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May 31, 2009

Addictive Aids Drugs: Has Sustiva Solved an HIV Mystery? - NewsGrabs Sunday, 31 May 2009

Has Sustiva Solved an HIV Mystery?
The revelation that Sustiva is not reported to be an extremely addictive psychotropic drug is disturbing. After speaking with patients like Karri who interrupted their prescriptions, it now appears that abstinence from so-called “ARVs” like Sustiva results not in an increased risk of AIDS but, instead, precipitates the onset of a painful and violent withdrawal syndrome not dissimilar to withdrawal from cocaine, heroin, methamphetamines, and alcohol. Unfortunately for patients like Karri, AIDS clinicians typically mischaracterize the withdrawal syndrome as a manifestation of AIDS that will soon kill them. Unless given further information, care, and nurturing, most patients are physically and emotionally unprepared to contradict their white-coated physicians. Once the drug is re-administered, however, the “AIDS symptoms” disappear in ways not unlike junkies who inject a long-awaited dose of heroin.

Unbelievable! As it turns out, the vaunted "life saving" AIDS drug cocktails contain, in addition to toxic AZT in a lowered dose, a type of drug that is highly addictive and makes patients "feel cheerful, more optimistic, and more physically active".

Discontinuing the drugs sends one's viral load sky high and drops the T-cell count so low you need a submarine to read it. Of course the advice by clinicians when they see those results is that you must get back on those drugs immediately! Talk about compliance ... this is any pharma company's dream. But it's also highly illegal and immoral by any standard.

When will we see a proper investigation and prosecutions of the perpetrators of this deadly scam?

Has Robert Gallo faked original AIDS research?
That is what 37 senior researchers, medical doctors and legal professionals say. They are requesting that the medical journal Science withdraw four seminal papers on HIV authored by Dr. Robert Gallo—papers widely touted as proof that HIV is the "probable cause of AIDS."

Silver nanoparticles show 'immense potential' in prevention of blood clots
Debabrata Dash and colleagues point out that patients urgently need new anti-thrombotic agents because traditionally prescribed medications too-often cause dangerous bleeding.

The scientists describe development and lab testing of silver nanoparticles that seem to keep platelets in an inactive state. Low levels of the nanosilver, injected into mice, reduced the ability of platelets to clump together by as much as 40 percent with no apparent harmful side effects.

The nanoparticles “hold immense potential to be promoted as an antiplatelet agent,” the researchers note. “Nanosilver appears to possess dual significant properties critically helpful to the health of mankind — antibacterial and antiplatelet — which together can have unique utilities...

Routine aspirin benefits queried
Low-dose aspirin should not routinely be used to prevent heart attacks and strokes, contrary to official guidance, say UK researchers.

Analysis of data from over 100,000 clinical trial participants found the risk of harm largely cancelled out the benefits of taking the drug.

Scientists find bacterial zoo thrives in our skin
“... but they also keep your skin moist and make sure if you get a wound that (dangerous) bacteria don’t enter your bloodstream,” she said. “We take a lot for granted in terms of how much they contribute to our health.”

People’s bodies are ecosystems, believed home to trillions of bacteria, fungi and other microbes that naturally coexist in the skin, the digestive tract and other spots. But scientists don’t have a good grasp of which microbes live where, much less which are helpful, even indispensable, in maintaining health.

Omega fatty acid balance can alter immunity and gene expression
Anthropological evidence suggests that human ancestors maintained a 2:1 w6/w3 ratio for much of history, but in Western countries today the ratio has spiked to as high as 10:1. Since these omega fatty acids can be converted into inflammatory molecules, this dietary change is believed to also disrupt the proper balance of pro- and anti- inflammatory agents, resulting in increased systemic inflammation and a higher incidence of problems including asthma, allergies, diabetes, and arthritis.

Is vitamin D deficiency linked to Alzheimer's disease and vascular dementia?
Several studies have correlated tooth loss with development of cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease or vascular dementia. There are two primary ways that people lose teeth: dental caries and periodontal disease. Both conditions are linked to low vitamin D levels, with induction of human cathelicidin by 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D being the mechanism.

Prescribing sunshine for multiple sclerosis?
Multiple sclerosis (MS) results from a failure of the body to recognize itself. The immune system attacks and destroys the sheath that protects nerve fibres, as if it were a foreign body or infection. Vitamin D, which is produced in the skin in response to natural sunlight, is an immune system regulator. This might explain why MS is less common in sunnier countries.

Europe Against GMOs and Patents on Life
As countries from the former eastern bloc joined the European Union (EU), the US had expected them to help counter the opposition to GMOs, but far from it. The newer members have added strength to the GM opposition, often in direct defiance of Brussels.

In April the European Commission sent a letter to Bulgaria warning over its failure to implement the European Directive for GMO in its legislation, as reported in the Klasa Daily [7]. This was the sixth official warning to Bulgaria for not following regulations. Experts commented that the current Bulgarian legislation is much more restrictive compared to European regulation. Bulgaria supported Hungary’s decision to keep the ban.

American Academy Of Environmental Medicine Calls For Moratorium On Genetically Modified Foods
The American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) today released its position paper on Genetically Modified foods stating that "GM foods pose a serious health risk" and calling for a moratorium on GM foods. Citing several animal studies, the AAEM concludes "there is more than a casual association between GM foods and adverse health effects" and that "GM foods pose a serious health risk in the areas of toxicology, allergy and immune function, reproductive health, and metabolic, physiologic and genetic health."

The FDA: A Dose of Reality
Despite the grandstanding consumer-safety posturing from certain lawmakers suggesting that consumers are not protected from supplements, what we all desperately need protecting from is the FDA, itself, which, in its current state, is powerful, unresponsive, political, inept and corrupt.

Billionaires meet - agree to curb overpopulation
Here's an interesting article about a few of the richest people in America meeting secretly to consider how their wealth could be used to slow the growth of the world’s population and speed up improvements in health and education. The secrecy is understandable as population control is a very emotionally charged subject. I am encouraged, however, when I read:

"The issues debated included reforming the supervision of overseas aid spending to setting up rural schools and water systems in developing countries." and "Gates, 53, who is giving away most of his fortune, argued that healthier families, freed from malaria and extreme poverty, would change their habits and have fewer children within half a generation."

Throwing Billions Down a Psych Drug Rat Hole
In 2008, the makers of psychiatric drugs raked in overall sales in the US of $14.6 billion from antipsychotics, $9.6 billion off antidepressants, $11.3 billion from antiseizure drugs and $4.8 billion in sales of ADHD drugs, for a grand total of $40.3 billion.

Review finds shortfalls in monitoring of foster children on psychiatric drugs
After reviewing its files, the Department of Children and Families determined it had undercounted the number of foster kids on such medications as Risperdal and Adderall, overlooking hundreds of cases.

It also has failed to meet its legal requirement that such prescriptions be given only after parental consent or court order.

Children's Use Of Psychiatric Drugs Begins To Decelerate
The growth in antipsychotic-drug prescriptions for children is slowing as state Medicaid agencies heighten their scrutiny of usage and doctors grow more wary of the powerful medications.

Could there be a chance of sanity prevailing in the end?

Antidepressants - Paxil, Prozac, Zoloft Increase Risk of Breast Cancer
Inexplicably, the FDA has dragged its feet about adding a warning label to both tamoxifen and the antidepressants, Paxil, Prozac and Zoloft--despite the unanimous recommendation of its own advisory panel in 2006.

An independent large study conducted by MEDCO Health Solutions Inc. found that women treated with tamoxifen for breast cancer doubled the risk of the disease returning if they used antidepressants--in particular, Paxil and Prozac.

Professor warns of cellphone health hazards
"The heat is what everyone has focused on largely because that was an easy thing to measure," he said.

However, Blank said researchers are now able to measure biochemical changes.

"The biochemical changes occur long before there are changes in temperature," he said.

"That's why people who have focused on the thermal effects, which is the measure of the heat, have gotten the wrong answer."

He said researchers have concluded that there is no real harm because they haven't found any changes in temperature.

"That's not true, there's a lot of change going on there," Blank said.

Let’s get real about alternative energy
We need to introduce simple arithmetic into our discussions of energy.

We need to understand how much energy our chosen lifestyles consume, we need to decide where we want that energy to come from, and we need to get on with building energy systems of sufficient size to match our desired consumption.

But Governor, You Can Create Money! Just Form Your Own Bank.
Only three of fifty states are now solvent, meaning they have the revenues to meet their state budgets; and one of them is North Dakota. It is an unlikely candidate for the distinction. It is a sparsely populated state of less than 700,000 people, largely located in isolated farming communities afflicted with cold weather. Yet since 2000, the state’s GNP has grown 56%, personal income has grown 43%, and wages have grown 34%. The state not only has no funding issues, but this year it actually has a budget surplus of $1.2 billion, the largest it has ever had.

North Dakota boasts the only state-owned bank in the nation.

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More information out there...

There is much I cannot cover but other sources for this kind of information exist and are active.


Dr Mercola's health blog, Mike Adams' Natural News and the One Click Group in the UK have good health information. The Dr Rath Foundation is also putting out a weekly collection of health related news. Here is the link to their Newsletter Archive.

The Alternative Medicine Yahoo Group and the healthfreedom ning group are places to discuss and exchange information on what is happening in the world of natural health.

For the influence of electromagnetic waves from radio, mobile phones and other radio emitting devices, check out the emr-updates group on Yahoo. Genetic modification and issues around agriculture and foods are reported on the Organic Consumers Association site.

A few sites to keep up to date with the other side of world affairs, the stuff you won't necessarily find on your tv or in the papers:

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posted by Sepp Hasslberger on Sunday May 31 2009
updated on Wednesday August 15 2012

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