Thursday, 13 September 2018

Saving Glasgow from AIDs

You can always tell their an incurable disease is cured.  The drug companies start offering their defective treatments, as there totally unproven preventative medicine.
The Hippocratic oath prohibits all registered medics from prescribing the drug for such unproven reasons.
Glasgow has a particular problem, because to intervenous needle sharing.  HIV did not spread the plasma brown boys bumming each other, but because Glasgow people bought 5 minutes or drug enhanced pleasure, was worth a 10 year expensive biochemical descent to death.
½ minute of High-Intensity UltraSound, to each side of the chest, clears HIV.  It sets up a 40 year immune resistance to AIDs.  Renewed every time the virus tries to RE affect an individual.
I use an 8 W 1 MHz ultrasound massage device.  100 per cent effective.  The practice health nurse has an infective 8 W 3 MHz unit.

Ultrasound—Cancer Cure: Cheap Home Cure to All Cancers

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Ultrasound—Cancer Cure explores a perspective and revolutionary new treatment for cancer: high-intensity ultrasound, a noninvasive but promising new treatment that is being studied as a way to treat all cancers and could even cure in just one application. Author Dr. Jon Thomason shares research from the Moffitt Cancer Center, which pioneered research into this application of ultrasound, and he explains both how ultrasound works and how, more importantly, it can be used to as a treatment for cancer. Chemotherapy and surgery are not the only options for patients suffering from cancer. Ultrasound is a promising new alternative that could offer a noninvasive treatment without the debilitating side-effects of radiation and surgery.

Why did you want an expensive, ineffective drug regime to stop you catching AIDs.  When a solitary visit to the health centre, and a minute of HIUS clears HIV totally.  Just asking!
If you have a friend in Glasgow or with HIV, copy this message to them.

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