1. House of Numbers Trailer

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    www.houseofnumbers.com INTERVIEWEES IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE: Mark Conlan, Dr. John P. Moore, Dr. Donald P. Francis, Dr. Hans R. Gelderblom, Eleni Papadopulos, MSc; Dr. Robert Gallo, Street Interview England, Street Interview Australia, Dr. Kary Mullis, Dr. James Chin, Dr. Peter H. Duesberg, Dr. Reinhard Kurth, Dr. Niel T. Constantine (voice over in testing), Dr. Harold Jaffe, Celia Farber, Neville Hodgkinson, and Dr. Luc Montagnier. SYNOPSIS: In 'House of Numbers,' an AIDS film like no other, the HIV/AIDS story is being rewritten. This is the first film to present the uncensored POVs of virtually all the major players; in their own settings, in their own words. It rocks the foundation upon which all conventional wisdom regarding HIV/AIDS is based. 'House of Numbers' could well be the opening volley in a battle to bring sanity and clarity to an epidemic gone awry.

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    • Graph Fiction

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      One of the central dogmas within the HIV=AIDS dogma is that HIV kills CD4 cells and that this causes the immune deficiency of AIDS. There are many graphs showing this decline but what is surprising is that these graphs are mostly imaginary or, if based on real data, based on serious manipulations of that data. You have to see this with your own eyes.

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      • SAMBA I and SAMBA II: A Brief Demonstration

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        The provision of fast and reliable diagnoses, together with a means of accurately measuring viral load amongst HIV carrying patients has long been perceived as an absolute priority for health care professionals working in the developing world. Moreover, the inability to offer these without recourse to specialist expertise and large central laboratories has proven a substantial obstacle to improving health care and patient outcomes particularly in the resource-poor areas of sub-Saharan Africa. DRW's SAMBA II overcomes all of these obstacles and offers a complete cost-effective diagnostic service at the point of care.

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        • Living Life After HIV Diagnosis

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          A talk with Khafre K. Abif and Timothy Daniels about living with HIV, HIV medication and prevention.

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          • Interferon Therapy for HIV-1 Patients: Short Version

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            Luis Montaner, D.V.M., D.Phil., announced the results of a clinical trial that suggests interferon can help suppress HIV-1 levels in patients who have suspended their routine antiretroviral therapy. (1.02 minutes)

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            • SAMBA II: TASK SHIFTING STUDY IN ZIMBABWE

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              The provision of fast and reliable diagnoses, together with a means of accurately measuring viral load amongst HIV carrying patients has long been perceived as an absolute priority for health care professionals working in the developing world. Moreover, the inability to offer these without recourse to specialist expertise and large central laboratories has proven a substantial obstacle to improving health care and patient outcomes particularly in the resource-poor areas of sub-Saharan Africa. DRW's SAMBA II overcomes all of these obstacles and offers a complete cost-effective diagnostic service at the point of care. In this video one particular aspect of SAMBA II implementation is highlighted: the ease with which non professionals can be trained to undertake testing. Filmed in Zimbabwe in July 2014.

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              • SAMBA II: A WHOLE CLINIC IN ONE REMARKABLE MACHINE

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                The provision of fast and reliable diagnoses, together with a means of accurately measuring viral load amongst HIV carrying patients has long been perceived as an absolute priority for health care professionals working in the developing world. Moreover, the inability to offer these without recourse to specialist expertise and large central laboratories has proven a substantial obstacle to improving health care and patient outcomes particularly in the resource-poor areas of sub-Saharan Africa. DRW's SAMBA II overcomes all of these obstacles and offers a complete cost-effective diagnostic service at the point of care.

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                • SAMBA II: A REVOLUTION IN POINT-OF-CARE DIAGNOSTICS

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                  The provision of fast and reliable diagnoses, together with a means of accurately measuring viral load amongst HIV carrying patients has long been perceived as an absolute priority for health care professionals working in the developing world. Moreover, the inability to offer these without recourse to specialist expertise and large central laboratories has proven a substantial obstacle to improving health care and patient outcomes particularly in the resource-poor areas of sub-Saharan Africa. DRW's SAMBA II overcomes all of these obstacles and offers a complete cost-effective diagnostic service at the point of care.

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                  • Viral Load @ Neurotic Deathfest 30/04/2010

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