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HIV-Negative AIDS: Is it CFS, GWS, or AIDS?

Allied NATO Government is hiding millions of infectious NON HIV AIDS cases (like mine) under the "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)" ICD-code.
- Dr. Lorraine Day on Cptn. Joyce Riley's military show THE POWER HOUR (09/12): "...HIV-Negative AIDS cases falsely reported and treated as CFS cases may be one of the biggest cover-ups we've ever seen..."

- In 1992 (i.e., after Gulf War 1) "...Newsweek made an even more shocking announcement: ... CFS patients who had the same immune system deficiencies as the NON-HIV AIDS cases..."

- Dr. Judy Mikovits stated on In Short Order (11/12) about CFS & Myalgic Encephalopathy (ME): "... consider this as NON HIV AIDS."

- Neenyah Ostrom's book "America's Biggest Cover-up: 50 More Things...CFS & Its Link To AIDS" cites: "Some CFS Patients May Be Non-HIV AIDS Cases."

My case goes up through the NIH, CDC, White House, WHO, to the UN. I testified federally in Washington-DC, sat on conference with the America Red Cross, and am published 30 times on 4 continents (including From the Trenches World Report, ProHealth, RealNews24, PFLAG, Mathaba-Africa, Fuse Gay Australia, UK Progressive, & Black Men's Magazines).

E.g.,  http://realnews24.com/the-aids-like-disease-seldom-mentioned/

I hope that you'll spread-the-news too (e.g., post on Facebook/Twitter)

In the fight for humanity,
k


12+ years of perfectly-cited research (books, documentaries, interviews w/ scientists, etc.) including my federal testimony -->

www.cfsstraighttalk.blogspot.com


Or simply google "NON HIV AIDS"

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Confusion of terms 31.May.2015 06:38

Mike Novack

"AIDS" is a term referring to a collections of symptoms. "HIV" is the name of a particular virus that can cause this complex of symptoms.

While sometimes a disease causes a set of symptoms unique to that particular disease, this is not always, in fact not usually the case. If it were, the job of diagnosticians would be trivially easy. This is why sometimes a patient is initially diagnosed with some disease (most commonly associated with the expressed symptoms) but the treatment is ineffective, and then further tests ordered which disclose some rarer other disease which can also cause those symptoms. << Often this can happen when the patient has recently been in some distant part of the world but has failed to inform the doctors of this fact so they didn't consider the possibility. this is especially true of diseases caused by parasites which often require very specific tests >>

Also being confused is parts of a symptom complex with the whole. Thus the AIDS complex will include being chronically fatigued, but being chronically fatigued (CFS) just a part so that by itself not an indication of AIDS. There are quite a few diseases that can cause chronic fatigue, so need further tests to distinguish the known ones (and there are others which have not been identified so the cause remains mysterious even after test results "not this", "not that", etc.)

Since you may need an example, back when I was growing up, chronic fatigue symptoms in teens was commonly mononucleosis but that the virus EBV was responsible pinned down only later (that herpes 4 could cause certain kinds of cancer had been discovered a few years earlier)