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HIV has not been proven to exist, much less cause AIDS or any other disease. So says David Crowe, president of Rethinking AIDS, amd backed by some 3,000 scientists, physicians, science journailists and others, including top virologists and a Nobel Prize winner, Kary Mullis, who invented one of the procedures being used inappropriately to determine HIV "load."
An alternative view to the profit-driven unproven HIV hypothesis. What is HIV really? Has it been purified? What is AIDS? What really causes AIDS? What do we need to know about HIV testing? What do we need to know about drug treatments? Why is the Hip Hop community being targeted to get tested?
We had to do a two-part show to answer these questions. This is Part 1 of 2.
Interview by Richard Jannaccio and Chief69.
Note: The last sentence was cut off. We are trying to restore it. The response to the question was that there are numerous ways to interpret the test results. There are different HIV antibody tests produced by different companies, with different directions for interpreting the results in different countries. So if you go from one country to another, your HIV test result could change from positive to negative or vice versa. Or it could be judged "indeterminate" which means "we don't know." That's in addition to the fact that the test is not specific for antibodies to HIV. It is produced from a mixture of proteins of cultured cells and whatever may have been cultured with those cells.
Morénike Onaiwu is a national advocate doing work on two important fronts. She is an Autistic Advocate and a Healthcare Activist for HIV positive women, children and families. Morénike has an active petition on over on change.org to keep the Ryan White Aids funding intact, as it is in jeopardy of being eliminated.
It's interesting how much the autism and aids communities have in common. In both, there are parallels: first, the two appear quite different; yet, both are stigmatized, and are harmed more by people's inaccurate perceptions of their diagnoses than the actual diagnoses itself.
Both have parent advocates speaking for people with the diagnoses instead of letting people speak for themselves. And with both, the groups that are forgotten, too often get left out (adult Autistics get less services than Autistic children; "high-risk" HIV+ subgroups get more funding than women and children, etc.)
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Producer/Host Nicholas Snow presents an exclusive, candid interview with Food Network Star Ted Allen, host of the extremely popular Chopped show, about this year's Dining Out For Life® taking place this Thursday, April 24th, in over 60 cities throughout the US and Canada, including Palm Springs, California. Dining Out For Life® is fundraising venture for outstanding HIV/AIDS service organizations and programs throughout the United States and Canada.
Dining Out For Life® International Website
Dining Out For Life® Palm Springs Participating Restaurants
Because February 7th, is the National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, the show of this week will address the Intersection of HIV/AIDS, Violence against Women and Girls, & Gender–Related Health Disparities. Data support the need to address not only HIV/AIDS and IPV, but also their intersection: - Most women living with HIV had experienced IPV - Among women living with HIV/AIDS, trauma, abuse and violence are associated with less use of antiretroviral medication, decreased medi
April 23, 2014 marks the 30th Anniversary of a day that changed the course of history. on that day, ...
Our guest is David Crowe ...
In this Special 2-part series, we will show that HIV has never been proven to cause AIDS. We will discuss what AIDS really is.You may be surprised to learn that none of the tests for AIDS--NONE of them--is approved for use in diagnosing HIV infection. etc. etc.
Every Thursday LIVE from the Bronx at 11 pm, with Hosts Chief69 and Richard Jannaccio.
Join me as I interview Gordon Rose Jr., author of What's My Benefit?. We will dig into his "Pocket Guide" which contains 10 short chapters that offer insightful suggestions for this Game we call Life. -Deanna www.metothepowerofwe.com
Gordon's Pocket Guide Is Called "What's My Benefit"
Life is a game and if you’re open to new information you may find refreshing value in Gordon Rose’s pocket guide called "What's My Benefit".
The question is, can you control your own ego and find the value in any interaction? With a few of Gordon’s principles to guide you, a little willingness and patience, you may find that you can. He makes it easy for you. In your car, in your bag or at your home, you can carry the knowledge he has gathered and carried his whole life, compressed and simplified for maximum readability. This is an honest and sincerely humorous guide. The underlying message is filled with both humility and humanity, and one that the author has been inspired to write.
Veteran Entertainment Reporter and Actor Nicholas Snow spotlights A&U Magazine. Joining the show, David Waggoner and Managing Editor Chael Needle. A&U's readership reflects a cross section of society: leading intellectuals, business and civic leaders, artists, AIDS educators, AIDS activists, doctors, pharmacists, and others who are well-informed about the disease. This episode of SnowbizNow is presented by POWER UP
Brown Girl Collective celebrates BOLD, Brilliant and Beautiful women and girls of African descent by paying homage to our past and acknowledging our present, while preparing for our future. Join your host and founder of Brown Girl Collective, Marcie L. Thomas, as she and her guests talk about HIV/AIDS in our community. The Office on Women's Health has designated March 10th as National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, and we must be a part of the conversatio