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Have Scientists Identified Hiv Origin

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Question of all questions Aids (ORIGIN OF HIV/AIDS 2008)

I have a clinic where we work with people to help them stay healthy, addressing dietary issues, rehabilitation, etc... Our team consists of 10 alternative healthcare practitioners and have helped some hiv clients in the past. Often, I wonder if...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...Hello,Did the AIDS pandemic result from "monkeying around" with monkeys? Nope!Did it arise from overuse of antibiotics? Nope! See below. I'd also Read more »

Cure for HIV/AIDS ....Ambush

Why does the scientific community REFUSE from investigating the idea that Ambush cures AIDS?THE... Read more »
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Los Alamos National Laboratory

Scientists Use World's Fastest Supercomputer to Create the Largest HIV Evolutionary Tree

... Los Alamos, N.M. -- Supporting Los Alamos National Laboratory's role in the international Center for HIV/AIDS Vaccine Immunology (CHAVI) consortium, researchers are using the Roadrunner supercomputer to analyze vast quantities of genetic Read more »
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

Scientists Find Antibodies That Prevent Most HIV Strains From Infecting Human Cells

...facilitate the generation of a VRC01-like antibody from its precursors. The scientists currently are performing research to identify these components. "The discoveries we have made may overcome the limitations that have long stymied... Read more »
U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

Scientists Find HIV-Blocking Protein in Monkeys

...thereby increasing the level of resistance to HIV infection," says Dr. Sodroski. The discovery could also shorten the path to an AIDS vaccine by making improved animal models of HIV disease possible. Because monkeys are not susceptible to the... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Team of Scientists Issues HIV Vaccine Strategy

...appeal by scientists to invest more funds for vaccine research (Smith, 9/7). "There has been notable progress in the quest to identify an effective HIV vaccine. The new Enterprise Scientific Strategic Plan will further catalyze the collaborative... Read more »
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Scientists Identify Gene That Blocks HIV

Posted by Mssimone, 1 Reply
...the scientists found that cells in which TRIM22 was switched off couldn't defend themselves against HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. "This means that TRIM22 is an essential part of our body's ability to fight off HIV," Dr. Stephen Barr, a... Read more »

almost there!

Posted by themushroom, 2 Replies
...Institute, said the breakthrough was a long time coming and heralded the beginning of a new chapter in the fight against HIV and AIDS. "We (the global scientific community) have been working on HIV for close to 30 years and it's really only now... Read more »

almost there!

Posted by themushroom, 1 Reply
...body. Professor Brendan Crabb, Director of the Burnet Institute, said the breakthrough was a long time coming and heralded the beginning of a new chapter in the fight against HIV and AIDS. "We (the global scientific community) have been working... Read more »

siv

Posted by Anonymous
...scientists have identified a natural reservoir of Simian Immunodeficiency Virus from chimps (SIVcpz). During this 10-year study to identify the source of HIV, many laboratory tests were done, including of chimpanzee faeces collected from remote... Read more »