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it's a heck of a thread all the way around.

Hank B.

Hi Dan,

Like I told Biernbaum, you're always welcome here.

Myself, I haven't quite figured out this AIDS thing. For example, I think Dr. Duesberg might be off on the presence of HIV anti-bodies. He thinks this demonstrates "good health" ie, immune neutralization of viruses; whereas some other folks point out that said anti-bodies could signify a hyper-stimulated immune response, which could lead to future disease.

Regardless, the topic greatly interests me -- not in an abstract way either, but in a visceral desire to help those who have been hurt.

And the more I research it, the more I think the AIDS establishment botched it -- particularly with AZT.


Hank B.

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