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| Azidothymidine |
(Drug, Poison, “Safe and Effective”)
|Interest of||Foster child drug trials|
|Drug that wiped out a generation of people diagnosed with HIV in the early 1990s, but not before making GlaxoSmithKline/Wellcome Trust billions in revenue.|
Azidothymidine (AZT), also known as Zidovudine (ZDV) is an antiretroviral medication used to prevent and treat HIV/AIDS. The drug, approved by the FDA under Anthony Fauci, wiped out a generation of people diagnosed with HIV in the late 1980s and early 1990s, but not before making GlaxoSmithKline/Wellcome Trust billions in revenue.
"Safe and effective"
On February 19, 1988, Anthony Fauci appeared on the television program Good Morning America, where he was asked why only one drug, AZT, had been made available.
“The reason why only one drug has been made available — AZT — is because it’s the only drug that has been shown in scientifically controlled trials to be safe and effective.”
Anthony Fauci 
Azidothymidine victims on Wikispooks
|Ebbe Carlsson||His semi-private investigation led the Palme assassination into a wild goose chase|
|Roy Cohn||Made his name in the 1950s during the McCarthy anti-communist hearings. Ran sexual blackmail operations that abused and exploited children. Close to both Democrat and Republican presidents.|
|Freddie Mercury||British singer killed by the AIDS-drug AZT pushed by the medical establishment.|
|Iatrogenesis||“The death blow to FDA's safety function was AZT. After that, any potentially deadly disease became an excuse for curtailing clinical trials. Death by medication was normalized as an inherent part of progress.”||Celia Farber||10 September 2021|
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