I became suspicious after reading an article in an Australian newspaper years ago about the controversy surrounding the deliberate infection of the mice population with mouse cytomegalovirus in order to cause them to have fewer babies. I remembered reading that the monkey version of the cytomegalovirus was one of the many that were found in the original polio vaccine. Then I came into contact with a board certafied MD who was pioneering a new treatment for food allergies and autoimmune diseases that included virus supressing drugs. For some reason, he always found what he called DNA viruses (cytomegalovirus was on this list) actively present in his worst cases. Considering the rise in immune system problems and food allergies in this country, hell yes, I'm suspicious.
Originally Posted by wirenut
Last edited by dinosaur; 01-19-2013 at 12:17 PM.