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This is Gallo's study in February of 1984 about finding p24 in cancer patients. In their own words they were about to commercialise the p24 antigen test as a measure of how big a tumour was. But any detection of retroviruses in tumours is irrelevant as they are full of retroviruses anyway as was found out later in research from this century. "Circulating immune complexes from two patients with human T-cell leukaemia/ lymphoma virus (HTLV)-related lymphoma were shown to contain the major internal antigen of the virus, p24. The amount of complex-bound p24 in sequential serum samples correlated roughly with tumour cell mass. Small amounts of complex-bound p24 were detected in samples before a relapse became clinically manifest. Measurement of complex-bound p24 in patients with HTLV-associated lymphomas and leukaemias might thus be helpful in management of malignancies and offer the possibility of detecting imminent relapse and preventing it by intensification of treatment." DEMONSTRATION OF VIRAL ANTIGEN p24 IN CIRCULATING IMMUNE COMPLEXES OF TWO PATIENTS WITH HUMAN T-CELL LEUKAEMIA/LYMPHOMA VIRUS (HTLV) POSITIVE LYMPHOMA ...Feb 1984 http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736%2884%2990358-1/abstract
So within 2 months you have to ask how did a p24 antigen to detect tumour size suddenly become a deadly sex virus in gays and this was all claimed as the cause of AIDS at a press conference without any reference to other researchers. When those gays involved had cancers from popper use and other party drugs anyway. "The amount of complex-bound p24 in sequential serum samples correlated roughly with tumour cell mass." This above means the size of a tumour can affect the HIV test measure levels... "Small amounts of complex-bound p24 were detected in samples before a relapse became clinically manifest." means they found p24 was a measure of a tumour coming back before it was found "Measurement of complex-bound p24 in patients with HTLV-associated lymphomas and leukaemias might thus be helpful in management of malignancies..." means they were about to commercialise the p24 test as a measure for detecting tumours before they appeared. Not a sexually transmitted deadly immune damaging virus as claimed two months later at a press conference. This is a study from now 2009, not 1984, showing women with cervical cancers displayed p24 'HIV' antigens when they looked at their tumours. "While investigating whether proteins retrieved by cervicovaginal lavages (CVL) from women with cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) might correlate with risk of progression to invasive cervical cancer, we unexpectedly identified HIV gag and env glycoprotein in CVL from women with HIV-negative serology. HIV antigens were consistently identified by mass spectrometry (MS) in CVL from 4 women but were absent in CVL from the remaining 16 women. HIV serologies of all 20 patients were negative for both HIV-1 and HIV-2 antibodies. To validate the unexpected MS findings we performed Western blot (WB) and immunoaffinity chromatography (IC) analysis of CVL for HIV proteins, viral load assays of paired CVL and blood samples, and immunohistochemical HIV p24 expression in cervical biopsy specimens. WB analysis of CVL for prostate-specific antigen (PSA) was performed to exclude semen contamination as the source of HIV proteins. WB and IC results demonstrated the presence of HIV-1 gp41 and p24 antigens in four CVL that were identified by MS to have the HIV proteins. Despite negative serology, HIV RNA in CVL and HIV p24 in cervix biopsies were detected in patients with HIV antigen-positive CVL. HIV p24-positive CVL were PSA negative. All 20 subjects remained HIV seronegative throughout the study. Women with HIV proteins and RNA were comparatively older. Our findings suggest that CVL HIV proteins in women with CIN could be markers for unrecognized HIV exposure or subclinical infection. Proteomic screening of cervical secretions may be useful in identifying seronegative women exposed to HIV and/or at risk for AIDS." Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) antigens and RNA in HIV-seronegative women with cervical intraepithelial neoplasia.
"Women with HIV proteins and RNA were comparatively older." meaning older women in particular are at danger from the HIV test but they don't test older women generally except in Africa.
They added this comment to disparagingly say that these older women could be HIV+ just to keep everybody happy with their research finding as it was so embarrassing to find HIV antigens outside of their perceived 'risk' groups.
"Our findings suggest that CVL HIV proteins in women with CIN could be markers for unrecognized HIV exposure or subclinical infection. Proteomic screening of cervical secretions may be useful in identifying seronegative women exposed to HIV and/or at risk for AIDS."
The HIV antibody test is also diluted 400 times for some bizarre scientisfic reason???
Can anyone explain that, why is the HIV test diluted 400 times, shouldn't it be 1 to 1?
Anyway this means the tumour detecting effect of the HIV test is also diluted 400 times.
In the case of Gallo's AIDS patients with 'HIV' they were intially gay men who had used poppers and had Kaposi's Sarcoma, a type of cancer.
The culprit for Kaposi's Sarcoma was found later in 1994 to be a herpes virus HHV8 not HIV.
Kaposi's Sarcoma also occurs in 'elderly men of Italian, Jewish, or Mediterranean linkage' so not exclusive to gays.
Whatever you call these things, they are blood cancers.
And corticosteroid use causes Kaposi's Sarcoma in HIV negative people.
So in the UK in 2010 as an example there were 157,275 deaths from cancer. But at the same time the... "UK HIV and AIDS statistics show that of the 96,000 people living with HIV in the UK at the end of 2011, approximately 24 percent were unaware of their infection." http://www.avert.org/aids-uk.htm
So the 24 percent of people 'unaware they might be HIV+' is just a claim and there only 73,000 people in the UK dying from a HIV+ diagnosis.
Some aren't dying at all.
Some are dying so very slowly of the 'HIV' diagnosis they are alive and kicking almost 30 years later so the theory is failing.
Meanwhile some HIV+ tagged people could have cancers and often do when they die and to add to that risk they take cancer causing AIDS drugs.
With a test that is diluted 400 times and was originally intended to measure tumours??? But there are 157,000 deaths from cancer every year in the UK and every person with cancer is riddled with retroviruses anyway.
Human endogenous retroviruses and cancer: Causality and therapeutic possibilities 2012
So again you have to ask how within 2 months from the February 1984 study above to Gallo's press conference in April 1984 did a p24 antigen used to detect tumour size suddenly become a deadly sex virus in gays???? When those gays they measured had cancers anyway???