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https://klinghardtinstitute.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/IHCAN-Dr-K-article-HERV-05.1.pdf

He bases his work on Judy Mikowitz research on retroviruses.

Few years ago, a few strange deaths and heavily armed people destroyed the lab that was producing GcMaf.

Dr James Jeff Bradstreet was murdered, so research on retroviruses (lab research) to develop tests for patients stopped.
People are afraid to get murdered, so no one took the work further.

Dr Bradstreet was working on a cure for autism.

Mainstream media, of course, tells another tale.
Death of dr Bradstreet

It's not difficult to connect the dots: labs of GcMaf were attacked, closed and its main researcher dead...

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Here is one part dr K speaks about retroviruses and lyme.

"When the retroviruses are effectively
addressed early in the treatment of chronic
illness, ...

...other issues such as bacterial
infections (Borrelia, Mycoplasma, Bartonella
etc),

...mould illness,
....EBV, CMV, HHV-6,

....silent inflammation,
....parasites, heavy metal toxicity

and many other problems become less
symptomatic and often undetectable

– and respond much better to treatment, even to
interventions that have failed before.


Plants have been exposed to the same
retroviruses as us, but for 300 million years
longer

-– and many have developed potent
adaptogens.

Even though drugs like Truvada
and AZT can be successfully used, I prefer the
use of plant-based products that have unique
anti-retroviral properties.

A few examples with the key references:
- Scutalaria root (Ruscetti et al: “Inhibition
of HIV infection by baicalin – a flavonoid
compound purified from Chinese herbal
medicine”,
Cellular & Molecular Biology
Research 39, 2 (1993): 119-124).

- Cistus incanus (Rebensburg et al: “Potent
in vitro antiviral activity of Cistus incanus
extract against HIV and Filoviruses targets
viral envelope proteins”.

Scientific Reports 6 (2016): 20394).

- Broccoli sprouts (Furuya et al: “Sulforaphane inhibits HIV infection of macrophages through Nrf2.” PLoS Pathogens, 12.4 (2016): e1005581)

- St John’s Wort (Meruelo, Lavie and Lavie:
“Therapeutic agents with dramatic anti-retroviral activity and little toxicity at effective
doses: aromatic polycyclic diones hypericin
and pseudohypericin.”

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Here is the 50 minute presentation where he CLEARLY stated that:

- he treats lyme EXACTLY like he treats autism.

- in autism, the main problematic infection are retroviruses.

- lyme is always present too, but it is a co-factor

- he said that lyme is NOT a bacterial illness, but it is retroviral illness activated by tick born bacterial infection.

- One of the favorite place for retroviral activity are jawbones

- retroviruses are transmitted by ticks, by fleas, spiders, mosquitoes and are MORE prevalent than bartonella (in case of fleas).

If you have bartonella, you have almost a 100% chance to have a retroviral infection.

- treating retroviruses may stop lyme by itself, or it makes lyme treatment much easier.

- CFS is not caused by herpes, nor EBV, nor cytomegalovirus, nor HHV 6, but it is caused by retroviruses.

- Not only CFS, but also MS, RA, auto immune diseases, cardio vascular diseases, thick blood, autism, ADHD, lyme, thyroid diseases, many cancers, etc are caused by retroviral activity.

- MTFR mutation caused by what? Retrovirus.

- MCAD or a cascade of allergies and sensitivities are caused by retroviral activity.


A MUST WATCH video, in my opinion!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kd3ft5SI01E

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J Mikovits said that all vaccines contain retroviruses.

Maybe that's a good reason why many people get lyme after vaccinations!!!

Interview with J Mikovits concerning retroviral infection through vaccines

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If you like to read the slides of dr K's presentation with all the scientific articles:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/kop1bngwc4f4xr7/chicago%201.pptx?dl=0

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quote:
Originally posted by Brussels:
Here is the 50 minute presentation where he CLEARLY stated that:

- he treats lyme EXACTLY like he treats autism.

- in autism, the main problematic infection are retroviruses.

- lyme is always present too, but it is a co-factor

- he said that lyme is NOT a bacterial illness, but it is retroviral illness activated by tick born bacterial infection.

- One of the favorite place for retroviral activity are jawbones

- retroviruses are transmitted by ticks, by fleas, spiders, mosquitoes and are MORE prevalent than bartonella (in case of fleas).

If you have bartonella, you have almost a 100% chance to have a retroviral infection.

- treating retroviruses may stop lyme by itself, or it makes lyme treatment much easier.

- CFS is not caused by herpes, nor EBV, nor cytomegalovirus, nor HHV 6, but it is caused by retroviruses.

- Not only CFS, but also MS, RA, auto immune diseases, cardio vascular diseases, thick blood, autism, ADHD, lyme, thyroid diseases, many cancers, etc are caused by retroviral activity.

- MTFR mutation caused by what? Retrovirus.

- MCAD or a cascade of allergies and sensitivities are caused by retroviral activity.


A MUST WATCH video, in my opinion!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kd3ft5SI01E

Thank you Brussels for posting this! It was fascinating! This opens up a whole new window for treating people. [Smile]

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Remember to keep an open mind

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you're welcome!

I wonder if anyone here found Suramin as a drug?

Dr K says it's possible to find, but he does not disclose where.

Anyone here knows? Thanks!

Please PM me in case you don't want to keep this public.

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Cat girl, if you would like to know more details, Scott did this interview with Dr K, and it's got even more details.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjWStQ4sGcE

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You hear that ring? That's 2010 calling. It wants its headline back.

Unless there is new research breathing life back into the XMRV thing, I can see no reason for resurrecting this unilaterally.

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I have to concur with Duncan here. It seems that there are waves of "All illnesses related to Lyme/CoInfections/Autism etc... are ACTUALLY caused by X and if you treat X then it goes away". Sometimes X is parasites, or mold, or retroviruses, or herpetic viruses, or genetic/epigenetic factors, or heavy metals, or a particular co-infection etc... it goes on and on.

There are often whole doctors and patient communities that spring up in the wake and exclaim that most or all problems with X is really Y, and specialize in treating Y, and may even show some patient testimonials... but often when other patients come and say well "I treated for Y, spent thousands of dollars on the hope if it, and it wasn't an answer for MY X. It really just was X that needed to be better treated or it was Z instead" , there is some hostility or excuses shifted around

Its also worth noting that not every single pathogen is as hard to detect as Lyme (and we know why Lyme is hard to detect), so if people were walking around with various retroviruses there should be evidence thereof. Especially the case for things like parasites, which are physically larger and more complex, and many other elements.

So we should be testing for these things, not just assuming because some treatment seems to benefit a population that it is for X reason. Lots of medications (including herbal ones) have actions against various pathogens. Cistus Incanus has, by preliminary study, been shown to have a wide range of benefits from being anti-pathogen to biofilm-breaking and more, so if someone takes it and has a reaction it doesn't mean "Oh, it was treating a retrovirus", there are many other potential justifications.

Conspiracy theories and flavor of the month "Eureka!" moments only discredit the community further.

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K's work is interesting but the practical applications are rarely as effective as he claims.
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The interviews are fresh, from 2018.

The reason Mikovits cannot publish more research is that she is not allowed to work anymore (no license).

New research won't happen so fast, same as new research on damage due to vaccines do not happen.

We all know how damaging vaccines are.
Which papers are showing that today?

Not in mainstream.

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As for dr K, if you don't use energy testing and ART, there will never be fast results meaning, you are not following dr K.

He finds out all his treatments through ART direct testing on clients.

And most of you never touched any homeopathic substance for your treatments, right?

Dr K. uses loads of homeopathics and energy treatments (such as acupressure). Daily, several times a day.

Even if he's proposing Suramin homeopathic, how many of you would ever touch such a product one day in your life?

I guess not many.

In my case, homeopathy was the most important part of my treatment. Even more than herbs.

If you don't even know homeopathy, never used any product except possibly a couple of times (without energy testing), well, you are not following dr K.

He's not God, I agree, but he's pretty much in advance compared to 99% of practitioners.

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As for tests, as there are many strains of retroviruses, it gets even harder to test.

Imagine that we, in the lyme community, only try to test for Bb, mainly one large strain, and we already cannot be sure about results.

Once you gotta find families and strains of different pathogens, it is even harder.

That's why many are stuck too, without knowing what is infecting them.

That's why we use ART! It is maybe not exact, but it's much better than nothing.


In any case, ALL these problems you guys mention come from immune deficiency, be it mold, parasites, bacteria or viruses.

What is causing that immune deficiency is the main question.


Another reason to support your immune system instead of attacking one single type of pathogen, such as bacteria.

I'm particularly thankful for researchers like that.

No one has the final answer, but letting the doors open for another type of reasoning could mean the difference between remaining sick or not.


For example, allowing your brain to accept there is a possibility that you are sick not due to bacteria only, but due to viruses that are AS IMMUNO suppressive as bacteria, will make you tune your treatment MUCH different than if you merely think your problem is bacterial.

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