"AIDS research significantly confused by Human Endogenous Retroviruses (HERVs)"
HERVs (Human Endogenous Retroviruses) are confounding factors in HIV/AIDS research that cannot be ignored. They account for the presence of retroviral nucleoside sequences in the plasma of AIDS patients, erroneously interpreted as HIV “viral load”. They falsify claims of innumerable “mutations” of the hypothetical HIV. They also provide a valid explanation for the presence of EM recognizable retroviruses in the original 1983 publication from the French Institut Pasteur. Understanding the interference of HERVs in AIDS research permits to confirm that an exogenous HIV, actually, does not exist, opening the way to the development of a fully re-directed, non-retroviral AIDS research.
(with permission of the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons www.jpands.org).