We have been told for the last 25 years that HIV causes AIDS. Billions of dollars have been spent on HIV research; however, no progress has been made in curing or preventing AIDS. On the contrary, millions of people have suffered and died as a result of the toxicity of anti-viral drugs. Dr. Muhammad Ali Al Bayati is a renowned Pahtologist and dual board-certified Toxicologists (PhD, DABT, DABVT). Dr. Al Bayati’s research on AIDS has revealed the true causes of AIDS around the world, and HIV is not among them. His research findings on AIDS have been reviewed and supported by physicians and scientists worldwide. Included on the left are links to articles and reviews by physicians. I am asking you to review Dr. Al Bayati’s work and be the judge. If you agree with his research, please be involved in asking our government and the medical establishment to re-evaluate their thinking about HIV and AIDS. Also you are encouraged to send these links to people you know to make them aware of the facts.
This article is published in a medical journal with an editorial board of sixteen physicians and thirteen scientists. Below is an abstract of the article:
'Review of the medical literature on the causes and the pathogeneses of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) revealed the following facts: 1) AIDS in drug users and homosexuals in the USA and Europe is actually caused by the heavy ancillary use of glucocorticoids and other immunosuppressive agents to medically treat the wide range of the chronic serious illnesses caused by drugs and medications and infections. 2) AIDS in hemophiliacs is related to the use of corticosteroids and other immunosuppressive agents to prevent the development of antibodies for factors VIII and IX and other clotting factors and to treat chronic illnesses. 3) AIDS in people receiving blood and/or tissue is related to the use of glucocorticoids to prevent reactions of transfusion and tissue rejection and other illnesses. 4) AIDS in infants and children is caused by their exposure to drugs and corticosteroids in utero and their exposure to corticosteroids after birth used to treat infectious and noninfectious illnesses. 5) AIDS in Africa is caused by malnutrition, release of endogenous cortisol, and by opportunistic diseases. 6) HIV is a harmless virus both in the in vivo and the in vitro settings and the HIV-hypothesis needs to be reevaluated. 7) The use of glucocorticoids, Zidovudine (AZT), and protease inhibitors to treat AIDS patients are contraindicated.'