The fragile X: a scanning electron mi...

The fragile X: a scanning electron microscope study.

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andrew j langham

Ramsgate, UK

#1 Mar 30, 2012
testosterone is a major medical Hub' and is important chemical step in most diseases'example HIV' Alzheimers' motor nuerone' diabetes' even in stem cell implantations' cause if corrupt testosterone esters are present' then the new stem cells will become diseased' same goes for organ transplants' formulin does not knock out corrupt testosterone esters' so beware!
andrew j langham

Ramsgate, UK

#2 Mar 30, 2012
electron microscopes can image testosterone esters so proof can be obtained and radio assay can track testoserone esters' into cells!
andrew j langham

Ramsgate, UK

#3 Mar 30, 2012
radio assay is the only way to follow the HIV virus in an animal and how it proliferates through a mammalian body! it usually starts in the anal passage an lower endocrine system mainly the gonads in males and uterine areas in females' the HIV proteins attach to testosterone in the form of corrupt hiv esters and enter all cells through out the body! HIV antibodies are produced but cannot respond to the many permatations of the differing HIV peptides' within cells! treatment must consist of corrupt hiv testosterone 'lock out' from all cells and prescribed healthy testosterone allowed to function and promote new correct cell transcription!
andrew j langham

Ramsgate, UK

#4 Mar 30, 2012
HIV RADIO assay is tracked by xray photography or body scanner' do not get mixed up with immuno'radioassay which just tracks antigens and antibodies, as in the old HIV tests!

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