/3/2015 - Overturning a 25-year precedent in the U.S. military that allowed active servicemen to be convicted of aggravated assault solely based on tests suggesting an HIV-positive health status, a military court has ruled that the evidence used in the aggravated assault conviction of Air Force Sergeant David...|
|7/28/2014 - A monkey version of the HIV virus can outwit anti-AIDS drugs just days after entering the body, according to researchers who were disappointed that Big Pharma still cannot produce a human cure for the disease.
If the same thing is true for humans, treatment for HIV would have to begin "extremely...|
|6/25/2014 10:39:22 AM - Since the discovery of lymphadenopathy-associated virus (later called human immunodeficiency virus [HIV]) in 1983 by Luc Montagnier at the Pasteur Institute in France, scientists have attempted to understand how HIV leads to full-blown AIDS. An entire industry surrounding AIDS emerged as researchers...|
|3/19/2014 - Should it ever be withdrawn from the federal government's most restrictive list of "dangerous drugs" and instead be treated as the honest medicine that it truly is, marijuana, or more properly cannabis, would almost surely put the pharmaceutical industry out of business. There are a number of reasons...|
|2/18/2014 - Today, one of the hottest topics in the news is marijuana. Not only is it garnering a healthy amount of media and legal attention, but it is also becoming more widely studied by the scientific community. One such study was recently published by Louisiana State University which found that the active...|
|1/16/2014 - It was big news back in 2013 -- science unveils an alleged cure for AIDS after two men from Boston test negative for HIV following successful bone marrow transplants, read the glowing headlines. Except this apparently was not the case. New reports now indicate that both of the men have relapsed, so...|
|12/3/2013 - It's a sad day in America, the most diverse experiment in democracy ever attempted, when individuals are persecuted, and their lives ruined, for politically motivated reasons.
The HIV virus carries a special stigma that can often lead to stereotyping and demonization. As if that weren't bad enough,...|
|11/20/2013 - The highly questionable testing process for diagnosing HIV and AIDS has received a major blow following the federal government's recent withdrawal of HIV-related criminal charges against a military airman. The 34-year-old unnamed serviceman at Seymour Johnson AFB in North Carolina had earlier been charged...|
|7/1/2013 - Yet another "experimental" vaccine for HIV has proven to be even more dangerous than the virus itself. At least 40 men participating in a taxpayer-funded government study entitled "HVTN 505 clinical trial," which began in 2009, were recently found to have contracted HIV from the vaccine itself, prompting...|
|5/20/2013 - There is no shortage of bizarre new cancer treatment prospectives emerging from conventional medicine these days, especially as the multi-billion dollar cancer industry continues to ignore the many natural treatment options already available to cancer patients. But the latest alleged treatment possibility...|
|4/9/2013 - Allegations that a Tulsa, Oklahoma-based oral surgeon failed to maintain safe operating standards at his practice, and thus exposed thousands of patients to potentially-deadly diseases, have been confirmed more than a week after the Oklahoma Board of Dentistry (OBD) first received complaints about the...|
|3/22/2013 - An ancient Chinese medicine protocol known as "apitherapy" appears to be making a resurgence in modern times, as scientists continue to uncover the many amazing healing powers of bees and the substances they produce. And a new study recently published in the journal Antiviral Therapy affirms this, having...|
|3/13/2013 - A precious baby boy from Minnesota became the latest victim of state-sponsored medical terrorism recently after Child Protective Services (CPS) forcibly abducted the otherwise healthy child from his birth mother and her family right after his birth. Rico Martinez Nagel, born December 19, 2012, has had...|
|2/6/2013 - A major procedural botch at a Veterans Affairs (VA) hospital in Western New York may have been responsible for exposing at least 700 diabetic patients to hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and even HIV. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), the Veterans Affairs Western New York Healthcare System was recently...|
|10/13/2012 - Representing the seventh round of cases successfully treated since 2007, 68 people were recently discharged from Gambia's Presidential Alternative Medical Treatment Programme (PAMTP) after reportedly being cured of either HIV or AIDS. Reports indicate that the confidential blend of boiled herbs developed...|
|9/11/2012 - A doctor at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) in Silver Spring, Maryland, the same locale where the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) coordinates its own tyrannous operations, has been awarded a $5 million grant to complete the development of a combination "anti-heroin" and human...|
|7/4/2012 - Is it possible that breast milk contains the magic potion which kills the virus that causes AIDS? According to new research, that's a distinct possibility.
A recent study published in PLoS Pathogens, which was conducted by researchers from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, found...|
|6/1/2012 - An Army sergeant who was falsely accused of being HIV positive, and who spent 240 days in pretrial custody as a result, has officially been acquitted of the charges levied against him. Thanks to the efforts of the Office of Medical and Scientific Justice (OMSJ), a private investigative agency that focuses...|
|4/24/2012 - Researchers have reported that when healthy cells were placed in a sample dish with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), along with a dose of cannabinoids, the cells, which normally would rather quickly become infected, simply denied entry to the virus, and responded as if it were not a threat at...|
|6/12/2011 - At a cost of up to $15,000 a year, the antiretroviral drugs used for treating HIV and AIDS are a big money-maker for drug companies. But apparently they are also a good choice for corrupt doctors who are illegally trying to make a quick buck off the US Medicare system. A federal investigation has revealed...|
|5/19/2011 - In what many in the mainstream media and medical community have now dubbed their first known case of cured AIDS, Timothy Ray Brown's miraculous healing from the deadly syndrome is sending shock waves throughout the world. After receiving a bone marrow stem cell transplant back in 2007, Brown inherited...|
|4/1/2011 - In the video Clear HIV/AIDS Naturally says Luc Montagnier who Discovered HIV (http://www.naturalnews.tv/v.asp?v=BAFF5F717402273DE60822231FDE9D45) Dr. Montagnier explains something that Naturopaths and Homeopaths working with HIV/AIDS in Africa have known for years: Proper nutrition and nutritional therapy...|
|2/7/2011 - "The first and only person ever to be cured of HIV/AIDS is a leukemia patient treated in Berlin with HIV-resistant stem cells." This statement by Daniel J. DeNoon from WebMD comes in response to a paper published this month by the American Society of Hematology on an individual named Timothy Brown who...|
|1/16/2011 - A study published in the March 19, 2010, issue of The Journal of Biological Chemistry found that banana lectins, the proteins that bind to sugars, also bind to HIV-infected cells and prevent their replication and transmission. And several other studies have found similar anti-HIV effects from various...|
|11/11/2010 - The acclaimed AIDS / HIV documentary House of Numbers, created by Brent Leung, has rocked the medical world with numerous revelations that call into question conventional medical mythology surrounding AIDS. Now, for the very first time, the first 10 minutes of the documentary have been publicly released.
|10/6/2010 - Three Namibian women have filed a lawsuit against the country's government, claiming they were sterilized at state-run hospitals without their informed consent after being diagnosed with HIV.
"HIV-positive women are holding the health system accountable for the wrongs done to them," said Veronica...|
|9/28/2010 - A new report challenges many of the popular theories surrounding how human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) came to become a worldwide pandemic, infecting more than 33 million people as of 2008. According to researchers from the Universite de Sherbrooke in Quebec, Can., early 20th century French colonial...|
|9/8/2010 - Did you or someone you know test positive for HIV? If so, they probably weren't told that they might test negative if a different test were used... or even if the same test were conducted in another country. HIV tests, as you'll see here, are a wishy-washy, pseudoscientific gimmickry that has unfortunately...|
|7/25/2010 - A kind of protein naturally occurring in bananas may hamper the spread of HIV, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Michigan and published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry.
The protein, known as BanLec, is in the family known as lectins. Lectins are able to identify...|
|7/20/2010 - It may come as a big surprise to most people, but HIV tests given to people today don't actually test for the presence of the HIV virus. Rather, they test for the presence of HIV antibodies that the immune system creates to defend itself against HIV. And just because you have HIV antibodies doesn't...|
|7/19/2010 - The HIV drug Videx (sold generically as didanosine) may cause fatal liver problems, the FDA has warned.
Since the drug's initial approval, the agency has received 42 adverse event reports linking Videx and its delayed release version Videx EC to a rare liver disorder known as non-cirrotic portal...|
|5/8/2010 - An HIV-positive man from Sudan is seeking to overturn a 14-year prison sentence he received for failing to disclose his disease to his many sex partners. According to attorney Ian McNair, Clato Mabior's "viral load" was so low that none of his partners were at any significant risk of contracting HIV...|
|4/28/2010 - Could bananas provide a key to preventing the spread of HIV? A new study published last month in the Journal of Biological Chemistry has found that a lectin compound known as BanLec found in bananas is as effective in preventing the spread of HIV as two commonly prescribed drugs.
The study was conducted...|
|3/21/2010 - University of Michigan (U-M) Medical School scientists have found a potent substance that could block the sexual transmission of HIV, the virus believed to cause AIDS. This HIV preventative isn't a potent new drug or chemical-laden vaccine. Instead, it's a natural substance derived from a popular, inexpensive...|
|2/10/2010 - A medical misdiagnosis by Harlem Hospital in New York has essentially ruined the marriage of a New Jersey couple. Gabriel Lezcano and Maria Osorio have filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against the city hospital after Maria was mistakenly diagnosed with terminal HIV infection, hepatitis and herpes....|
|2/2/2010 - In a report just published online in The Journal of Infectious Diseases, scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and the University of California at San Diego say they've found a reduction of blood flow in the brains of people who are infected with HIV, the virus believed...|
|1/22/2010 - 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...|
|1/12/2010 - HIV does NOT cause AIDS. HIV does not cause anything. A staggering statement given the hype and acceptance by the scientific establishment and, through them, the public that the HIV virus is the only cause of AIDS. HIV is a weak virus and does not dismantle the immune system. Nor is AIDS passed on sexually.
|1/7/2010 - Brent Leung's myth-shattering AIDS documentary, House of Numbers continues to roil conventional AIDS propagandists who cannot tolerate anyone questioning their "scientific" theories. (They're not exactly "scientific" if they can't stand up to a little questioning, are they?)
Adding to the searing-hot...|
|10/29/2009 - Canadian filmmaker Brent Leung isn't winning any friends in the pharmaceutical industry these days. His breakthrough documentary "House of Numbers" features jaw-dropping interviews with doctors, researchers and even the co-discoverer of HIV himself (Luc Montagnier), all of whom reveal startling information...|
|10/29/2009 - Conventional medicine's explanations of HIV and AIDS are a medical myth at best; and outright quackery at worst. There is no such thing as a virus that "causes" AIDS, since the very definition of AIDS is widely disputed by scientists around the world. (And patients are often diagnosed with AIDS who...|
|7/1/2009 - I've often asserted that doctors exploit people for personal profit, prescribing drugs and procedures that are medically unnecessary while raking in millions from health insurance companies, Medicare and Medicaid. This week, Miami doctor Roberto Rodriguez was sentenced to eight years in prison -- and...|
|11/13/2008 - Could an herbal therapy that's been used for centuries in Chinese medicine to strengthen the immune system hold the key to an effective treatment for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, better known as AIDS? A new study by scientists at the UCLA AIDS Institute says that's possible.
|8/31/2008 - An HIV-positive homeless man has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for "harassing a public servant with a deadly weapon" by spitting at a police officer.
According to the prosecutors, police responded to a call that 42-year-old Willie Campbell was passed out in front of a Dallas building in May...|
|5/15/2008 - In the previous installment of the "Oleander Series" (Success Against HIV and Cancer in South Africa), I reported how the oleander based Sutherlandia OPC supplement designed by South African HIV and cancer crusader and researcher Marc Swanepoel had been virtually 100% successful in stabilizing and reversing...|
|5/10/2008 - Years ago, when I first began research into the amazing oleander plant, I ended up as a member of two Yahoo Health Groups about oleander. One was named "Anvirzel" (after the patented Oleander medicine which had passed FDA phase 1 trials a few years earlier) and the other, "Oleandersoup" (named for the...|
|12/18/2007 - A cocktail of nutrients can improve the quality of life in those diagnosed with HIV infection and markedly slow deterioration into full-blown AIDS, according to the results of a new trial conducted at the Mengo Hospital in Kampala, Uganda.
The study, published in the latest edition of The Journal...|
|12/14/2007 - Think U.S. health authorities have never conducted outrageous medical experiments on children, women, minorities, homosexuals and inmates? Think again: This timeline, originally put together by Dani Veracity (a NaturalNews reporter), has been edited and updated with recent vaccination experimentation...|
|1/27/2007 - HIV patients may have an effective weapon to lengthen their lives, thanks to selenium. Taking a selenium supplement daily appears to keep HIV at bay and also strengthen the immune system, according to research by the University of Miami.
In a double-blind study of 262 HIV patients divided between...|
|8/18/2006 - The growing impact of AIDS in Africa, Asia and Latin America has prompted the United Nations World Food Program to appeal to donor countries to fund food and nutrition for those afflicted.
At the XVI International AIDS Conference in Toronto, Robin Jackson, chief of the World Food Program (WFP) HIV/AIDS...|
|7/3/2006 - A recent survey of 2,000 HIV and AIDS patients in Britain found that 69 percent were concerned with the long-term toxic side effects of HIV medications.
The survey, conducted by the UK Coalition of People Living with HIV and AIDS, also found that HIV patients were concerned about short-term drug...|
|3/7/2006 - The crimes committed against children define some of the Holocaust's most morally despicable horrors. In It's My Story, Palmer told Handscomb of the abuses she received as a 13-year-old at Auschwitz. As a result of the damage done to her body by the contraceptive drug experiments forced upon her at...|
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|3/6/2006 - This is part two of a two-part series on human medical experimentation. Click here to read part one and the introduction.
The CIA continues a limited number of MKULTRA plans by beginning Project MKSEARCH to develop and test ways of using biological, chemical and radioactive materials in intelligence...|
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