The International AIDS Conference started in Barcelona, under the UN aegis. Scientists will spend six days discussing the growing number of HIV-infected people, as well as the possible invention of a vaccine against AIDS.
The American pharmaceutical company VaxGen promised to invent such a vacine: spokesmen for the company declared that there would soon be a vaccine developed, within a period of five years, to be more precise. At present, as the BBC reported, there are currently eight vaccines being tested. The results of the research will be released next year.
Russian scientist Frolov invented a special &to=http://home.ural.ru/~frolov/home-e.htm' target=_blank>respiratory device , which promises to become the best counter to AIDS. This device allows the human body to use endogenous breathing, the breathing that has already cured several people from cancer.
The World Health Organization determined that the increase in the amount of money spent on anti-AIDS research could hinder the spread of the epidemic. There are currently up to three billion dollars spent on that every year, although there is a need of ten billion, but it is obvious that this will not solve the problem. According to research conducted by American scientists, AIDS is mostly spread by homosexuals, the number of which is growing every year. Perversion is becoming the norm; furthermore, it is becoming fashionable. A huge percentage of HIV-infected people is drug addicts. Ex-President Bill Clinton said at a forum in New York that the number of HIV-infected people would soon increase from 40 million to 100 million people. The Russian anti-AIDS center reported that there were are already million officially registered infected people in Russia.
Sergey Yugov PRAVDA.Ru
Translated by Dmitry Sudakov
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