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The number of babies born with HIV in developed countries has fallen dramatically with the advent of better drugs and prevention strategies. Typically, women with HIV are given antiretroviral drugs during pregnancy to minimise the amount of virus in their blood. Their newborns go on courses of drugs too, to reduce their risk of infection further. The strategy can stop around 98% of HIV transmission from mother to child.
In the UK and Ireland, around 1,200 children are living with HIV they picked up in the womb, during birth, or while being breastfed. If an infected mother’s placenta is healthy, the virus tends not to cross into the child earlier in pregnancy, but can in labour and delivery.
In the latest case, the mother was unaware she had HIV until after a standard test came back positive while she was in labor. “She was too near delivery to give even the dose of medicine that we routinely use in labor. So the baby’s risk of infection was significantly higher than the doctios expected.
Doctors began treating the baby 30 hours after birth. Unusually, they put the child on a course of three antiretroviral drugs, given as liquids through a syringe. The traditional treatment to try to prevent transmission after birth is a course of a single antiretroviral drug. The doctor opted for the more aggressive treatment because the mother had not received any during her pregnancy.
Several days later, blood drawn from the baby before treatment started showed the child was infected, probably shortly before birth. The doctors continued with the drugs and expected the child to take them for life.
However, within a month of starting therapy, the level of HIV in the baby’s blood had fallen so low that routine lab tests failed to detect it.
The mother and baby continued regular clinic visits to the clinic for the next year, but then began to miss appointments, and eventually stopped attending all together. The child had no medication from the age of 18 months, and did not see doctors again until it was nearly two years old.
The team believe the child was cured because the treatment was so potent and given swiftly after birth. The drugs stopped the virus from replicating in short-lived, active immune cells, but another effect was crucial. The drugs also blocked the infection of other, long-lived white blood cells, called CD4, which can harbour HIV for years. These CD4 cells behave like hideouts, and can replace HIV that is lost when active immune cells die.
The treatment would not work in older children or adults because the virus will have already infected their CD4 cells.
If this story is true, why have there been a paten number for aids since 1994? The Us patent number for aids is 5,676,977. Method of curing AIDS with tetrasilver tetroxide molecular crystal devices.
Five patients afflicted with AIDS of the candidiasis etiological category were segregated for Tetrasil treatment
Evaluations with Tetrasil were conducted on AIDS patients in Honduras. Tetrasil was administered at approximately 40 PPM of blood volume per patient.
Yellow fever is a virus. You catch it from mosquito bites. Malaria is a parasite also carried by mosquitoes. It is many times larger than the AIDS virus (like comparing a pinhead to a moose head) yet the mosquito easily carries this large organism to man.
The tuberculosis germ, also, much larger than the AIDS virus, can be transmitted by fomites (inanimate objects such as towels). The AIDS virus can live for as long as 10 days on a dry plate. You can’t understand this murder mystery unless you learn a little virology.
Many viruses grow in animals and many grow in humans, but most of the viruses that affect animals don’t affect humans. There are exceptions, of course, such as yellow fever and small pox
World Health Organization in published articles, called for scientists to work with these deadly agents and attempt to make a hybrid virus that would be deadly to humans:
“And attempt should be made to see if viruses can in fact exert selective effects on immune function. The possibility should be looked into that the immune response to the virus itself may be impaired if the infecting virus damages, more or less selectively, the cell responding to the virus.”
That’s AIDS. What the WHO is saying in plain English is,
“Let’s cook up a virus that selectively destroys the T-cell system of man, an acquired immune deficiency.”