Surprisingly (as sarcastic as I can say it) black people account for a higher proportion of new HIV diagnoses, those living with HIV, and those who have ever received an AIDS diagnosis, compared to other races and ethnicities (I wonder if it has anything to do with the fact that AIDS/HIV was a man made disease targeting the Africans… but that is for another time in another blog). In 2016, African Americans accounted for 44% of HIV diagnoses, though we only make up 12% of the U.S. population (same way the black people make up the highest population in prison… but again that’s for another time and another blog).
But every time I read a story about somebody having HIV/AIDS or about any cures under way, it always just makes me wonder why they haven’t found a cure yet? I honestly believe they found a cure a long time ago, but only people who are extremely rich would have access to it (Magic Johnson).
A new report released from U.S. researchers, there is an experimental HIV vaccine which has protected animals from dozens of strains of HIV and a human trial of the vaccine is expected to begin in the second half of 2019. The vaccine targets a vulnerable site on HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, and triggered antibody production in mice, guinea pigs, and monkeys, according to researchers with the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).
The scientists “used their detailed knowledge of the structure of HIV to find an unusual site of vulnerability on the virus and design a novel and potentially powerful vaccine,” NIAID director Dr. Anthony Fauci said in an agency news release.
“This elegant study is a potentially important step forward in the ongoing quest to develop a safe and effective HIV vaccine,” he added. The scientists are making refinements to the vaccine, such as boosting its potency, to produce a version that’s suitable for testing in people.
Clinical trials are needed to take findings like this even further. In 2018, Blacks are still outnumbered when it comes to participation in research and studies, and I wonder why??? Becoming a “clinical study” means just that! They have no idea what is going to happen after taking the vaccinations, they need people to be a case study & they usually pay people for it.
Now the only issue I have with this concept is that it’s another vaccination! It seems like the CDC has been adding more and more vaccines to the list every year. I’m sure this one won’t be mandatory (at least not yet) but I really have a problem with these vaccines they have been pushing on us. Especially the fact that these vaccines are actually making people and children develop other health issues (like autism, multiple sclerosis & many more). Please check out my previous blog about some doctors who ended DEAD when they spoke out against the vaccines. >>> CLICK HERE FOR BLOG
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SOURCE: U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, news release, June 4, 2018