"In 1992 at Albert Einstein. College of Medicine, 1300 Morris Park Ave., Bronx, N.Y.10461 it was found that passing small SMALL SMALL electric
currents through blood disabled the AIDS AND OTHER VIRUSES"
to what extent is this statement true?! and if it is why is it not being used in practice?! are the pharmaceutical companies keeping this from us so
that they can continue making a profit?
I accept that electric current might disable the HIV virus before it infected a cell, but once it infects, it passes on its DNA to the host cell and
its the host that has been altered. Viruses are essentially bits of DNA or RNA covered by a protien coat. If the electrical current disabled the virus
DNA somehow, it would also disable the human cell DNA. Doesn't make much sense.
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