VIH: El supuesto virus responsable del SIDA ¿Fraude?

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Re: VIH: El supuesto virus responsable del SIDA ¿Fraude?

Notapor Fisio » Mar, 21 Jun 2016, 04:07

La historia de como las farmacéuticas amenazan y extorsionan a los científicos para que no publiquen resultados negativos. ¿Qué científico quiere arriesgarse a que le metan un juicio reclamándole daños por 10 millones? Nadie es tan valiente y honesto como para enfrentarse a esa posibilidad.

The story is certainly a disturbing one: A drug company funds a large-scale clinical trial of its new AIDS therapy; when the results are unfavorable, the company tries to prevent their being published; when the researchers go ahead with publication anyway, the company seeks millions of dollars in damages; eventually, newspaper headlines tell us it gets “zilch,” but the arbitration proceedings are private, so beyond that we know—well, zilch. The same year, a multi-party suit is filed alleging that the company had manipulated its stock price by misleading the public about the effectiveness of the drug; our years later, with this suit still pending, the company website affirms that “results of previous clinical trials demonstrate” that it “has the potential to slow the progression of HIV infection


The sponsors’ contract with Dr. Kahn’s university called for binding arbitration in the event of a dispute. In September 2000, IRC had filed an action with the American Arbitration Association to block publication. Shortly after Dr. Kahn’s paper appeared, the company filed an action accusing him of omitting favorable data and of violating an agreement to keep certain findings confidential, demanding $7–$10 million in damages. The university filed a counterclaim alleging that the company wrongfully withheld data from researchers. In March 2000, while the company was disputing with Dr. Kahn over whether his results should be published, IRC stock had risen forty-three percent on news that doctors testing Remune in Thailand—where the drug-approval process is “very informal”—would seek authorization to market the drug from the Thai Minister of Public Health. On March 10, 2000, Agouron sold 166,000 shares in IRC for proceeds of $2.5 million.

In April 2001, the subset analysis that IRC had wanted included in Dr. Kahn’s article was published, under the authorship of Dr. Turner (but referring readers to Dr. Moss, at IRC’s address, or correspondence), in the European journal HIV Medicine. This article concluded that “a beneficial effect of [Remune] was observed on viral load, CD4+ T cells, and HIV-specific immunity”; IRC stock rose 115%.



http://scholarship.law.duke.edu/cgi/vie ... ontext=lcp

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1118946/
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Re: VIH: El supuesto virus responsable del SIDA ¿Fraude?

Notapor Carne » Jue, 20 Oct 2016, 01:57

Por cierto, me volví a topar el otro día de causalidad con el documental de House of numbers en otro foro.

En el aparecían varias personas negacionistas que eran seropositivos, me di por buscar información de las dos mujeres que salen en el vídeo, resulta que ambas están muertas ya. Una de ellas tuvo una hija que murió a los 3 años por una pulmonía, la alimento con leche materna, por otra parte está el hecho de que su marido con quien decía mantener relaciones sin protección siempre dio negativo en el test al igual q su otro hijo de 20 pico años
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