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I know that's pie in the sky dreamin' but that's how i'd like to see it go down...and i'm ready to volunteer...never mind infecting anymore of those poor monkeys and making them suffer with this SH_T
The link is not working for me, but maybe someone should send it to Peterson or Lerner. They are not testing, but actually treating CFS patients with antivirals without showing that the virus causes CFS."The drugs cannot ethically be tested in prostate cancer and chronic
fatigue patients, however, until it is shown that the virus actually
causes disease"....from HIV drugs combat virus that might be linked to prostate cancer and chronic fatigue
April 5, 2010 | 10:36 am
The link is not working for me, but maybe someone should send it to Peterson or Lerner. They are not testing, but actually treating CFS patients with antivirals without showing that the virus causes CFS.
The unethicality of testing without compelling cause probably depends on the side effect. Is it unethical to test Asprin without showing a reasonable cause/effect? Probably not. AZT? Probably yes. Anything that lists death as a possible side effect probably would not qualify as being ethical, and some antivirals do have that.
If the virus can ever be shown to be a cause of prostate cancer or chronic fatigue, Dr. Ila R. Singh of the University of Utah School of Medicine, chemist Raymond F. Schinazi of the Emory University School of Medicine and their colleagues tested four HIV drugs against XMRV grown in cultures of breast cancer and prostate cancer cells.