“AIDS, 25 YEARS LATER,” A SPECIAL REPORT ON UNUSUAL CASES:

Ten years ago in Los Angeles, an African woman came down with AIDS symptoms but when she was tested for the virus, she tested negative. Later, doctors realized, she ‘actually’ had the virus and was able to ‘transmit it’ but was unable to ‘contract it,’ she could have mistakenly infected others-thinking she was negative due to her test results.   This deadly strain has been referred to (in some medical circles) as the ‘O,’ strain.

In Uganda, allegedly, a prostitute infected the majority of her customers, she worked the streets for several years but she never tested positive for AIDS.  Only five percent of the people in the United States are resistant to the virus. 

During the 1960’s in St. Louis, a black male prostitute died of mysterious circumstances, his organs were stored, later when the organs were analyzed in the 1980’s, they tested positive for AIDS.  This case strongly suggests that the virus was around prior to 1982.

The virus is very weak outside the body and it has been suggested, that it can be killed with soap and water.   Also, if a person becomes ‘re-infected,’ this supposedly cuts their life span (with the virus) in half, along with a weak immune system caused by drugs, alcohol and nicotine.

Since the emergence of AIDS, 25 million people have died worldwide and someone dies of AIDS every nine minutes in this country.

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