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Immunotech Founder & Chief Scientific Officer Harry Zhabilov Comments on Recent HIV Baby Cure Medicine

  MONROVIA, CA–(Marketwire) – Immunotech Laboratories, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: IMMB) Immunotech Company Founder & Chief Scientific Officer Harry Zhabilov comments on the recent AIDS-HIV Baby Cure Treatments.   Regarding the recently published articles and Media announcements of the HIV case with the newborn baby. This experiment one more time confirms the mechanism of action of chemotherapy of HIV. This means chemotherapy works only when the HIV virus is in the blood stream. When the virus reaches all of the viral reservoirs in the system, it is more difficult for chemotherapy to extract the virus from the viral reservoirs of the blood stream. The treatment appears to have been successful because the virus was already in baby’s blood steam the treatment used does not allow the virus to reach the reservoir like monocyte-macrophages, Langerhans cells, follicular-dendritic cells, retinal cells. By using immunotherapy treatments we are increasing the level of natural killer cells and CD 8 which are responsible for attacking the virus in any corner of the system. This is the reason that chemotherapy has a fast effect under the level of PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) whereas; immunotherapy works slowly but does not have resistance. In a recent article presenting the findings said Dr Deborah Persaud, a virologist at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore said, “This is a proof of concept that HIV can be potentially curable in infants.” Reuters Mar 4,...

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Government of Canada Announces Enhanced Adoption Tax Credit

Adoption by Choice, Erie PA (Photo credit: hbimedialibrary) OTTAWA–(Marketwire – Mar 21, 2013) – The Canadian government has taken an important step in supporting adoptive families by expanding the federal adoption tax credit in the 2013 budget, says the Adoption Council of Canada.  Until now, the tax credit has primarily been claimed by families adopting internationally, who face steep up-front costs as they build their families. These changes will now make it easier for families adopting from the foster care system within Canada to claim the credit as well. Costs associated with the mandatory homestudy and pre-service adoption preparation training would now be covered under the proposed enhancement. “The Adoption Council of Canada is extremely pleased that Finance Minister Jim Flaherty responded to our suggestions and to the letters, emails and petitions by adoptive families about their need for more support,” says Laura Eggertson, president of the Adoption Council of Canada. “Given that this is a time of fiscal restraint, the Adoption Council of Canada is pleased to see that the government has chosen to prioritize support for Canadian adoptive families.” The budgetary report also points to how “strong and stable families are critical to Canada’s long-term prosperity. Families provide children with permanency, connections, and support — and yet an estimated 30,000 children are currently in the care of child welfare agencies across Canada, waiting to be adopted.” Sarah Pedersen, executive director...

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Adopted Son of Hair Millionaire Sassoon Gets Left Out of the Will

Vidal Sassoon (left) on June 6 in Barcelona together with Figaro Claus Niedermaier at the Global Salon Business Awards ceremony. Photo posted here with permission of Claus Niedermaier (see German entry on Sassoon). (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Hairstylist extraordinaire Vidal Sassoon died of leukemia last May; the details of his will have only recently been revealed. The Daily Mail reported Saturday that Sassoon left none of his $150 million estate to his 41-year-old son, David, with whom he had an uneasy relationship. Read more:  Vidal Sassoon disinherits adopted son from $150 million fortune Vidal Sassoon (Photo credit: Janire_MCa) Related articles Guest Post: Helping Your Children with Homework Without Doing it for Them Beyond Statistics: Portrait of a Former Teen Mom Bliss Mission: Write Your Own Story Teens and Facebook: Why Parents Need to Wake Up Fast Identifying Toxic Family Relationships Hair Whisperers Brings Safe Head Lice Removal Services to San Luis Obispo and San Bernadino...

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Adoptive Parents Forced to Return Daughter Despite the Fact Birth Mother Doesn’t Want Her

Topographic map of South Korea. Created with GMT from SRTM data. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) A Chicago couple duped into believing their adoption of a Korean baby was legal are being forced to return the nine-month-old to her country of birth tomorrow despite the fact no-one wants her there.  Jinshil, 49, a South Korea native who was raised in the U.S., and her husband Christopher Duquet, 55, had desperately wanted a second baby. They went to South Korea to find their little girl named Sehwa Kim after adopting their first child in the country. Sehwa’s birth mother, who lives in a homeless shelter for unwed mothers, relinquished all rights to her child in the adoption in June and says she still doesn’t want anything to do with the baby.  Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2288485/Chicago-couple-forced-send-adopted-baby-girl-South-Korea-homeless-mother-doesnt-want-her.html#ixzz2NEdhgQnxFollow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook Related articles Beyond Statistics: Portrait of a Former Teen Mom Guest Interview: Teens and Over-the-Counter Cough Medicine Abuse New Website Targets Parents with Addicted Children Postpartum Depression- You’re Not Alone Confused by Parenting Books? Start Here Guest Post: The Very Real Issue of Abortion in Teen Drama Causes & Charities: Florence Crittenton Programs Bliss Mission: Write Your Own Story MomsWise.com to Impart Information About School-Related Illnesses in Children Evanston couple’s adoption declared unlawful, baby to return to South...

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Black market baby petitions for birth certificate

LIVINGSTON MANOR, N.Y. — When he was growing up in the Bronx, they called him Albert Higgins. It wasn’t until decades later he actually learned he might be someone else. “As a child growing up, I’ve always had a feeling that somehow or another I didn’t belong, lack of pictures in the home, didn’t have a grandmother or a grandfather. I just had a weird feeling,” said Higgins. Higgins father died when Higgins was a teenager and he said his life spiraled out of control for years. It wasn’t until he was in his forties that he got back on track, moved to Sullivan County and took a job at the old Concord hotel. But then the revelation came, his parents adopted him illegally. Continue Reading Related articles A Cure for HIV? Maybe, Baby Baby And Parents List Their Favorite Baby Shower Gift Ideas Zen Mind: How to Declutter Guest Post: Why every family should know the basics in first aid Confused by Parenting Books? Start Here Ways to Avoid the Electronic Babysitter (Or How to Shut off the TV and Still Get Things Done) Postpartum Depression- You’re Not Alone New Website Reveals How To Conceive A Boy Naturally Guest Post: The Very Real Issue of Abortion in Teen Drama Causes & Charities: Florence Crittenton...

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