Médecins Sans Frontières study follows dissident footprints

An MSF study found problems with specificity in eight rapid HIV tests. Additionally, gender and geographical location were correlated with false-positives. These are among the reasons for using confirmatory tests.

To repeat a line forever brought up by dissidents, there is no such thing as false-positives if HIV has not been purely isolated  – as ‘discoverer’ Luc Montagnier admitted.

Simply, some of these tests are more capable than others of picking up probable biomarkers of health stress.

Poison as prevention in Scotland

‘Scotland will become the first place in the UK to routinely offer Prep to eligible patients. … [Scottish Medicine Consortium]’s decision relates to its use on a preventative basis by people who do not have the virus.’ BBC News.

Had the SMC studied The Penrose Inquiry and pondered why more dried-blood-product haemophiliacs acquired HIV-positivity than those who had wet blood transfusions, the green light on nationally-funded poison would have been averted.

Gallo’s new vaccine to be trialled

“While many other vaccines target specific strains of HIV, the treatment that [Gallo] has developed takes a different approach. It attempts to block the virus before it can invade the body’s T-cells (a central component of the body’s immune system) and mutate, at which point it becomes invisible to the body’s immune system and much harder to treat. Should it prove successful, this vaccine would offer protection against a large class of viruses collectively known as “HIV-1.” [source]

Give it up, Gallo. I’m off to the betting shop to bet against him.