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(T)he truth about homosexuality and AIDS

HNewsWire-Is the truth about homosexuality and AIDS being suppressed from the American public? here's the truth and it's very disturbing, around 2012 there was a concerted effort by the media, CDC, Hollywood, the homosexual community, social media and the major search engines to suppress the truth about a virus known as AIDS. I've been doing investigative reporting for 20 years, sometimes the truth is is extremely difficult to find, but if a journalist is persistent he or she will come up with the truth and the facts eventually.

I have spent countless hours trying to dig through many layers of intentional roadblocks looking for facts about the AIDS virus, most of the information was cut off in 2015, it's almost impossible to find statistics that are reliable, the CDC position is prevention not accurate numbers which could be used in an effort to protect the American people, particularly caring families with children in the prevention of contacting the deadly disease known as AIDS. There was a renowned doctor in Great Britain 18 years ago(I wrote an article about this Dr.) that came out with a study that said AIDS is a virus, meaning it is airborne and can be transmitted through casual contact with an infected AIDS carrier, consequently his license were revoked placed on a blacklist newspaper, magazine, or media outlet would NOT report the doctor findings. I've searched for the article and it is nowhere to be found. The truth is the American public and the world is being lied to about a horrible biblical disease called AIDS...

Saying that homosexual behavior harms no one is not true. The very lifestyle of homosexuality is highly promiscuous and brimming with disease although pro-homosexuals will try to separate the behavior from related illnesses in their attempt to demonstrate that homosexual behavior doesn't harm anyone. But the evidence doesn't support that notion.

As of Dec 2 2015 AIDS has killed 34 million people worldwide so far AIDS has been labelled as the Black Plague of the 20th Century.Is the truth about homosexuality and AIDS being suppressed from the American public,"YES"

Not surprisingly, Scripture is in perfect harmony with this observed reality. When the Apostle Paul wrote about homosexuality in Romans chapter one, he associated it with sexually transmitted disease. Romans 1:18, 21, 24 and 26–28 says:

For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who by their unrighteousness suppress the truth. … For although they knew God, they did not honor him as God or give thanks to him, but they became futile in their thinking, and their foolish hearts were darkened. … Therefore God gave them up in the lusts of their hearts to impurity, to the dishonoring of their bodies among themselves, … For this reason God gave them up to dishonorable passions. For their women exchanged natural relations for those that are contrary to nature; and the men likewise gave up natural relations with women and were consumed with passion for one another, men committing shameless acts with men and receiving in themselves the due penalty for their error. And since they did not see fit to acknowledge God, God gave them up to a debased mind to do what ought not to be done.

The HIV and AIDS epidemic—which in its sexual transmission is unique to same-sex relationships—can be considered a penalty within their own bodies for their error. According to the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, this dangerous and unhealthy lifestyle is the consequence of suppressing God’s truth and refusing to honor God and to be thankful to Him for those truths.

In light of the Genesis creation account, it is reasonable to conclude that one of these suppressed truths is God’s design of marriage as consisting of a male and female united together in marriage to become one flesh. So long as this truth is accepted, homosexuality is never an option. It is only when this truth is suppressed that homosexual relationships are made possible, and with it, the dangerous consequences.

Whether or not society wishes to admit it, the data reveals that the debate regarding the acceptability of homosexuality encompasses far more than the question of whether homosexuals and heterosexuals are being treated fairly. This debate is truly a clash of two lifestyles. More importantly for us Christians, it is a clash of two spiritual worldviews.

As horrifying as the physical consequences of this lifestyle may be, it pales in comparison to the spiritual consequences of suppressing God’s truth. In Romans 2:2, the Holy Spirit uses the Apostle Paul to remind his readers, “We know that the judgment of God rightly falls on those who practice such things.” And in Revelation 20:8, we are told that those who are defined by their sexual immorality will suffer judgment in Hell, “But as for the cowardly, the faithless, the detestable, as for murderers, the sexually immoral, sorcerers, idolaters, and all liars, their portion will be in the lake that burns with fire and sulfur, which is the second death.”

This is a sober thought, but for those of us who may be nodding our heads in agreement with the justice of God, let us not be too quick to point the finger. Just as Romans 2:2 warns the unrighteous of God’s judgment, so also the very next verse is a warning to the self-righteous. Romans 2:3 says, “Do you suppose, O man—you who judge those who practice such things and yet do them yourself—that you will escape the judgment of God?” There are many ways to suppress the truth of God. Just because we do not suppress God’s purpose and design for sex and marriage does not mean that we are not suppressing God’s truth and commandments. Consider for example Jesus’ teaching in Matthew 22:37–39, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the great and first commandment. And a second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself. On these two commandments depend all the Law and the Prophets.” Are we obeying Christ’s command? Are we loving our neighbors? Are we loving our homosexual family members, friends, neighbors, and co-workers? Are we telling them the truth that could spare them a lifetime of disease and an eternity in Hell? Every one of us should fear the consequences of suppressing God’s truth—whether it takes the form of homosexual immorality, or of fear to adequately love those ensnared by homosexual immorality. And who are we to say that one form of suppressing God’s truth is less evil than another?

Notice the date on these articles, apparently the epidemic AIDS was brought under control around 2013- 2014 or 2015 because finding facts about the AIDS virus is almost impossible.

Dentist May Have Exposed 7,000 Patients to HIV, Hepatitis
Friday, March 29, 2013

Dentist may have exposed patients to HIV

A Tulsa, Oklahoma dentist is under investigation for serious health violations that may have exposed as many as 7,000 patients to HIV and hepatitis.

Yahoo News reports that Dr. Wayne Harrington is under investigation by the state dental board, the state bureau of narcotics and the federal Drug Enforcement Agency after one of his patients recently tested positive for hepatitis C and HIV with no known risk factors other than having dental work performed by Harrington.

A surprise inspection conducted by the Oklahoma Board of Dentistry found numerous health code violations including expired narcotics stored in unlocked cabinets; re-using needles; allowing unlicensed assistants to administer medications; and cleaning open wounds with bleach until the wounds “turned white.”

Harrington was also cited for not keeping a log of stock narcotics. One narcotic vial expired in 1993.

“During the inspections, Dr. Harrington referred to his staff regarding all sterilization and drug procedures in his office,” the complaint read. “He advised, ‘They take care of that. I don’t.'”

The dentist’s instruments were dipped in bleach but some of the instruments showed signs of rust.

Dr. Harrington was a Medicaid provider, meaning he saw an unusually high number of low-income HIV and Hepatitis patients.

The Tulsa Health Department sent letters to 7,000 of Harrington’s past and present patients warning them that improper cleaning of dental instruments may have exposed them to HIV and hepatitis, and urging them to get tested free-of-charge.

A clinic operator told ABC News the dentist was referring patients to another clinic.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta says dental transmission of HIV and hepatitis is “extremely rare,” mainly because the virus doesn’t live very long outside of the body.

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Dr. David Acer decorated his Jensen Beach office with children's drawings, stick-figured kids playing under splashy suns. "To Daddy. Love, Mike," one crayon inscription read.
"Your son did such a neat drawing," patient Barbara Webb said.
"Thanks," the dentist said.
But Acer didn't have any children. Acer had secrets.
And the lives of five people have become chapters in history because they all had the same dentist, the AIDS dentist, David Acer.
There's a 23-year-old University of Florida graduate dying of AIDS in Fort Pierce. A 65-year-old former schoolteacher in Palm City who lobbies for mandatory AIDS testing. A 31-year-old Indiantown man who worries he'll get sick from a mosquito bite. A 34-year-old Stuart man who wants to live long enough to hold his 4-month-old son. And a woman in Michigan, also 34, who wishes she had never come to Florida.
This story is about them. And it's about David Acer.

Risk of Transmission of Viruses in the Dental Office

• Gillian M. McCarthy, BDS, M.Sc. •

© J Can Dent Assoc 2000; 66:554-5, 557

In addition to the bloodborne pathogens (BBPs) — human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and hepatitis B and C viruses (HBV and HCV) — other viruses of concern in the dental office include rubella, mumps and measles viruses; the herpes viruses (herpes simplex virus [HSV] types 1 and 2, varicella-zoster, Epstein-Barr virus [EBV], cytomega lovirus and human herpes virus 6); human papilloma viruses; adenovirus; coxsackie viruses; and the upper respiratory tract pathogens (influenza A and B viruses, human parvovirus B19 and respiratory syncytial virus). Most of these are far more prevalent than the BBPs and many are of particular concern to nonimmune pregnant women1 and immunocompromised patients.2 Immunization of nonimmune health care workers is recommended to reduce the risk of infection with measles, mumps, rubella, polio, influenza, varicella-zoster and HBV.3 The recently introduced varicella-zoster vaccine is strongly recommended for those health care workers who treat children and medically compromised patients.4

Evidence for Transmission in the Dental Office

The evidence for viral transmission is based on the results of seroprevalence studies, epidemiologic investigations and case reports.

Respiratory Viral Infections

Seroprevalence studies5 have shown a higher prevalence of antibodies to influenza A and B viruses, respiratory syncytial virus and adenovirus among dentists compared with controls. Annual immunization of dental workers against influenza is recommended to reduce the potential for transmission to patients, co-workers and family members.

Herpes Viruses

The herpes viruses cause persistent infection in most of the population and are shed in saliva. There is evidence of higher levels of antibodies to EBV in dentists and clinical dental students compared with preclinical dental students.6 There is also evidence of transmission of HSV to health care workers from patients2,7,8 and from dental workers to patients.9 This includes an outbreak of HSV-1 gingivostomatitis in 20 of 46 patients treated by a hygienist with a herpetic whitlow who did not use gloves. The potential for transmission of herpes virus via dental handpieces has also been demonstrated.10 Reports of occupationally acquired HSV have become less frequent with the use of personal protective barriers.

Hepatitis Viruses

The hepatitis viruses of most concern to dentists are the bloodborne HBV, HCV and hepatitis D virus (HDV). HDV can occur only as a co-infection with HBV, and HBV immunization confers immunity to both HBV and HDV.11 There is evidence that hepatitis G virus (HGV) can be transmitted by percutaneous exposure to blood; however, the clinical significance of HGV is unclear.11 HBV and HCV are present in saliva as well as blood and are of major concern in the dental office.

HBV presents the greatest hazard to the nonimmune dental worker. It has been estimated that 6,800 nonvaccinated health care workers in the United States become infected with HBV every year, of these, approximately 100 will die from cirrhosis, liver cancer or fulminant hepatitis.12 Before 1987, there were published reports of transmission from 14 surgeons and 9 dentists including an oral surgeon who transmitted HBV to 55 patients.13-16 Probably as a result of increasing compliance with HBV immunization and the use of gloves, there have been no reports of transmission of HBV by individual dentists since 1987, although there has been no decline in reports of HBV transmission by surgeons.13 Recent dental treatment was a significant risk factor for HBV infections among patients in Muldova due to poor infection control.17 This confirmed the results of earlier investigations of risk factors for HBV infection in 5,800 health care workers in Italy18 and patients in Britain.19

Although the infectivity of HCV is lower than HBV, immunization against this virus is not available and concerns related to its transmission are increasing. Seroprevalence studies indicate that oral surgeons are at increased risk of HCV infection, especially in areas of high prevalence.20,21 There is also evidence that dental treatment is strongly associated with the presence of antibodies to HCV in patients with acute non-A, non-B hepatitis who do not have a history of blood transfusions or intravenous drug abuse.22

HIV

According to the Public Health Laboratory Service,23 as of June 1999, there were 319 reports of occupationally acquired HIV among health care workers worldwide. Of these, 102 cases were confirmed (negative baseline HIV test after exposure, with subsequent seroconversion; or subtyping or genotyping to detect an identical strain of HIV in source and exposed people). Of the 217 possible or probable cases, 9 were dental workers. There have been reports of transmission of HIV from 2 infected health care workers to patients: a dentist in Florida may have transmitted HIV to 6 patients,24-26 and more recently, the transmission of HIV from an orthopedic surgeon to a patient was confirmed.27 Iatrogenic transmission of HIV to 934 patients has been reported to occur primarily as a result of poor infection control;23 however, there is a notable omission of the very large number of recipients of blood and blood products who were infected with HIV. Investigation of an outbreak of 14 cases of HIV in a dialysis unit in Columbia indicated that only invasive dental procedures were significantly associated with HIV transmission. It was concluded that transmission occurred from patient to patient via contaminated dental instruments.28

Dentists’ Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens

Percutaneous injuries and blood splashes to the eyes, nose or mouth occur frequently during dental treatment. On average, dentists in Canada report 3 percutaneous injuries and 1.5 mucous-membrane exposures per year.29 The highest frequencies of percutaneous injuries were reported by orthodontists (4.9 per year) and the highest frequencies of blood splashes to the eyes, nose or mouth were reported by oral surgeons (1.8 per year). In a one-year period, 0.5% of dentists in Canada reported exposure to HIV and an additional 14% were uncertain if the source patient was HIV seropositive; similarly, 0.8% reported exposure to HBV (15% uncertain) and 1.9% reported exposure to the blood of a high-risk patient (17% uncertain). These frequencies of known exposure to HIV and HBV are likely to be underestimates as a result of uncertainty related to the serostatus of the patient and nonreporting bias. The risks of transmission of HBV, HCV and HIV as a result of injury with a contaminated needle are approximately 30% (HBV when the source is e-antigen positive), 3% (HCV) and 0.3% (HIV).

Conclusion

Many cases of transmission of infection are not documented. Many are not recognized because of subclincal infections (half of acute HBV infections are subclinical), the difficulty of linking isolated sporadic cases with a health care worker and the variation in completeness of surveillance among jurisdictions. Non-reporting may also occur because of concerns related to confidentiality, legal constraints and inadequate resources, including the time and expense of epidemiological investigations. In addition, the more prevalent the viruses are in the general population, the more difficult it becomes to identify sources of transmission for specific cases.

It is clear that there is a very real risk of viral transmission in the dental office. There is evidence of transmission of HBV, HIV and HCV in the dental office, and those who are not immune to HBV are particularly vulnerable. There is also evidence of transmission of upper respiratory viruses and herpes viruses in the dental office. In addition, there are clear indications that the frequency of exposures to blood among dentists needs to be reduced in order to minimize the risk of occupationally acquired BBP infections.

Dr. McCarthy is professor, School of Dentistry and the department of epidemiology and biostatistics, faculty of medicine and dentistry, The University of Western Ontario.

Correspondence to: Dr. Gillian McCarthy, School of Dentistry, Dental Sciences Building, The University of Western Ontario, London, ON N6A 5C1. E-mail: gmccarth@julian.uwo.ca

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