Doctor Gary R. Davis a family practice physician (MD) from Oklahoma may have been the first man to find a cure for HIV/Aids. He died in 2007 under mysterious circumstances and his family and close friends suspect foul play.
His work was based on the following theory:
“An immune competent animal will produce immediate antibodies in response to foreign protein. The immunologic response to that foreign protein predictably comprises both humeral and cellular response, and this immune response produces an immune modulator. These immune globulins may be transported to a member of a different species by serum transfusion simple administration.”
This can be compared to the process of producing antivenin. Antivenin is a highly effective antitoxin produced from the antibodies of a horse and is used to cure humans of a bite from a poisonous snake.
After identifying the immune modulator and successfully determining the protein sequence he was able to reproduce it in a laboratory. The laboratory results showed that HIV can be inhibited.
The serum, known as BB: 7075, is a bio-agent produced from immunized goat blood plasma. The serum is used to stop the HIV virus from entering new body cells and stopping infected cells and virus mutation before it can establish a beachhead in the body. This is also referred to as a fusion inhibition as a result of immune modulation.
Allegedly BB: 7075 also reverses the damage already done by preventing the development of newly infected cells. The serum causes a significant decrease of HIV viral load in the human body and an increase in healthy immune system T cells.
The patient regains the ability to fight infection and returns to normal activities. As viral loads become undetectable and CD4+ counts return to normal, HIV/Aids is defeated, and the patient can enjoy a normal life again.
Conspiracy Theory or Fact
It is a well-known fact that “Big Pharma” is not in the business of finding cure. They make billions by selling drugs and making disease manageable.
Cipla is the world’s largest manufacturer of antiretroviral drugs. Cipla made 5.6 billion dollars in 2013 alone.
They make drugs for many other so-called manageable diseases such as cardiovascular disease, arthritis, diabetes, and depression.
Many people believe that the big boys at the country club would not jeopardize such an enormous source of income by curing disease. Surely that would reduce their revenues immensely.
Did The FDA & NIH Suppress a Cure or Was Doctor Davies a Scammer?
I leave you with this report by Fox23 and ask you to come to your own conclusion.
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