HIV & AIDS – VirusMyth

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0;If there is evidence that HIV causes AIDS, there should be scientific documents which either singly or collectively demonstrate that fact, at least with a high probability. There is no such document.”

Dr. Kary Mullis, Biochemist, 1993 Nobel Prize for Chemistry.

“Up to today there is actually no single scientifically really convincing evidence for the existence of HIV. Not even once such a retrovirus has been isolated and purified by the methods of classical virology.”

Dr. Heinz Ludwig Sanger, Emeritus Professor of Molecular Biology and Virology, Max-Planck-Institutes for Biochemistry, Munchen.

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  1. smj

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    The company was founded by Linda Avey, Paul Cusenza and Anne Wojcicki in 2006 to provide genetic testing and interpretation to individual consumers.[13][14] In 2007, Google invested US$3,900,000 in the company, along with Genentech, New Enterprise Associates, and Mohr Davidow Ventures.[15] Wojcicki was married to Google co-founder Sergey Brin at the time.[7]
    Cusenza left the company in 2007 and was appointed CEO of Nodal Exchange in 2008.[16] Avey left the company in 2009 and co-founded Curious, Inc. in 2011.[17]
    In 2012, 23andMe raised $50 million in a Series D venture round, almost doubling its existing capital of $52.6 million.[18][19][20] In 2015, 23andMe raised $115 million in a Series E offering, increasing its total capital to $241 million.[5][21][22]
    In June 2017, 23andMe created a brand marketing advertisement featuring Gru from the movie Despicable Me.[23] In 2018, the company further marketed its brand in advertisements narrated by Warren Buffett.[24]
    In September 2017, the company was rumored to be raising another $200 million in venture funding with a valuation of $1.5 billion, as of that the time (prior to the raise) the company had raised $230 million since it was founded.[25] Afterwards, it was reported that the company raised $250 million, at a valuation $1.75 billion.[26]
    On July 25, 2018, 23andMe announced it is partnering with GlaxoSmithKline and will allow the pharmaceutical company to use the test results from 5 million customers to design new drugs. GlaxoSmithKline has also invested $300 million in the company.
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      Manningham-Buller’s father, Lord Dilhorne, (1905–1980) was a Conservative MP from 1943 to 1962. He was Britain’s second highest legal officer, the Solicitor General, he later held the office of Lord Chancellor for two years, thereafter; he was created an hereditary peer with a viscountcy. Her mother, Mary, Viscountess Dilhorne, trained carrier pigeons that were used to fly coded messages in World War II.[16] The pigeons were dropped in wicker baskets with little parachutes over France and Germany and they were used to fly back to her mother’s pigeon loft carrying intelligence.[3] One of the pigeons won the Dickin Medal, and one brought back intelligence of the V-2 rocket project in Peenemünde, Germany.[3] Mary, Viscountess Dilhorne, died in Oxfordshire on 25 March 2004, aged 93
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