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Do TB-Type Bacteria Cause AIDS?
A Note To South African TB Research
Team On XDR TB SA-1 Mutant TB Strain
By Alan Cantwell MD
Dear TB Researchers in South Africa:
I found your email addresses at this website: http:// www.tuberculosis.org.za/team.htm
I have been closely following the scary reports of Adriana Stuijt regarding the epidemic of XDR-TB on www.rense.com
Of particular interest is the "SA-1 mutant strain" --- an apparent COMBINATION (?) of HIV AND TB??? This was news to me!!!
According to Stuijt: A particularly virulent strain of extremely- drug-resistant tuberculosis (XDR-TB) was first identified in South Africa in 2003 and has since then been identified as the unique "SA-1" mutation between the TB bacillus and the Human-Immune- Deficiency virus (HIV) which leads to Aids.
Since the beginning of the AIDS epidemic -- I have reported on unrecognized ACID-FAST BACTERIA in AIDS -- these reports/books of bacteria in AIDS --closely related to the mycobacteria--- have been generally ignored by the AIDS establishment.
In view of your intense concern regarding XDR-TB in South Africa (and elsewhere), perhaps you might want to look at this research.
I am attaching a recent paper published on rense.com -- which has a bibliography to medical journal reports, etc.
Good luck with your research.
Hollywood, CA
From: Alan Cantwell <alancantwell@sbcglobal.net>
Date: June 7, 2007 1:40:17 PM PDT
Subject: Take a look at article on "AIDS and TB" article re-printed on www.rense.com with photos showing unrecognized TB-like bacteria in AIDS
Full article -- with 4 photos of TB-like bacteria in AIDS -- at:



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