AIDS cured back in 1997! Patent still unavailable to the public.

AIDS cure patented in 1997, US patent #5676977 (LOOK IT UP). Labeled Tetramusil/ Imusil, the cure is a solution of tetrasilver tetroxide, which contains molecules of one monovalent and two trivalent silver ions, and is dirt-cheap to synthesize! The solution becomes active in the bloodstream when it bonds with pathogens, which act as a conductive medium for the disparate electrical charges of the silver ions. The molecule literally electrocutes the pathogen to death, and the resulting divalent silver molecules remain bonded to the destroyed pathogen, deilvering it to the liver. The solution is non-toxic, and although it does cause stress to the liver, it does no permanent damage. One injection is enough to cure 40ppm of a pathogen. Clinical trials have been conducted on persons with AIDS and persons with E. Coli, with an 80% success rate. However, the cure remains unavailable to the public. WHY?!?


Excerpted from the link above: "Clinical testing was performed at Exetec Lab, SA in Honduras under the supervision of Dr. L Roland Valenzuela. Thirty patients were selected from three etiological AIDS groups, 10 for each group namely, Candidiasis, Wasting Syndrome and p. carinii pneumonia. Each patient was given an intravenous infusion of Imusil administered over a three hour period. All patients experienced temperature elevation within 48 hours of administering the Imusil, which was indicative that the immune system was now functioning along with the fact that all patients also started to have dramatic increases in their white blood cell counts. At the end of 30 days of observation, all patients were cured of AIDS. All patients presenting Wasting Syndrome were completely cured of the Syndrome; the average patient gaining approximately one half pound per day. Three patients were completely cured of their pneumonia. Because the protocol was changed from direct injection to slow i.v. infusion of the Imusil, there were no side effects of hepatomegaly."


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Comment by Larry Martin on December 9, 2011 at 10:58pm

Reminds me of Laetrile.

Comment by Alice on December 9, 2011 at 10:17pm

well - I don't believe the conspiracy that people are motivated to keep people away from health - but I do agree that people are motivated by money - and that if there are two ways to do something and one way makes them more money, they will pick the money way...

Comment by John Camilli on December 9, 2011 at 9:01pm

Why? Because there's no money to be made from healthy people. If shit makes no sense, follow the money.

Comment by Alice on December 9, 2011 at 5:25pm

funk - are you for real?

Comment by Alice on December 9, 2011 at 3:44am

weird - I wonder why?!

Comment by John Camilli on December 7, 2011 at 2:04am

I love how people dismiss all far-out claims under that label without even looking into it themselves. Sounds like laziness to me. Thanks for your lack of contribution Doris.

Comment by Roswatheist on December 6, 2011 at 11:49pm

Sounds like Zeitgeist stuff to me.

Comment by Roswatheist on December 6, 2011 at 8:29pm
What does Abbie Smith think of this?
Comment by John Camilli on December 6, 2011 at 5:31pm

Yeah you obviously didn't read the ONE article he posted. I did. It doesn't support his claim. It supports mine. Don't trouble your pretty little head to bother reading too much though, dear.

Comment by John Camilli on December 6, 2011 at 3:13pm

Same with me. I don't get into fantastic claims very often, but sometimes shit just doesn't add up. Admittedly, I can't assert whether or not this stuff actually works, but the report does at least sound plausible and merritorious of further investigation. It's the lack of investigation that I find so fishy. It's not like there's nobody who SHOULD be interrested in it. But apparently no one wants to try to prove OR disprove this claim. I simply find that odd.



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