Wameanza Kukubali (HIV Scam Being Exposed)

Kicharo

Village Elder
#1
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-56255111
We have always maintained that story ya HIV is almost certainly a scam. Now they are telling us that 4% are able to 'suppress the virus' without taking those toxic ARVs. We maintain that the number of people who are able to suppress the virus without using meds is much higher -- in fact, it is the norm rather than exception, and those who progress from HIV to AIDS are those who take those meds, with the meds starting to take a toll on their healths gradually.
Here is the story:
HIV findings in DR Congo 'give hope for cure'

The discovery of a large group of people whose bodies naturally control HIV without taking medication is leading to hopes of an eventual cure, scientists say.
The study found as many as 4% of HIV carriers in the Democratic Republic of Congo were able to suppress the virus.
Typically less than 1% of people with HIV are able to do so.
This could serve as springboard for further research to develop a vaccine or new treatments to tackle the virus that causes Aids, researchers say.
"When we first started to see the data coming in from the study we were surprised, but we were also elated," Mary Rodgers, the study's lead scientist, told the BBC.
"This could mean that this is something that we can actually cure," she said.

The findings, published in eBioMedicine which is part of The Lancet family of medical journals, looked at samples taken FROM people living with HIV between 1987 and 2019.
The team included scientists from pharmaceutical company Abbott, Université Protestante au Congo, Johns Hopkins, the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and University of Missouri - Kansas City.

media captionMary Rodgers: "This group of people gives us hope"
Dr Rodgers, head of Abbott's global viral surveillance programme, said the group in DR Congo was the biggest detected in one country - between 2.7% and 4.3% . Another 1% of people living with HIV in Cameroon were also identified as controlling the virus well without medication.
"This has never really been seen before, typically we would find less than 1% of all people with HIV who are able to suppress the virus naturally."
Currently, most people living with HIV have to take anti-retroviral medicines daily to suppress the virus and reduce their viral load.
It is not yet known how the so-called "elite controllers" discovered in DR Congo are able to suppress their HIV infection.

But Dr Rodgers said understanding how the group was able to maintain low or undetectable viral loads would be crucial to controlling the virus.
However she stressed the need for more research, while pointing to previous studies that showed this group of people potentially lose their protection as the disease progresses.
HIV came to global attention in the 1980s. It has infected 76 million people since then and 38 million people are living with the virus, Abbott says.
It is believed to have originated in what is now DR Congo a century ago, and today HIV disproportionately affects women in sub-Saharan Africa.
 

Palladium

Village Elder
#3
Okay, lets wait the next 50 years so we told by the masters that COVID was another scam that could be cured by vitamin C, among other Trumpist/Magufuli vitamins
 

LuandaMagere

Village Sponsor
#4
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-56255111
We have always maintained that story ya HIV is almost certainly a scam. Now they are telling us that 4% are able to 'suppress the virus' without taking those toxic ARVs. We maintain that the number of people who are able to suppress the virus without using meds is much higher -- in fact, it is the norm rather than exception, and those who progress from HIV to AIDS are those who take those meds, with the meds starting to take a toll on their healths gradually.
Here is the story:
HIV findings in DR Congo 'give hope for cure'

The discovery of a large group of people whose bodies naturally control HIV without taking medication is leading to hopes of an eventual cure, scientists say.
The study found as many as 4% of HIV carriers in the Democratic Republic of Congo were able to suppress the virus.
Typically less than 1% of people with HIV are able to do so.
This could serve as springboard for further research to develop a vaccine or new treatments to tackle the virus that causes Aids, researchers say.
"When we first started to see the data coming in from the study we were surprised, but we were also elated," Mary Rodgers, the study's lead scientist, told the BBC.
"This could mean that this is something that we can actually cure," she said.

The findings, published in eBioMedicine which is part of The Lancet family of medical journals, looked at samples taken FROM people living with HIV between 1987 and 2019.
The team included scientists from pharmaceutical company Abbott, Université Protestante au Congo, Johns Hopkins, the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and University of Missouri - Kansas City.

media captionMary Rodgers: "This group of people gives us hope"
Dr Rodgers, head of Abbott's global viral surveillance programme, said the group in DR Congo was the biggest detected in one country - between 2.7% and 4.3% . Another 1% of people living with HIV in Cameroon were also identified as controlling the virus well without medication.
"This has never really been seen before, typically we would find less than 1% of all people with HIV who are able to suppress the virus naturally."
Currently, most people living with HIV have to take anti-retroviral medicines daily to suppress the virus and reduce their viral load.
It is not yet known how the so-called "elite controllers" discovered in DR Congo are able to suppress their HIV infection.

But Dr Rodgers said understanding how the group was able to maintain low or undetectable viral loads would be crucial to controlling the virus.
However she stressed the need for more research, while pointing to previous studies that showed this group of people potentially lose their protection as the disease progresses.
HIV came to global attention in the 1980s. It has infected 76 million people since then and 38 million people are living with the virus, Abbott says.
It is believed to have originated in what is now DR Congo a century ago, and today HIV disproportionately affects women in sub-Saharan Africa.
but ppl died enmass without taking meds.... acha kufanya msee flani hapa kwa kijiji aache kumeza ARVs akufe kesho juu ya vile imejaa kwa mwili ...achana na umalair nani
 

uwesmake

THE PRESIDENT
#6
wamekataa kuunda vaccine ya mdudu for 40 years yet ya COVID ilitoka in 6 months na bado inawanyorosha like fwakin. karma at work
 
#12
Nakumbuka one of my teachers in primary school akituambia one day HIV will be like simple homa. Ati utakuwa nayo alafu ukikutana na arif yako akuulize shida ni gani, unamwambia "ah ni ukimwi kidogo tuu, acha nikimbie hapa clinic nipewe dawa" :D:D:D. At the time it seemed funny and ridiculous coz hiyo ndio time ministry of health walikuwa wanatutisha na zile film za HIV victims wakiwa 2kgs na wanaoza mos mos...but now it seems like a possibility.
 

kryptony

Village Elder
#13
Yeah l also remember those horrific videos with a corny intro by man Raffo wa Ace Communications ati
'kama kuna mtoto chumbani, tunamsihi aondoke'

Then proceeded to show us the most disgusting VDs in full color and some characters from sijui Nyanza. For a long time l was so traumatized hata kukatia dem nilikua naona every one of them must be HIV positive. Power of the media, wah acha tu
 
#14
Yeah l also remember those horrific videos with a corny intro by man Raffo wa Ace Communications ati
'kama kuna mtoto chumbani, tunamsihi aondoke'

Then proceeded to show us the most disgusting VDs in full color and some characters from sijui Nyanza. For a long time l was so traumatized hata kukatia dem nilikua naona every one of them must be HIV positive. Power of the media, wah acha tu
Banaa, alafu wanaeka statistics hapo ati 1 in 8 people is HIV positive. Ata ukiwa na interest na dem unashindwa what if she's the HIV positive one? Those disgusting videos also played a role in delaying my sexual adventures. That was torture bana.
 
#15
Yeah l also remember those horrific videos with a corny intro by man Raffo wa Ace Communications ati
'kama kuna mtoto chumbani, tunamsihi aondoke'

Then proceeded to show us the most disgusting VDs in full color and some characters from sijui Nyanza. For a long time l was so traumatized hata kukatia dem nilikua naona every one of them must be HIV positive. Power of the media, wah acha tu

Hiyo Ace Comm ilikuwa ya Tuju. Maybe it was motivated by personal experience ........
 

Tom Bayeye

Kinyozi wa Stima
#16
but ppl died enmass without taking meds.... acha kufanya msee flani hapa kwa kijiji aache kumeza ARVs akufe kesho juu ya vile imejaa kwa mwili ...achana na umalair nani
Hio ugonjwa inakuja na fatigue,loss of appetite and bowel conditions,usipo piga tizi,kula vizuri hautaishi fiti. Every other disease can be managed by what you put in your gut
 

senji

Village Elder
#19
4% is very small a figure statistically speaking. Lakini waafrika mbona hua tunataka kufanyiwa kila kitu. Kama tunaamini vaccine ya aids yaeza patikana then let us fund the research and find it
 

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