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Robert Gallo Snubbed by Nobel Committee

Dear Dr. Gallo:

I was thrilled to learn today that Luc Montagnier won the Nobel Prize for his important discovery of HIV (formerly called HTLV-3) several years back from that patient who had lymphadenopathy. It’s hard to imagine how Montagnier isolated it within one patient and not among others. He is either the luckiest scientist on the planet or the most brilliant.

At the same time, I am shocked that you could not share in his one-quarter (one-eighth) of the esteemed honor. After all, you were “co-discovers” of this terrible scourge that has killed millions of people (but no chimpanzees). Then again, Max Essex should also share in the honor for his tireless efforts to cure Leukemia in cats (one-twelfths?).

This is so embarrassingly awkward – and so totally unfair that you have been slighted in this breathtakingly conspicuous manner and denied your rightful place among the pantheon of great scientists who have saved millions of lives from these awful microbes. Clearly, the water they are drinking in Stockholm must be spiked with something because these Swedes have lost their marbles. Then again, one never knows what those Lutherans are thinking.

Perhaps you will receive your long-overdue Nobel Prize for discovering HTLV-1 or HTLV-2, which caused millions of cases of Leukemia among innocent victims all over the atolls of Japan and the Caribbean.

If brilliant meteorologists can share their prize with Al Gore, and Jimmy Carter can share his prize with Yassar Arafat, Dr. Montagnier can certainly share his prize with you.

Your biggest admirer,

Clark Baker
http://www.cwbpi.com/
http://blog.cwbpi.com/

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Comment from fritzkohle
Time November 20, 2008 at 9:06 am

Dear Clark,

somewhere I read that Simian AIDS was found in binge-drinking monkeys infected with SIV. Unless those monkeys endured a comfortable alcohol induced coma 5 times a week they stayed healthy though. Still - severe alcoholism was ruled out, as those primates tested SIV+. So it had to be Simian AIDS.

Potentially this could open an entirely new field of research for Dr. Gallo - in addition to humans it would then be possible to expand the sale of ARV’s found to be unsuitable for humans to primates.

On the other hand - aren’t we doing that already? Aren’t AZT and other ARV’s that are not sold in the developed world increasingly sold to millions of healthy individuals in developing and third world countries?

Well of course they can’t be too healthy - after all they must be HIV+ first. Like Alcoholism malnutrition, poverty and war can be ruled out as a cause of severe immun suppression.

And where is the fun in stopping war and corruption anyway, if revenues can be increased by selling ARV’s to the third world? I mean we all know that the money to fund Dr. Gallo’s research must come from somewhere - who knows, maybe the Department of Defense may need to cut spending into Dr. Gallo’s research because of the recession. And the money has to come from somewhere right?

But I am certain in times of trouble good friends help each other out. Especially French friends. So much time has passed since Bob stole Luc’s HIV samples I am certain Luc won’t hold a grudge against his old buddy Bob any longer.

After all Luc did say that he thinks his old friend Bob is equally deserving when it comes to the Nobel prize. I just wonder if Luc will say the same when it comes to money. But then - maybe not. In which case Bob could always try and sell some ARV’s to alcoholic monkeys.

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