HIV Cure Not Imminent But Progress Co...

HIV Cure Not Imminent But Progress Continues

There are 3 comments on the RedOrbit story from Mar 12, 2012, titled HIV Cure Not Imminent But Progress Continues. In it, RedOrbit reports that:

The human immunodeficiency virus is a complex creature that researchers have been working on getting the upper hand on for 30 years.

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A Christian

London, UK

#1 Mar 22, 2012
corrupt HIV testosterone esters are the main transfer agent! orignating from the HIV virus! corrupt HIV testosterone esters within any cell will propergate HIV' its not just reverse transcription' because the virus disables aromatase'and allows the corrupt testosterone to associate into the cell peptides! the peptides then cause futher complex transcription of STAT proteins' and the HIV becomes a viscious circle of incorrect signal transfer, leading to the demise of T cells & T cell cascades! a vaccine is needed to block corrupt HIV testosterone esters! but allows healthy testosterone to activate as normal! Note; HAART treatment is essential for people suffering with HIV'
andrew j langham

London, UK

#3 Mar 23, 2012
Reverse transcriptase ribonuclease H (RT) is a multifunctional rogue protease enzyme that cleaves to the p51 Golgi site, where protein p51 manipulates attachment to p66 in order to promote and energize protein p66, so that polymerase will carry and convert the viral RNA genome into ds DNA in the cytoplasm, shortly after virus entry into the cell takes place.

Note, it is here testosterone esterified with Hiv amino acids, then uses 3 digit rogue codons to prefix Hiv proteins, so that polymerization may take place thus chains of 9 Hiv proteins endlessly link together forming the p17 hiv capsid. Directly because of corrupt testosterone bound hiv esters, the said Hiv proteins, are multiplexed and possess more permutations than the national lottery.

Note; we need to block out corrupt testosterone so that protease inhibitors can then work 100% efficiently; Note then the total Haart package would be extremely effective in reducing viral load, perhaps to ZERO, I pray to Almighty God that this will be the case. Amen.
andrew j langham

London, UK

#4 Mar 23, 2012
Prostaglandins have a protective role in the gastrointestinal tract, preventing acid-insult to the mucosa and very, very, importantly the circumference layering of liposodal fat lattice atom substrates, in and around all cells especially of the reproductive systems; it is these liposoidal fats such as gp 160 gp 120 gp 41 etc that break down the cell walls of CD 4 cells allowing the HIV virus coding to interfere with TAT and REV proteins, which produce 'rogue testosterone' which asimulates and assists the HIV code within amino acid chains of multiplexed proteins and then goes on to further multi-confuse transcription in all cells thus makes it difficult for HIV expert doctors to control and iradicate the disease. rogue testosterone hiv esters need to be isolated and then dipping in bovne serum albumin in order to produce an HIV vaccine that will hopefully work completly!

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