"AIDS Treatment News" online * New Issue #302 (searchable/indexed)

johnburgin at worldnet.att.net johnburgin at worldnet.att.net
Mon Oct 12 17:55:53 EST 1998


On Mon, 12 Oct 1998 17:41:16 GMT, gmc0 at ix.netcom.com (George M.
Carter) wrote:

>johnburgin at worldnet.att.net wrote:
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>>>No.  It was just dead cold wrong.  
>>Well, have I moved off of the idiotic list, Mr Carter?  I've been
>>upgraded to simply dead wrong?  I gave you "A" study, I can give you
>>lots more with higher doses.  Want to keep looking foolish?
>
>No, you're still an idiot, not to worry. And wrong, too.

Gosh, can you just imagine what a hypocrit you must seem like to
people that have now seen you agree that I was correct "TWICE".  
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>As to other studies using higher doses, yes, there are.
Touche'
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>But let's get to the point.'
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>>no I didn't.  I said higher doses were used than today.  Don't mislead
>>our audience.  Remember, they can read too.
>> that people were taking 1200 mg or some high dose until the
>>protease inhibitors came along, then the dose dropped.  
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>This was what you claimed originally.  That the reason people didn't
>die faster on the protease inhibitors was because they took less AZT.
>Au contraire, people were taking "less" AZT for several  years before
>the protease inhibitors came along.  
Again, it really doesn't matter whether they were taking grapefruit
juice with the AZT, 1 gm. is too much.
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>>I'm not trying to support anything except reevaluation of bad drug
>>usage for a disease caused by behavior.  jb
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>And time for an announcement of pure bigotry from our psycho dentist.
>The above statement is a meaningless generality.  Which keeps you
>firmly locked in the "idiot" category.
Shame, shame, shame Mr Carter.  you, handwaver you!  jb
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>		George M. Carter
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