Wednesday, 5 September 2018

AIDs research illegal

On entering Medical Service, doctors promised to be aware of, validate and then use new medical advances: that is their Hippocratic oath.
2002 3 medical professors at the Moffitt cancer centre used High-Intensity UltraSound to clear cancer.  Subsequent medical prescription or cancer drugs totally illegal.
They're all bought an 8 W 3 MHz ultrasound device to validate the medicine.  I bought an 8 W 1 MHz unit, which I found to the 100 per cent effective.  Even against lake stayed inoperable liver cancer.
I got a contact from New York, who was HIV+.  He bought his own HIUS unit, and applied it for ½ minute to each side use chest.
He cleared his AIDs.  I've published my work freely on the Internet.  Every registered Dr. had to download, verified and use the new medicine.
They continued prescribing defective AIDs drugs.  The Hippocratic oath prohibited such action.  Striking the Dr. off the medical register.
The patient gets the return of all medical fees.  The practice nurse uses the health centre HIUS unit, to clear the HIV infection.
The Hippocratic oath prohibits all research or teaching of AIDs medicines.

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