August 31, 2012
Dr. Robert Willner practiced mainstream, "orthodox," medicine for over 40 years until he witnessed the ravages of chemotherapy and radiation on his wife, who finally succumbed to the complications of breast cancer.
He then began to question the methods upon which his lifelong career had been based.
He began holding press conferences where he would inject him self with HIV-infected blood to prove his case that HIV did not cause AIDS.
In this press conference, he gave his extensive and persuasive (if overwrought) arguments for why the stories propagated in the media about AIDS made no scientific sense to him, whatsoever.
His book, encompassing his lifework is posted online here:
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March 25, 2011
December 7th 1994 Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Greensboro, N.C.
Dr Willner (a medical doctor of 40 years experience) an outspoken whistleblower of the AIDS hoax.
In front of a gathering of about 30 alternative-medicine practitioners and several journalists, Willner stuck a needle in the finger of Andres, 27, a Fort Lauderdale student who says he has tested positive for HIV. Then, wincing, the 65-year-old doctor stuck himself.
In 1993, Dr. Willner stunned Spain by inoculating himself with the blood of Pedro Tocino, an HIV positive hemophiliac. This demonstration of devotion to the truth and the Hippocratic Oath he took, nearly 40 years before, was reported on the front page of every major newspaper in Spain. His appearance on Spain's most popular television show evoked a 4 to 1 response by the viewing audience in favor of his position against the "AIDS hypothesis."
When asked why he would put his life on the line to make a point, Dr. Willner replied: "I do this to put a stop to the greatest murderous fraud in medical history. By injecting myself with HIV positive blood, I am proving the point as Dr. Walter Reed did to prove the truth about yellow fever. In this way it is my hope to expose the truth about HIV in the interest of all mankind."
He tested negative multiple times.
He died of a Heart attack 6 months later 15th April 1995.