Monday, July 11, 2005

A few highlights of my plight

World Bank: Global HIV-AIDS Program {Fri, Aug 6, 2004 10:43}:  "Let me applaud what you are doing. In those countries in which progress against HIV-AIDS is being made, it is because of efforts of people such as you."

Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator - Chief of Staff, Washington, DC {October 20, 2004}:

"Thank you for letter to the Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator regarding HIV-Negative AIDS. We have taken the liberty of referring your letter to the Division of AIDS at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) at the National Institute of Health.

American Red Cross CEO & COO {July 20, 2004}:  "I am very impressed with the altruistic spirit that you have adopted in this difficult time."

Deputy Executive Director - Geneva Switzerland: {Tue, 10 Aug 2004 16:20:55}: 

"Thank you for your letter and for sharing your frustration vis-a-vis the numerous health problems you are experiencing...we are forwarding your request to the World Health Organization...we hope our colleagues there will be able to provide you with further guidance...wish you every success in your search for assistance."

World Health Organization: HIV/AIDS Communication and Advocacy {Thu, 15 Apr 2004 17:43:38}:  "The World Health Organization is a public health body, and as such, we do not address individuals' health concerns. However, we intend to keep your message on file for our reference. If the Centre for Disease Control (CDC) and other national U.S. bodies contact us regarding these issues, then of course we will seriously consider a serious response on a population basis."

Office of the Vice President: Washington, DC {March 23, 2004}:

"Thank you for contacting Vice President Cheney for assistance in dealing with an agency of the Federal government." "The Vice President has asked me to respond. We are forwarding you matter to the Department of Health and Human Services...We have requested that they respond directly to you with a copy to us for our files, and we expect this to done at the earliest possibly opportunity. Thank you for contacting the Vice President. Best Wishes."

Department of Health & Human Services {October, 2004}:  "Thank you for your letter requesting information on the diagnosis of new diseases, particularly immunodeficiency syndromes..."

Department of Health & Human Services {May 30, 2004}:  "We appreciate your interest and support of public health programs within the CDC."

U.S. State Senator {June 22, 2004}:  "I appreciate being kept abreast of this situation. I have forwarded your concerns to Director of the CDC...Thank you again for writing."

CDC - Director Immunology & Virology (Atlanta, GA): "Take it to the Press. Be a whistleblower. Religions will get formed and movies will get made. You will alter world history."


  • My blood has been to CDC-Atlanta (twice).
  • My blood has been shipped to the Washington-DC U.S.A.F. pathology labs.
  • I participated in a Gulf War study @ Georgetown University, Washington, DC.
  • I participated in a Gulf War study @ MGH in Boston.
  • I administrated a Gulf War group w/ 7K+ veterans for ~6 years.
  • Facilitated by the United Nations, I have been abroad (twice) to meet with Luc Montagnier (Nobel Prize for his HIV discovery) and his Parisian colleagues to provide blood samples.
  • I have spoken with the producers of 60Minutes on a few different occasions.
  • I have been published 35 times on 4 continents --> 


 "after opening my private foundation, I got the White House to open an investigation, Senator... to forward my case to the head of the CDC, & U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator to forward to NIH/NIAID.

Amongst other things, my blood has been to the CDC-Atlanta (twice) and to the Washington-DC pathology labs. I have sat on conference call with the American Red Cross. Facilitated by the United Nations, I have been out of the USA (twice now) to meet with a Nobelist...." 

WASHINGTON, DC via conference call
5 MINUTES (starts @ Minute-0) -->