Patented AIDS Cure at U.S. Patent Office.

Patented AIDS Cure at U.S. Patent Office.

Postby musashi » Thu Jan 02, 2014 10:47 pm

Just google 5676977 and it will take you there.
See for yourself. There is even a youtube video on it.

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Re: Patented AIDS Cure at U.S. Patent Office.

Postby huntingross » Fri Jan 03, 2014 1:36 am

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Re: Patented AIDS Cure at U.S. Patent Office.

Postby musashi » Sat Jan 04, 2014 7:44 pm

It may not have occurred to some of you that this is a clear breach of trust.

Someone invented this cure, tested it and, on the basis of providing proof of efficacy, it was granted a patent. A legal U.S. Federal Government document. If it does not work then there can be no patent issued. Patent issue is proof of it working. That someone wanted to cure people, make a profit from the use of the cure, and someone prevented him from that.
The F.D.A. no doubt. Whoever did that, and it must have been an official, is in breach of trust.
You need not be an American citizen to sue on that breach, I believe. Such a medical advance would have swept the world, and many who have died, or continue to suffer from AIDS, would have benefitted from it. Possibly, you need not even be an AIDS sufferer, or even know anyone with AIDS. Any thoughts?

Johnson & Johnson were fined $130 million for such a breach of trust when they withheld a neuroelectric pain relief device when they had bought out the company producing it. The original owners sued and won. An appeal by J. & J. failed when the judge said that, in thirty years on the bench, he had never seen such a blatant breach of trust. He said that it was not in the ineterest of J. & J. to have a low cost device which alleviated pain when they were in the business of selling pain relief pills.

A copy of that patent might be usefully served on the British Medical Association - amongst others. It could put them into a bad position where they just have to perform whether they want to or not.

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