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Published on May 30, 2012
Questioning the Existence of HIV.
In 1983, at the Institut Pasteur, Montagnier did mix his cell cultures with T-cells coming from umbilical cord blood, therefore PLACENTAL cells, most probably full of HERVs. That easily explains why they actually saw a lot of real retroviruses in their samples, but those viruses — the one they could readily examine — had strictly nothing to do with the AIDS patient they were examining using those very cell cultures. (Additionally, Montagnier reports, in another paper, that their experiments wouldn't have worked if the T-cells they were mixing with their culture were not of placental origin.)