Man “Cured” of HIV, or “Cleared” of “HIV,” a Remarkable Yet Common Story


It will take a long time before it can be understood in today’s world how or why a person can “have” “HIV” (both belong in quotation marks) and then at a later date in life not “have” it anymore. This is the next frontier of terrible awakening we all have to do, to understand what we meant when we said “HIV,” and to understand that the entire “reality” was played out inside what I call the “hockey net,” i.e, the “HIV test” itself.

Many people test positive, only to test indeterminate or negative at a later date when they re-test, when their immune system is in a different state. This ought to tell us something. But that “something” is not something we are willing to face.

Here is one man’s story.

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