I mean, its hard to get get more ‘alternative’ than a GMO HIV virus, rite?

A million people have been forwarding me a link to this unbelievable story:

Its totally true, and its something Ive written about here at ERV before. It is incredible.

The day Im waiting for, is when this ‘incredible’ approach to treating a disease… is absolutely mundane.


  1. #1 Jane Yaciuk
    June 20, 2013

    I’ve had this video thrown my way all day too by friends and family both. It’s viral…pardon the pun! I will vouche that I was present when we (you, me, Curtis) discussed “can’t wait until someday when we fight the ‘HIV with the HIV'” Totally give you credit lady…the day will come!

  2. […] Smith reports that it’s all true. While results aren’t typical and this kind of treatment is in it’s infancy as we […]

  3. #3 Something else
    June 21, 2013

    Would this be less effective against solid tumors? I can’t imagine “teaching” T-cells to go after lung cells would be a good thing for someone with lung cancer.

  4. #4 D. C. Sessions
    June 21, 2013

    I can’t imagine “teaching” T-cells to go after lung cells would be a good thing for someone with lung cancer.

    If someone comes up with a treatment to get rid of melanosomes, it will undoubtedly have some unpleasant effects besides turning me into an albino. But compared to melanoma?

    Sign me up.

  5. #5 Tyrone Slothrop
    June 25, 2013

    “Dr. June said his team hopes to use T-cells against solid tumors, including some that are very hard to treat, like mesothelioma and ovarian and pancreatic cancer. But possible adverse reactions are a real concern, he said, noting that one of the protein targets on the tumor cells is also found on membranes that line the chest and abdomen. T-cell attacks could cause serious inflammation in those membranes and mimic lupus, a serious autoimmune disease.”



  6. #6 Tyrone Slothrop
    June 26, 2013

    Can’t find a date on this interview, but looks like they’re starting trials on Pancreatic cancer already:


  7. #7 eddie
    July 6, 2013

    It’s an example of that old saying: What do you call alternative medicine that works? Medicine.

  8. #8 Kalem
    Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
    August 27, 2013

    What do you think about oncolytic viruses which are in testing, JX-594 from Jennerex?
    These viruses are programmed to infect only cancerous cells and also send out a message while inside the cell to tell white blood cells to attack.

    I think it’s great that the work is being done and especially great it is being done where I live.

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