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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

THE TRANSMISSION OF HIV LIKE THE VIRUS OF INFECTIOUS ANEMIA OF HORSE


Nelson Mandela joined the campaign for HIV treatment in South Africa

Nelson Mandela joined the campaign for HIV treatment in South Africa



"Sexual intercourse has to be excluded as being the cause of the explosive spread of Aids in some large cities in the USA and Western Europe, as well as for example, in Uganda, Zaire, Tanzania, Malawi, Zimbabwe, and South Africa."


HIV can be transmitted like the Virus of Infectious Anemia of Horse. The disease was developed from the Virus of Infectious Anemia of Horse (EIAV). Therefore, it has similar physical characteristics and can be transmitted in a similar way. Just like EIAV, it is highly durable.

The Virus of Infectious Anemia of Horse can be kept in a dried state for seven months in moist conditions. It will remain virulent and resistant for two and a half months in water, urine or ichor. Dry frozen retroviruses are at 20°C, unaltered for a period of 14 months unaltered contagious.

Dried HIV will remain contagious for seven days. Moist HIV is still contagious after 15 days at room temperature. In dried medicine for hemophilia patients, HIV is said to remain infectious for twelve months, because roughly twelve months are needed from the time of taking the blood preparing the medicine up to the time of application.

HIV would have to stay infectious for that period of time (should the information on hemophilia patient-infection with coagulation factors be relevant.)

EIAV is capable of being contagious in blood, feces, urine, semen and vaginal fluid of infected horses. HIV was demonstrated in blood, urine, semen and vaginal fluid.

EIAV can lead to infection as a result of repeated absorption of these carriers in food. It can also pass through the placenta and the conjunctiva of the eyeball.

HIV can be transmitted from infected mothers to their unborn children.

EIAV is contained in filariae (Onchocerca volvulus) and larvae of horse flies, that means in endoparasites. The relative of HIV, HTLV-I, is transmitted via filariae. HIV is contained in endoparasites, such as Giardia lamblia.

EIAV is transmitted by insects, such as stable flies, horse flies, and black flies. It is also transmitted by syringes. HIV is transmitted by stable flies and is found in insects. The cause of Kaposi's sarcoma, one characteristics disease of mass HIV-infection, is transmitted by horse flies and black flies.

HIV can be transmitted by vaccination, blood transfusions and insects to the infectable helper cells in the blood. it can also reach the Langerhans' cells of the skin or the macrophages in the mucosa (for example, eyes, mouth, vagina) by way of spraying for example. 

It can also be transmitted by sexual intercourse. However, statistically, transmission of the disease only takes place after 700th instance of sexual intercourse between an HIV-infected and non-infected person. 

Sexual intercourse has to be excluded as being the cause of the explosive spread of Aids in some large cities in the USA and Western Europe, as well as for example, in Uganda, Zaire, Tanzania, Malawi, Zimbabwe, and South Africa.


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