The beauty of using microorganisms or microorganism fragments in the treatment of disease that quickly mutates, is that these therapies can also be mutated in advance to deal with disease resistance. These are living organisms that can adapt just as the disease adapts, and then be prepared in a nonliving but effective product. The magic bullet I referred to above? This refers to the phenomenon of viral replication where one virus actually rebuilds the fragments of another virus. If I was, for example, to give fragments of CAEV or other viruses to the cell infected with HIV and these viruses have the stuff common with HIV, then these viral fragments, which are dead, can be reassembled in the infected cells using HIV’s or cancer’s own regenerative capacity.
This means that the virus only comes to life, so to speak, or only achieves activity in the infected or diseased cells, making them the perfect magic bullet. A magic bullet that uses the disease’s own enzymes and the disease’s own infrastructure to assemble itself right where it is needed. Cancer and AIDS have a great deal of similarities. In fact, HIV used to be called HTLV-3, human T-cell leukemia virus-3. It was considered so similar to leukemia that that was its former name. The DNA repair capacity, and the antiviral and antibacterial agents in the formulation also act as anticancer agents, chemotherapy without the side effects. And when you are repairing the blueprint of your genetics, every disease can be accessed and impacted upon favorably. Again, this product is made of pasteurized milk along with factors to enhance the activity of the principal ingredient. These factors are found in cultures isolated from food sources such as yogurt and cheese. Please use it in good health or to achieve good health.
Mechanisms of the Therapy- The Four Pathways
ELIMINATE VIRAL REPLICATION
This can be done by the current therapies to a certain degree. But HIV places itself into aggregates that give deceptive readings on a blood test. In other words, the virus may show up as undetectable. But an electron microscope or an atomic force microscope will easily see it. The main thing is that atomic force microscopy and electron microscopy aren’t used in the care of an AIDS patient. These photographs taken from an atomic force microscope show how the bulk of the virus can exist inside a ball and not be registered by the blood test.
All this work is published, but not by me. So, it is kind of deceptive that it’s not used or acknowledged. But ask yourself, how can a virus not be detectable, but develop resistance to treatment? How can a virus not be detectable but destroy the immune system? And how can a virus not be detectable, but progress immediately when the medication is stopped? People still die of AIDS, make no mistake, at least ten or twenty thousand a year in the US alone. So, please, don’t really think that assurances of normal lifespan on current medication are valid. That’s an insult to the memory of the people who have died, and false security for those who struggle with the disease and the side effects of the medication.
Outside the cell, HIV can be destroyed by agents that dissolve its outer envelope. This is a much more drastic technique, but one without side effects. That’s opposed to taking small shots at different mechanisms, such as current medication does. The classic method for dissolving HIV, one that would combine really well with conventional therapy, is called AL721. It was developed by researchers in Israel to dissolve the viral membrane. We need to remember, however, that viruses are not really alive, and by definition, therefore, cannot really be killed. They can be broken down into small pieces, but will immediately reassemble when given the chance. You can’t just break them into smaller pieces, you have to make sure these smaller pieces cannot then reconnect. So, unlike AL721, which will dissolve the virus, something a little bit stronger is needed so that the viral fragments are no longer recognizable to each other. In other words, don’t just dissolve it, alter its shape. There are a number of chemicals that can do that. The virus will then not be able to reassemble.
PROTECT THE RESERVOIR OF HEALTHY CELLS
The really nice thing about AIDS, if anything could ever be said that is nice about this disease, is that it takes a long time to kill someone. Ebola has never reached the popularity of HIV because it kills its host within a few days or a few hours. Now of course, HIV can also kill people and it does, but it takes months to years to do that. A nice example can be seen in rabies. With rabies, a uniformly horrible death was expected, until doctors realized that a rabies vaccine could not only protect people against rabies before exposure, but for up to six weeks after exposure, as well.
All we needed to do was create the resistance faster than the virus would spread in the body. With HIV this is totally doable. It is a slow virus that will take months to years to kill you, even without therapy. That is because, at the outset, it does not infect all the immune cells, and leaves a reservoir of cells that can still protect the patient for a relatively long time. These uninfected cells can then be protected by CAEV. And if they remain protected for life, HIV cannot then progress. This explained why people who are HIV positive in that small village in Mexico did not progress to full blown AIDS.
REMOVE THE GENETIC INSERTION POINT OR DESTROY THE CELLS THAT CONTAIN IT
If HIV kills immune cells, then the infected cells have a much shorter lifespan than the uninfected host’s. HIV can only propagate by jumping from an infected cell into an uninfected cell. HIV infected cells do not divide normally or for very long. So, if we can protect the uninfected cells, then the infected ones will eventually die and leave a healthy body.
The genetic insertion point for HIV, much like cancer stem cells, make it almost impervious to eradication. Most people do not know that HIV inserts itself into our genetic blueprint. And without destruction of the genetic blueprint and our own cells with it, it is almost impossible to remove. But this little extra piece of DNA can be removed with DNA repair techniques. We don’t need to wait for the infected cells to die. One such DNA repair technique is DNA isomerase that cleaves out abnormal DNA and repairs the genetic strand. So why doesn’t this occur with HIV? Well, it occurs with many other diseases. But HIV does take over our DNA and becomes a part of us, so our own repair techniques will recognize it as being normal and not attack it. The DNA repair measure has to come from another person, another animal or another organism that can recognize the HIV genome and remove it from our cells. This is the last great feature of this technology – DNA repair.
I’ve given you enough references to check out the science. I’m happy to be able to offer you an affordable form of this treatment under FDA regulations. If higher doses are needed or the disease is more extensive, an injectable form is available, but not in the United States. I can make no claims for the product other than it is based on the four pathways I have mentioned above. I make no health claims for it, to comply with FDA regulations.
A Vaccine existed over two decades ago to prevent AIDS. This was published and publicized by USC, then suddenly disappeared. Whether you believe in Dr. Sam Chachoua or not and whether you believe in anything else we say, is not at issue because the publications that make these claims were made by UCLA, Cedar Sinai Medical Center and USC.