By Frides Lameris, Netherlands – In the previous article we have started to report about the suppressed aids medicines, as described in his 2003 book Aids, the greatest crime in medical history, by Dutch animal micro-surgeon Johan van Dongen
Now we’ll look at a second and third medicine he is describing in his book. This second medicinal substance effective against hiv/aids is called Kemron, also known under its synonym interferon-alpha IFN-a. It has been administered to a great number of Kenyan aids patients and has been put together from substances which can be bought on the Japanese market. A well known researcher in this field has been Dr. Davy Koch. He and his assistants have reported that after the administration of Kemron the number of CD4+ cells in a number of patients increased in such a way that a conversion happened from HIV- antibody positive to a HIV-antibody negative. Koch published about this in the Journal of Molecular Biotherapy in 1990. During a period of six weeks one of the important facts found was that eight of the 40 patients after oral treatment with IFN-a had no more HIV anti-bodies in their blood. Another study also revealed a healing effect of IFN-a in a group of 1300 patients. Five percent of the participants in this study were reported to have no more HIV antibodies in their blood. The NIAID, the American National Institute of Allergy and Infectious diseases, which considers itself to be leading in the field of aids research, unfortunately did its utmost best – according to van Dongen – to prevent that Kemron would receive a positive status. NIAID suggested that the clinical researches had been incorrectly executed and could not be reproduced. (In a future contribution we’ll discuss the situation that the world wide promotion of antiretroviral therapy, backed up by a very powerful pharmaceutical industry in collusion with the American government, has greatly overshadowed all research into other means and ways to deal with the treatment of HIV-AIDS.
The Flemish scientist Eric DeClerq revealed the existence of a strong means against animal retroviruses years before the aids virus was discovered. DeClerq has developed a lot of medicaments that could potentially stimulate the defense of the body against viruses. One substance which was reinvented by him is called suramin or germanin, which originally was a medicine against the African sleeping disease trypanosomiasis. It was first discovered by Oskar Dressel and Richard Kote from the German pharmaceutical company Bayer in 1916. It was shown that suramin reduced the cortisol level or stress hormone in the blood, something that is contributing a lot to the healing of HIV-patients, according to van Dongen.
It turned out in De Clerq’s researches that suramin had an extraordinary strong effect on the production-activation of the human hormone interferon, that naturally should be protecting us against disease. Already in 1974 – just following the discovery of the so called reversed transcriptase process, he experimented with suramin in relation to the enzyme of the aids virus. To his own surprise it showed a strong effect. Although DeClerq is visited in 1978 by Robert Gallo, who stimulates him to publish his work, he then leaves the suramin research for a period of five years. In 1983 DeClerq however, receives a phone call from the American scientist Sam Broder, who communicates to him that suramin has a strong effect against the aids virus in vitro . Van Dongen then remarks that suramin has been the very best means against the aids causing virus that we have ever witnessed. It only still had to be tested out in hospitals and undergo a number of industrial tests. But yet, for unknown reasons, suramin did not appear on the market as an anti-aids
medicine and it was forgotten afterwards. The fact stands, he states, that although this medicament was 20 times more effective against cells that were or were not infected with HIV and that it had been used for seventy years successfully against infectious diseases that could be compared with aids, suramin was suddenly put on the list of forbidden substances by American government authorities. In 1989, also in Germany suramin (germanin) was suddenly declared to be a very dangerous medicine(!). Finally Van Dongen produces a list with 9 substances that have a working more or less the same as suramin. These substances also promote the reduction of the cortisol level in the blood, something that prevents the reduction of the production of interferon (This list can be found on p. 238 of his book).
To be continued