Does anyone know of how to determine age of virus

John Gentile yjgent at
Tue Dec 26 01:44:29 EST 2000

Now you convince me that you are a conspiracy advocate that is anti
scientists. NO there is no way to date an infection UNLESS there is a
verifiable negative result of a certain date followed by a verifiable
positive result at a later date for the same organism. The lab tests will
look for antibody response, and only for certain organisms the antigen
itself. The results can only say that between date A and date B a
seroconversion took place.

How do you mead that labs score pre-employment applications? Do you know
anything about microbiology, virology and immunology or are you just
spouting half truths and innuendoes from those web sites? You are talking
law suits here and that is quite serious. Just make sure you don't get
science fiction and myth mixed up with real science.

John Gentile                            Rhode Island Apple Group
yjgent at                         Past President, Publicity Chairman
 "I never make mistakes, I only have unexpected learning opportunities"

> From: "Mike Swink" <mswink at>
> Organization: MindSpring Enterprises
> Reply-To: "Mike Swink" <mswink at>
> Newsgroups: bionet.microbiology
> Date: Mon, 25 Dec 2000 15:45:26 -0500
> Subject: Re: Does anyone know of how to determine age of virus
> All really I want to know if it is true that there is an effort to date when
> a virus comes into a person's body.
> There is great legal implications. Plus many key issues dealing with the
> ablity to have disablity if this could be proven.
> While there are those who are on disablity that should not be,There is
> however some of us that are denied help due to the inablity of us showing a
> test that does not exist or recongnized that shows a real disablity.
> Many with CFS and other so called stealth viruses find it almost impossible
> to get any help.
> Also according to CCID and a few informed
> discussion groups that are trying to support those who are dying and at the
> same time being given a run around by doctors who say it is all in thier
> head. The issue of determing the time and date of entry could really help.
> 90&% of the American people who go for preemployment are unaware that the
> testing lab issues a A or B rating to employer and 99% of those who are
> turned down for jobs due to B rateing are unaware that it was due to virus
> or other problems.
> The legal written document showing how it is possible for such companies
> knowing there is something wrong with a person but does not tell them is
> well documented by the leading testing group at AUI
> This page has to be read more
> than once to SEE what it so craftley done.
> The findings of AUL is almost opposite of those by CDC.Also it can be
> infered that they do collect and study a wide range of illness in the USA
> and profit from the collection of this dna data ever single day a person
> goes to get a preemployment test.
> Some groups which I will not name plead for money to test people while at
> the same time AUL and others have more data than anyone can imagine
> concerning the spreading of viruses accross america.
> It was not till I became very ill that I was after weeks of test shown to
> have life threating illness. And later investigations showed that companies
> had denied me VALUABLE TIME because they were afraid to tell me I had an
> illness. Any health problem is better treated ASAP.
> "Mike Swink" <mswink at> wrote in message
> news:926gl3$5s4$1 at
>> Recently I had salivia test sent to Gen lab and notice [over the shoulder]
>> on the returned report that there was mention of a date I could have
>> contracted a stealth virus.
>> Does anyone know anymore about this.
>> tks
>> swink

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