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From 1981-2005 the scientist still haven't found the monkey or any other species that caused HIV virus to spread to HUMANS. IF ANYONE HAS EVIDENCE PLEASE GIVE ME THE LINK.

 

Is ebola from another monkey as well? Is influenza from the sheep?  Is SARS from mongolian monkey? Is cancer from metal viruses? The truth is simple, the earth/WATER&AIR has thousands of deadly viruses,gems and chemicals that are waiting to kill if they get any chance.



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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the CDC in the United States, claims that in 1999 there was discovered the primate host responsible for HIV-1, which had already went through a progression from within that host.  Here is a quote from that site,

 

 "For many years scientists theorized as to the origins of HIV and how it appeared in the human population, most believing that HIV originated in other primates. Then in 1999, an international team of researchers reported that they had discovered the origins of HIV-1, the predominant strain of HIV in the developed world. A subspecies of chimpanzees native to west equatorial Africa had been identified as the original source of the virus. The researchers believe that HIV-1 was introduced into the human population when hunters became exposed to infected blood." 

 

This site leads further to another site, the NIH National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and a news release that came out in 1999, and there are some quotes from that site.

 

"When Dr. Hahn and her collaborators recently identified a fourth chimpanzee infected with SIVcpz, they decided to use this opportunity to carefully examine all four viruses and the animals from which they were derived. With sophisticated genetic techniques, they analyzed the four SIVcpz isolates and compared them with various HIV-1 viruses taken from humans. They also determined the subspecies identity of the chimpanzees: three belonged to a subspecies native to west equatorial Africa, Pan troglodytes troglodytes. The fourth, the chimpanzee infected with a virus most unlike HIV-1, belonged to an east African subspecies known as Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii."

 

And finally,

 

"The authors believe that HIV-1 was introduced into the human population when hunters became exposed to infected blood. Furthermore, they speculate that humans might still be at risk for cross-species transmission because the bushmeat trade – the hunting and killing of chimpanzees and other endangered animals for human consumption – is still common practice in west equatorial Africa.

 

This new report suggests that preserving the wild chimpanzee populations will be crucial for further carefully designed studies to better understand how cross-species virus transmission occurs and how infected chimpanzees resist disease, studies that in turn may lead to new strategies for designing HIV drugs and vaccines."

 

That is the opinion of the governmental scientists of the CDC and associates within the USA, and research is also ongoing, to this day, along these exact lines of research.

 

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http://www.boydgraves.com/press/120600.html

 

Its a shame to blame it on chimpanze,yet in that part of west africa are few cases of AIDS sufferers than in the southern. The culprits who spent 550.million to invent AIDS are still alive and well IN THE USA.Americans are the first to arrive on any outbreak of killer viruses and they always demand samples of human tissues for ther experiments.

 

I cannot blame the poor scientists of Alabama who went to Africa in 1999 to do their research, they put their conclusion to darken the dark continent.Did they eliminate the rest of the chimpanze monkeys?India alone has 5million cases, is it the same monkey!!

 

I live in England, when the first case of MAD COW D was reported three years ago in the southwest farm, the next day it was in another farm in scotland 700miles apart. And they dont know how it arrived in that farm, and then the disease spread to many scattered farms. They blamed the tyres!!

 

The scientists said the culprit is in the air,Aliens and comets can spread all kinds of viruses in our skies.

TURAQ

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Eating of monkeys has been going on for thousands of years, did not start in 1950 or 1981.



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CBC Report: A $100 million US pilot project aims to understand the genetic makeup of cancer to improve diagnosis and treatment.

The U.S. National Institutes of Health announced the launch of the Cancer Genome Atlas on Tuesday in Washington.

The project will systematically explore changes in the human genetic blueprint involved in all types of human cancer, which includes more than 200 different diseases.

"This atlas of genomic changes will provide new insights into the biological basis of cancer, which in turn will lead to new tests to detect cancer in its early, most treatable stages; new therapies to target cancer at its most vulnerable points; and, ultimately, new strategies to prevent cancer," said NIH director Dr. Elias Zerhouni in a release.

Dr. Francis Collins, the NIH genetics chief, compared the cancer project to "thousands of Human Genome projects." He helped direct that project.

"We have the opportunity, because of advances in technology, to really look at the global nature of what is wrong with the cancer cell in a way that frankly we could not have dreamed of even a few years ago," Collins said at the announcement.

In some cases, one genetic mutation can spark the uncontrolled cell growth in a tumour, or increase susceptibility to the disease.

Usually cancer is more complex, involving dozen of genetic changes that differ in malignancy. Small molecules added or removed from DNA can also change how genes function.

Understanding the molecular basis of cancer has allowed researchers to develop the first drugs that target specific faulty genes, such as Herceptin for one form of breast cancer and Gleevec for chronic myeloid leukemia.

The three-year pilot project will focus on two or three types of cancer to determine the feasibility of a larger-scale effort.

The data will be available to researchers worldwide.

 

 

We had thought that scientists and mankind would upon unravelling the human genome, would make this one of the first targets, so who knows where this project will lead, to a cure for this and prove the technology worthy of tackling the HIV strains, hopefully, and almost to hell with where they came from, eventually?

 

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