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Revolutionary New Views on AIDS Highlight the Rethinking AIDS 2009 Congress; Emotional Issues can be a Significant Contributing Factor
Date:11/8/2009

New book called "Preventing and Healing AIDS Through Our Inner Pharmacy" by Dr. Roberto Giraldo shows that AIDS is a result of multiple, repeated and chronic exposure to a variety of so-called immune system stressor agents, which can be either chemical, physical, nutritional and most of all, emotional.

Oakland, CA (PRWEB) November 8, 2009 -- From Nov. 6 – 8, 2009, cell biologists, physicians, chemists and other scientists from around the world are meeting at the Rethinking AIDS 2009 Congress in Oakland, California. The Rethinking AIDS group was formed in 1993, but this marks the first time that they are holding a larger international event open to the public. The purpose of the Congress is to consider whether the alleged HIV retrovirus is the real cause of seropositivity and AIDS. This view is controversial in the medical world but has been much discussed by several leading researchers, among them Peter Duesberg from the University of California, Berkeley, who has been questioning the HIV retrovirus thesis since 1987.

One of the main speakers at the event will be Dr. Roberto Giraldo, MD, a specialist in internal medicine and infectious and immunological diseases. Giraldo has worked with so-called HIV tests for 13 years at the Cornell Medical Center of New York Hospital, and is currently the Director of the Department of Psychosomatic Medicine at the International Society of Analytical Trilogy in São Paulo, Brazil where he is studying the work of Brazilian psychoanalyst Norberto Keppe, who is a pioneer in the field of psychosomatic medicine.

Giraldo will be presenting a lecture of his research on Saturday, November 7th at 11:50 a.m. at the Waterfront Plaza Hotel in Oakland California, where he will also release his new book, Preventing and Healing AIDS Through Our Inner Pharmacy. Dr. Giraldo has discovered that AIDS is a result of multiple, repeated and chronic exposure to a variety of so-called immune system stressor agents, which can either chemical, physical, nutritional and most of all, emotional. He has been seeing seropositive and AIDS-patients since the first cases appeared at the beginning of the 1980s and has been able to identify specific emotional traits that can contribute significantly to the development of AIDS. For example, a person with self-destructive attitudes who is very defensive and believes that he or she is not accepted by other people and society creates enormous emotional and physical stress that can cause the immune system to collapse if these attitudes are not addressed.

However, differently from what has often been wrongly understood about the so-called AIDS-dissident movement, Giraldo firmly believes that AIDS is a disease and that it must be treated. Where Giraldo differs is in determining the type of treatment that should be undertaken. Dr Giraldo and his co-researchers in Rethinking AIDS believe that the current emphasis on treatment with external medications like the AIDS cocktails as well as external therapies actually contribute to the disease of AIDS rather than curing it.

“We must help the patient to restore his immunological system through nutritional and therapeutic means,” says Giraldo. “Then the patient has all the possibilities to live a long and even healthy life.”

The Congress will discuss many alternative treatments for people suffering from immunodeficiency, and Giraldo’s presentation will be a highlight in outlining his latest scientific research that a previous specific personality is absolute necessary for sero-positivity and AIDS to occur and without that specific psychopathology, neither sero-positivity nor AIDS is possible.

The Rethinking AIDS Congress is being held from November 6 – 8, 2009 at the Waterfront Plaza Hotel in Oakland, California.

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