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mobieorly123
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INTRODUCING HIV'S COUSIN
      #250048 - 04/13/10 09:31 PM

For a long time on an off I've had lymphnode issues when I get sick, trouble getting rid of colds and other such thing...

HIV'ers call people like myself worry wells and hypocondriacs.

Let me introduce HTLV1 and HTLV2
Human t cell lymphoma 1-2 and its other varants.

Let me stop the so called experts that write a lot of shit on these posts that they might say, that's what HIV was called before we knew what HIV was, that's complete bullshit and they are 2 different viruses all together but yet they are very similar in the case that they both attack the immune system

In other words they are both retroviruses.

If you have ever had any type of lyme disease, been diagnosed with babesia or always had lymphnode issues when you get flu's or just sick or if you have ever been diagnosed with syphillis or however its spelled.

This might be something you might want to look into.

I'm not saying that its the new hiv, I'm saying its a rare thing and its not like hiv that's everywhere and in some cases it will never give you problems like hiv but in some cases it can.
it can attack your cd4's and what it usuallly does is cause lymphomas or leukemias

As I have just found out.

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Jackie__Blue
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Re: INTRODUCING HIV'S COUSIN new
      #250049 - 04/13/10 10:51 PM

Congratulations on discovering the cause of your illness. I'm sure it is a great relief to your mind to be able to pinpoint the cause of your troubles and know you do not have a life threatening illness. I'm sure you will be able to find much knowledge and support on a website created for your illness.

Good luck to you.

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mobieorly123
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Re: INTRODUCING HIV'S COUSIN new
      #250050 - 04/13/10 11:20 PM

Read what I wrote again and realize what I wrote

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Jackie__Blue
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Re: INTRODUCING HIV'S COUSIN new
      #250052 - 04/14/10 06:05 AM

I read it. You now have decided that you have HTLV an extremely rare disease in the US, found mostly in IV drug users and those with multiple-multiple sex partners.

The only thing they have in common is method of transmission and the fact they are both retrovirus. That's it.

HTLV is NOT HIV so since you now feel HTLV is your disease of choice you need to go find a board that deals with that illness. This board isn't about HTLV.



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mobieorly123
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Re: INTRODUCING HIV'S COUSIN new
      #250054 - 04/14/10 08:38 AM

I don't use drugs ES and I don't have multiple sex partners.

Actually I don't know what's affecting me I have not been tested for htlv1 and I didn't say that I have htlv1 just found it and wanted to post on it

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themushroom
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Re: INTRODUCING HIV'S COUSIN new
      #250056 - 04/14/10 10:28 AM

Boy then you will shit yourself when you find out about XMRV
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xenotropic_murine_leukemia_virus-related_virus
http://www.virology.ws/2010/04/07/inhibitors-of-xmrv/

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mobieorly123
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Re: INTRODUCING HIV'S COUSIN new
      #250062 - 04/14/10 06:24 PM

Wow mushroom, you should be a phsycic, as I clicked on the link and was reading it I actually sharted...

Thanks for posting it

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