Will The Truth Over Aids And Ebola Ever Come Out?

 

Aids and Ebola medical crimes

Johan Van Dongen is a Dutch scientist and microsurgeon who found out that Aids and Ebola were bio-weapons against Africa after 42 years research

Holland’s Microsurgeon and scientist Johan Van Dongen, a lecturer at the university of Maastricht, in the Netherlands, lost his job after revealing that Aids and Ebola were medical crimes against Africa.

At a recent visit to the residence of the Ambassador of Sierra Leone, Hon Ibrahim Sorie, after speaking over the drastic impact of Ebola, which affected not only the economies of the Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia, but the entire African continent, Joel Savage, a freelance journalist in Belgium, asked the Ambassador if he knew that Aids and Ebola were medical bio-weapons against Africa.

According to Mr. Savage, a Dutch Microsurgeon and Scientist called Professor Johan Van Dongen, living in Holland, contacted him to help spread the message to African leaders that the viruses of Aids and Ebola were man-made, engineered from the laboratories by the United States of America and tested on Africans as bio-weapons.

To support his claim, Prof. Dongen sent the copies of his books “Aids and Ebola, the greatest crime in medical history,” which were published in his native Dutch, to Mr. Joel Savage in Belgium, who painstakingly read the books, because of its scientific research and evidence revealing that Aids and Ebola were indeed medical crimes.

Aftermath the publications, the fact that Prof. Dongen has revealed those medical crimes that America, Belgium, Holland etc, governments are desperately fighting to cover up, wasn’t taken kindly by the Dutch Government. The Dutch professor passed through a marathon of problems, including court actions, eventually losing his job as a university lecturer.

The Ambassador humbly replied to Mr. Savage’s question, saying they have already heard the rumors that Aids and Ebola were medical crimes against Africa, but finding solutions to tackle the disease in the affected countries, became a priority to the affected African governments. “It wouldn’t be a good time for witch hunting.” He said.

Mr. Savage then revealed to the Ambassador that the English version of the Dutch Professor’s book, has been written and now available at Amazon : http://goo.gl/AY7IYW      The Ambassador then concluded with “The truth will definitely come out.”

The World Health Organization keeps on telling the world that Aids, Ebola, and Lassa Fever are over, but thousands of people are dying of Aids in Africa every day. In a new development, the world ramps up its fight against the Zika virus, West Africa is battling to contain a growing outbreak of Lassa fever with nine people in Benin reported dead.

In Sierra Leone, after four people remained in quarantine on Wednesday, 55 others were declared free of the Ebola virus. In March, villagers in Guinea fled for their lives as the country registers the fifth death in the new outbreak. What’s going on that the World Health Organization and the media wouldn’t like to speak the truth?

There is time for everything. There will be a time there will be no room to contain the lies of the World Health Organization, that’s when the cup is full. The truth will definitely come out no matter how long it takes. The resurface of Lassa fever and Ebola in West Africa is enough to tell even the uneducated that Aids, Ebola, and Lassa fever were indeed bio-weapons orchestrated by the United States of America and Europe.

Dutch Study: Most New HIV Infections Could Be Prevented With Pill

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The pill that prevents HIV is not widely available in Europe. If it were, it would probably drop infections considerably, researchers say.

The pill that prevents HIV is not widely available in Europe. If it were, it would probably drop infections considerably, researchers say.

Nearly two-thirds of new HIV infections in gay and bisexual men in the Netherlands could be prevented with antiretroviral treatment, according to a study published on Wednesday.

This treatment — also known as pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP — is not widely available in Europe. It’s not clear whether it would lead to a similar drop in infections in the U.S., where a growing number of gay and bisexual men are already getting PrEP as Truvada, the once-a-day blue pill.

Still, the researchers say that the new study adds to other research showing the public health benefits of PrEP, especially when combined with frequent HIV testing.

“I hope that this study contributes to making the case for making PrEP available to as many individuals as possible,” Oliver Ratmann, an epidemiologist at Imperial College London and leader of the new study, told BuzzFeed News.

Ratmann and his colleagues looked at the medical records of 617 Dutch men who were diagnosed with HIV between July 1996 and December 2010.

The Netherlands, like several other countries in northern Europe, is famous among medical researchers because the government routinely collects health and demographic data on citizens, and then makes the anonymized data available for scientific research. “All hospitals have to comply, which is why we have such a comprehensive dataset,” Ratmann said. “Almost everyone with HIV is in it.”
                           Ratmann’s team looked in particular at the specific genetic code of HIV in each of the 617 men. The virus’s DNA sequence mutates rapidly as it spreads from person to person. By comparing these sequences, “you can say that patient A did not infect patient B, because sequences are so dissimilar.”
                          With this approach, it’s not possible to determine for certain who infected who. But for each infected man, the researchers were able to identify three or four other men who could have infected him. By weighing these various probabilities, the researchers found that an estimated 71% of HIV transmissions came from men who had not been diagnosed, and 43% from men in their first year of infection, underscoring the importance of regular HIV testing.
                           The scientists’ mathematical modeling also found that 66% of the infections could have been prevented if: half of all men at risk of HIV were tested annually; those who tested positive were immediately put on treatment; and half of those who tested negative were put on PrEP.

                            The results are particularly exciting, Ratmann said, because the Netherlands already has a high level of HIV treatment once a person tests positive. These results suggest that proactively treating men before the infection could drop infection rates even more.That high level of treatment, however, also makes the Netherlands quite different from the U.S., noted Dawn Smith of the CDC’s Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention.

“The underlying analysis methods are convincing, and findings are in the ballpark of what I would expect,” Smith told BuzzFeed News by email. Still, “this study’s direct applicability to the United States would be a bit different in that we don’t have the high coverage of antiretroviral treatment or retention in care rates here that are present in the Netherlands.”

Although PrEP awareness in the U.S. is on the rise, Smith added, there are still two notable barriers to making it more common. Too few gay and bisexual men know about it (or where to get it), and too few doctors know about it or know which of their patients would benefit from it.

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