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66 razones por las que damos
positivo al SIDA sin tener HIV:

Los tests son un engaño

Luis Carlos Campos
Periodista español

Julio 22, 2008

NO TE HAGAS TESTS DE SIDA, TE ESTÁN MACROESTAFANDO, CUALQUIER PERSONA SANA PUEDE DAR POSITIVO Y TE PUEDEN HUNDIR LA VIDA

DENUNCIA YA LA ESTAFA DEL SIDA: HAZ QUE CIRCULE ESTA INFORMACIÓN

66 RAZONES POR LAS QUE DAMOS POSITIVO

Los propios prospectos de los test del sida dicen que no sirven para detectar el VIH. Nadie ha demostrado que el VIH destruya las células de inmunidad. El test es inespecífico y cualquiera puede dar positivo por tener gripe, hepatitis o CMV-citomegalovirus, un virus que todos tenemos, que es muchas veces el verda-dero causante de la inmunodeficiencia. He aquí algunas de las causas:

[Los números al final de cada causa es el número a la referencia científica al final de la lista]

Anticuerpos Anti-carbohidratos 13, 19, 52
Anticuerpos naturalmente producidos 5, 19
Inmunización pasiva la recepción de gamma globulina o inmuno globulina (como prevención contra infección que contiene anticuerpos)4, 13, 18, 22, 26, 42, 43, 60
Lepra 2, 25
Tuberculosis 25
Mycobacterium avium 25
Lupus erythematosus sistemático 15, 23
Falla renal 13, 23, 48
Hemodiálisis / falla renal 56, 16,41 10, 49
Terapia Alpha interferón en pacientes de hemodiálisis 54
GRIPE 36
VACUNA PARA GRIPE 30, 11, 3, 20, 13, 43
Herpes simple I 27
Herpes simple II 11
Infección del tracto respiratorio superior (resfriado o influenza) 11
Infección viral reciente o exposición a vacunas virales 11
Embarazo en mujeres que han tenido parto múltiple 13, 36, 43, 53, 58
Malaria 6, 12
Altos niveles de complejos inmunes en la circulación sanguinea33
Hypergammaglobulinemia (altos niveles de anticuerpos) 33, 40
Falsos resultados positivos en otros exámenes, incluyendo RPR para sífilis 10, 17, 33, 48, 49
Artritis reumatoide 36
Vacuna de Hepatitis B 21, 28, 40,43
Vacuna contra Tétano 40
Transplante de Órgano 1, 36
Transplante Renal 9, 13, 48, 56
Anticuerpos Anti –linfocito 31, 56
Anticuerpos Anticolágenos (encontrados en hombres homosexuales, hemofílicos, africanos de los dos sexos con lepra) 31
Suero positivo para el factor reumatoide, anticuerpo antinuclear (ambos encontrados en artritis reumatoide y otros auto anticuerpos) 14, 53, 62
Enfermedades Autoinmunes 10, 29, 40, 43, 49
Lupus erythematosus sistemático, scleroderma, enfermedad de tejido conectivo, dermatomiositis, infecciones virales agudas, infecciones virales de ADN 13, 40, 43, 48, 53, 59
Neoplasmas malignos (cánceres) 40
Hepatitis alcohólica y enfermedad hepática por alcohol 10, 32, 40, 43, 48, 49 , 53
Esclerosis cholangitis primaria 48, 53
HEPATITIS 54
Sangre “pegajosa” (en africanos) 34, 38, 40
Anticuerpos con una alta afinidad para polysterina (usada en los paquetes de prueba) 3, 40, 52
Transfusiones de sangre, transfusiones de sangre múltiples 13, 36, 41, 43, 49, 53
Mieloma Múltiple 10, 43, 53
Anticuerpos HLA (para antígenos leucocitos de clase I y II) 7, 10, 43, 46, 48, 49, 53, 63
Anticuerpo antimuscular 48
Anticuerpo de Célula Anti-parietal 48
Anti-hepatitis A IgM (anticuerpo) 48
Anti-Hbc IgM 48
Administración de preparaciones inmunoglobulinas para humanos antes de 1985 10
HEMOFILIA 10, 49
Desordenes y linfoma maligna y hematológicas 9, 13, 43, 48, 53
Cirrosis biliar primaria 13, 43, 48, 53
Síndrome de Stevens-Johnson 9, 13, 48
Fiebre Q asociado con hepatitis 61
Especímenes tratados con calor 24, 48, 49, 51, 57
Suero Lipémico (sangre con altos niveles de grasa o lípidos) 49
Suero Hemolizado (sangre donde la hemoglobina se separa de las células rojas) 
Hyperbilirubinemia 10, 13
Globulinas producidas durante gammopatías policlonal (los cuales se ven en los grupos de riesgo de SIDA) 10, 13, 48
Individuos saludables como resultado de reacciones adversas malentendidas 10
Ribonucleoproteínas normales en humanos 13, 48
OTROS RETROVIRUS 8, 13, 14, 48, 55
Anticuerpos Anti-mitocondriales 13, 48
Anticuerpos Anti-nucleares 13, 48, 53
Anticuerpos Anti-microsomales 34
Anticuerpos antígenos leucocitos de célula 13, 48
Proteínas en el papel filtro 13,
EL VIRUS EPSTEIN-BARR Y CITOMEGALOVIRUS, QUE SON VIRUS UBÍCUOS 37,62
Leishmaniasis Visceral 45
Sexo anal receptivo 39

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Luis Carlos Campos
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