Is Aids Really Lethal? You Do Want To Read This, It Might Save Lives…

“You Are Going To Die.” – An Alternative Look At HIV/ AIDS

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Anna Rodgers | Collective Evolution

When AIDS first took the world by storm in the early 80’s, these words were the inevitable accompaniment to a diagnosis of the disease.  The poor individual on the receiving end of such a diagnosis would, of course, feel like their whole world was crashing in around them. Then they would ask the fateful question, “How long do I have?”

Answers to this could range vaguely from weeks, to months, to years – they really didn’t know exactly when, just that it would be “soon,” and that without proper medication it would surely happen even sooner.

People were dropping like flies just a few short decades ago, and millions of people globally have died from HIV/AIDS, but fast forward to today and a different picture emerges -one where people with HIV have the opportunity to live a fairly normal lifespan. An obvious question to ask is, why? What has changed? Is it ‘amazing new medical advancements’ or something a bit more sinister?

Positive Hell
A new documentary by Joan Shenton and Andy Reiss has just been released (trailer found at the end of this post) called “Positive Hell” It features the story of 5 Spanish adults, all diagnosed with HIV 25-30 years ago.

Despite all being given a death sentence by their doctors at time of their diagnosis and told to take the usual prescribed drugs, all five decided not to take the HIV medications. Some refused outright, while others stopped once they realized the drugs were making them feel worse. Apart from one of these five, who was an intravenous drug user and died last year due to non-HIV related illness, all are alive and very well today.

Two are married and have children who are all HIV negative, already prompting the question, “Isn’t HIV highly transmittable?” Both the partners are also HIV negative, despite having unprotected sex many times over the years. One of the film’s subjects, Dr. Manuel Garrido, is a practicing physician.

How Is This Possible?
Their story begs the question, how can people who were previously told they were going to die and who “must take the medication” in order to survive still be alive and well today, almost three decades later, without taking any READ MORE: http://www.collective-evolution.com/2015/02/13/you-are-going-to-die-an-alternative-look-at-hiv-aids/

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