May 17, 2016. China (ONN) Three years ago, Whiteout Press published an explosive report about a mysterious illness unofficially called HIV-Negative AIDS. Thanks to the activism of one of our readers who is afflicted with the disease, thousands of Americans have stepped forward to count themselves among the infected. Even with undeniable evidence, medical professionals deny the condition exists. Now, the disease that doesn’t officially exist has spread to China.
Letter from a Chinese reader
“On behalf of the HIV-Negative Aids patients in China, I am desperately beseeching Whiteout Press to cover the news of our group,” Marshall Cha wrote to Whiteout Press from China earlier this month, “We are a group of millions of hopeless patients who are suffering, both mentally and physically, from an unknown contagious AIDS-like disease every day. We notice our deteriorating health condition, and hear about the news of death of other patients every day.”
Mirroring the denial and spread of the mysterious disease in the US, Cha goes on to explain, “Most of our symptoms are like HIV infection. However, HIV antibody cannot be found from our blood thus we are often diagnosed as ‘AIDS phobia’. It is not true for many of the patients did not know anything about HIV until they found a lot of other patients who have the same symptoms online. A large number of them believed the diagnosis and went home without protection, only to find their family and close friends are now infected as well.”
Karen Lambert USA
In 2013, reader Karen Lambert wrote to us at Whiteout Press and asked us to expose the cover-up of HIV-Negative AIDS. She was a victim and waging her own one-woman campaign to raise awareness. What she found is exactly what fellow victim Marshall Cha is facing in China. Read the 2013 article, ‘Mysterious HIV-Negative AIDS infects Millions’ for further details.
At the time, Karen Lambert said, “You can label my AIDS-like illness whatever you wish. Regardless of how politics may try to dissuade or delude you, all you need to know is that my idiopathic immune dysfunction is infectious! It is contagious! And it is spreading, unleashed, in the world’s population. I am not afraid to say that I have AIDS without HIV - idiopathic CD lymphocytopenia - my second official clinical diagnosis. I am equally as unafraid of saying the most obvious thing about CFS/ME: it sure does look like AIDS to me.”
Is it contagious?
Karen Lambert insisted her mysterious disease was contagious. A half a world away and three years later, Marshall Cha insists the same thing. Eerily similar to Lambert’s warning, Cha says, “I can assure you this is not chronic fatigue immuno-dysfunctional syndrome, or idiopathic CD4 lymphocytopenia or any phobia. It is contagious! The number of the patients is increasing dramatically every day, yet those patients we have already known is just the tip of the iceberg. Local hospitals refuse to admit the disease, and the authority ignores our rightful appeals and even suppresses the news.”
While Karen Lambert is fighting HIV-Negative AIDS by waging an awareness campaign and even testifying before US federal agencies, Marshall Cha warns of a more militant tactic being used by some infected patients in China. Cha warns, “A more appalling fact is that, as the current methods cannot find the cause of the disease in our blood, some desperate patients donate their blood just to spread the disease and make more people infected so that it would be more likely that the world would know about the disease.”
HIV-Negative AIDS symptoms
After extensive research in 2013, we at Whiteout Press published a list of common symptoms of people suffering from HIV-Negative AIDS. They include:
Widespread muscle and joint pain
Feelings of malaise, especially after physical exertion
Headaches of a type not experience by the patient/victim before
Increased sensitivity to light, touch or certain foods,
Swollen lymph nodes
Loss of balance
Many victims say they are mistakenly diagnosed with ME/CFS. ME/CFS is the most common name for this mysterious illness. It stands for Myalgic Encephelopathy/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. It is estimated that between 0.7% and 4% of the US population is afflicted.
Marshall Cha closed his letter to us with the same goal as Karen Lambert’s letter three years ago – a simple request to give this disease a name and officially recognize it. Cha writes, “Most of us are reasonable people. We know that we do not have much time to live, and we do not expect any medical treatment would be there soon. All we want is that we can be known as normal persons, not mentally unstable ones, who are fighting against an acknowledged disease. All we want is the world knowing about the virus, or whatever it is, so that there will be no more tragic infection. All we want is the human society working together so that no one has to suffer what we are suffering.”