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  1. heapsreal

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    Vaccine theory makes sense as so many children were effected in the initial outbreaks in the 1980s and they recieve the most vaccines.
     
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    I don't agree with things that "markmc20001" said - I find it hard to believe that GSK thought that it would be worthwhile to insert a retrovirus to the vaccines in order to get people to "slow down" - I even doubt that there is a way they could know that it would cause fatigue (altough, that's a common symptom so there was probably a good chance for that with that virus ajnd with many other viruses).

    However, I do believe that it's possible that GSK would want XMRV to not be found as a real pathogenic virus. Such reasons may be: They think or know that their vaccines contained it; They think that another company would gain from XMRV being found as a real pathogenic virus that cause some of the diseases known today; And probably many other possible reasons.


    So, I don't know if they do not want to find the virus, but I do suspect that it's possible, as I suspect many others that in my opinion might have interests.
     
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    Hey Omer. Look at the Research Dr Sygnh Lo did about Myoplasma for Biological weapons back in the 70's? They might have known it could slow people down then as that was there intent was to use disease it as a weapon of sorts. Possible XMRV stood out as being a good contender.

    However, I'm open to other reasons why GSK may have allowed XMRV to continue on in vaccines(if that is what happened). However, can't see GSK saying oops, we screwed up better not tell anybody and just ignore it for years.

    I can;t even really see a retrovirus from a lab being allowed to contaminate humans from vaccines to begin with. It seems to me, that they would build new labs, breed monkies and mice known to be clean. DO whatever it takes to be sure of absolutely no retrovirus in vaccines.

    Keep in mind, I think there is alot of research that shows contamination being a real possibility from even back then. I think the price was to high to get it wrong. Seems like every precaution should have been made(even if new labs had to be made), to prevent and correct contamination. Look at the response we got from the CDC for all these years. just ignore and psychogize (not GSK, but the CDC)
     
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    Don't understand how another company would profit from finding out about the retrovirus? Good to see we are in agreement that it is possible that GSK doesn't want XMRV to come out.

    You have to admit, it would be the perfect crime to give everybody a retrovirus while selling them useless and toxic anti-depressants the whole time.... To fix their Reeves disease depression.
     
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    If another company have a better drug against XMRV, they might profit from XMRV.
     

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