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SadunKal
July 16th, 2009, 01:25 AM
Considering how many people seem to think that the apparent efficiency of the protease inhibitors somehow vindicate the "HIV" theory, I think this sort of information is pretty significant:

In opposition to the popular and even professional medical view that protease inhibitors protect T-cells by suppressing viremia...
Cytotalk: Viremia-Independent T-Cell Protection by Another Protease Inhibitor (http://cytotalk.blogspot.com/2009/07/viremia-independent-t-cell-protection.html)

If I'm not missing anything, I believe this means that these protease inhibitors don't have any T-cell related effects specific to any "HIV". They would be doing what they're doing to T-cells even if "HIV" doesn't exist. I wonder what certain "former denialists" like Gilbert and Sonnabend (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AIDS_denialism#Former_dissidents) have to say about such things.