AIDS Maybe Caused by Careless Scientists

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe origin of HIV/AIDS in human beings is a mystery. It is a common belief in the scientific community that the virus originated in non-human primates and was transferred in human beings in the 1950s. One of the most controversial and least investigated theories is the OPV (oral polio vaccine) AIDS hypothesis.

The OPV AIDS hypothesis claims that the virus was transmitted to human beings through contaminated polio vaccines in the 1950s. These vaccines were prepared in chimpanzee tissues, most likely kidneys, and administered to approximately 1 million Africans. In addition to that, many of these Africans were infants with an immature immune system who were administered a dosage up to 15 times higher than the required amount.

This vaccine was developed by Dr. Koprowski in the 1950s and administered in Central Africa, where the earliest known AIDS cases were discovered. Moreover, a small sample of Dr. Koprowski`s vaccine was tested in 1958 and was declared unstable and contained the presence of an unknown virus. Dr. Koprowski was warned about this dangerous finding, regardless of which he continued his mass human trials.

Several scientists urge further investigation into this OPV AIDS hypothesis. Likewise, some scientists have been trying to publish their findings. However, journals and magazines fear law suits based on defamation, hence refuse to publish any research.

AIDS maybe the worst manmade health disaster in human history.

http://www.uow.edu.au/~/bmartin/dissent/documents/AIDS/

http://www.aidsorigins.com/

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