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Originally posted by crystalLibra
Its sad that it has taken HOW many years and HOW many deaths for information such as this to be made public...
and it really boils down to the basic fact-
The money to be made from natural products, remedies, and treatments- is little to none in comparison to what the existing pharmaceutical and medical industries bring in.
So while there currently is probably a natural cure for almost any ailment, the average human will be lucky to learn they exist in their lifetime.
I mean, HIV/AIDS has been around for what, over 40 years now? In 1991 Magic Johnson announced he had the disease and not too many years later it was rumored that he was cured. While the public never was told this directly
Michael himself stated
the HIV virus in my blood system and in my body have laid dead in a sense
PBS interview with Michael Johnson 2011
So the people with the money seem to have access to some form of treatment that millions of others DONT.
How can we continue to ignore this problem any longer than we already have?!
Originally posted by Tardacus
I guess they better get to work figuring out how to make artificial bee venom because the bees might be extinct before too long.if it took them another 20-30 to make this discovery they might not ever have made it because bees might be extinct by then.
Originally posted by dominicus
They can eventually synthesize bee venom and lock it in the nano-particles, leaving regular bee's alone.
Though it will probably bee another 10-20 years beefore we see this hit the market
Edit*** heads up, the part of the venom used for killing the hiv is called melittin. Likes like there already exists a synthetic version of melittin. We may bee alot closer to a cureedit on 8-3-2013 by dominicus because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by jephers0n
Originally posted by bobs_uruncle
reply to post by Catalyst317
or they'll try to patent the Em chord like Metallica LOL.
Metallica never tried to patent the Em chord (or E or F, for that matter).
Just search Metallica on snopes.com ...