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  • The NIH Keeps Up With The Times: 1, 2, 3. David Baltimore Has A Flashback: ***. The NY Times Keeps Up With Times: ***. The Faith of Anthony Fauci: ***. Anthony Fauci Explains How HIV Causes AIDS: ***. Robert Gallo on The Force of Ejaculation: ***, on HIV Theory: ***, Lectures in Marseilles: ***. David Ho Does The Math: ***. John Mellors Sets the Record Straight: ***. Bono, el Magnifico, Holds (Another) Press Conference: ***. Anthony Fauci Explains Journalism in the Age of AIDS: ***. Anthony Fauci and David Ho Disprove an Old Adage: ***. Anthony Fauci Explains ICL and AIDS: *** The CDC Can't Keep Up With The Times:*** The Method of the "Small Inquisitor" Moore:*** The Co-Discovery of a Nobel-Worthy Enzymatic Activity:*** The Revenge of the "Very" Minor Moriarty:*** Julie Gerberding and Anthony Fauci Learn Arithmetic:*** Osama Obama Has a Message for Africa:***

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October 08, 2008

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Fred G

What a slap in the face to Gallo. The whole reason these microbe hunters embarked on this microscopic wild goose chase was to: (a) develop a vaccine and (b) win a Nobel Prize.

Two strikes and you're out, Bob!

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October is National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month, in recognition of families who lost babies to miscarriage or stillbirth. But this year the somber nationwide gatherings marking the occasion are also filled with hope– for new legislation that could go a long way toward preventing these tragedies. This ScienCentral News video explains.

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Glenn I

Now, now, we know M. Montagnier will use his pot of gold only for the good. Or however you say that in French.

Blob Gallo

Nooooooooooo! It's mine I tells ya! I slaved over that package and didn't even use a paper knife or anything!
The Nobble committee sits there on its loathesome, spotty behind, squeezing blackheads, not caring a tinker's cuss for a struggling virologist. They're excr%ment with their Tony Jacklin golf clubs and their bleedin' Masonic handshakes. Well I wouldn't be a Nobble prize recipient if you got down on your lousy stinking knees and begged me!

alfredomf

http://www.aidstruth.org http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed

"Frequent detection and isolation of cytopathic retroviruses (HTLV-III) from patients with AIDS and at risk for AIDS.Gallo RC, Salahuddin SZ, Popovic M, Shearer GM, Kaplan M, Haynes BF, Palker TJ, Redfield R, Oleske J, Safai B, et al"

"Retroviruses belonging to the HTLV family and collectively designated HTLV-III were isolated from a total of 48 subjects including 18 of 21 patients with pre-AIDS, three of four clinically normal mothers of juveniles with AIDS, 26 of 72 adult and juvenile patients with AIDS, and from one of 22 normal male homosexual subjects"

¿where is the hiv of the 3 people WITH pre-AIDS BUT THEY GET AIDS?

¿WHERE is the hiv of the 46 people with AIDS but they got aids?....
¿where?.............


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