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B L O O D O F T H E G O D S - Are you an Rh Negative blood type?

 
Jane C
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Hi there

I'm O negative and it is something that I have been researching into over the past few years. I feel that there is possibly something in it. I feel that I am not from here and that soon I'll be going home, but for now I have to stay here and help people not exactly sure how?

Not sure about the low blood pressure thing but I get dizzy if I stand up too quickly, but don't most people?

This also happened to me when I was about 11 years old (ish) my hair went from being blond and straight to blond and very curly and my eyes changed from blue colour to green. Anyone else experienced similar?
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Hello, I know I am late as far as posting to this thread but someone said that rh negatives have dark hair and hazel eyes I've had spiritual experiences from the age of six, I just recently found out that my dad has outer body experiences too he said it happens to him often so he is used to it. I am considered african american how I picked up the bloodline of a continent and a country I would love to know any how I have jet black curly/wavy hair reddish brown skin dark brown almond shaped eyes and I can only tolerate a vegetarian diet. Outer body experiences are scary and tiring I hate them. Can anyone tell me what type I am. I was always thought as highly intelligent, both of my children began walking at 7 months it may be due to the fact that I breast fed them but their behavior is awesome sometimes I am shocked my son has experiences but my daughter doesn't he is the oldest and they've been honor and A students since first grade I also noticed that my youngest child could follow objects at 4 days old my neighbor was absolutely tickled to see it. I am not talking about blinking I am talking about actually following your finger back and forth. I was told rh negatives are bad people if this is true I guess that is one more thing I must keep to myself.
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I am another Rh negative..

and for years..I've always searched for truth about the gods..
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My wife is rh neg, our two children are my blood group, so are my children , half gods?
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your wife is a goddess in your eyes thats sweet pray it always stays that way
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eyes that change from blue green grey dependent on what I am wearing and mood hair goes between reddish to reddish blond
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A negative co-creator herehi. you might be pleasantly surprised if you read this thread> 777 is the number of god because i am god...no ,I'm god,the thread takes you pass the concepts and through the mysteries...

Last Edited by T Ceti H.C. Radnarg on 11/16/2012 09:38 PM
How unfortunate for some rulers when men,women,and children continue to think... Keep repeating the lies loud enough and long enough and just maybe the people will start to believe the lies again and good luck with that...finding your energy open until mars becomes raging aries...
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Interesting!
Yes - I'm O-, tall, IQ over 145, always felt different, psychic, been searching for answers (to all sorts of things!) all my life and actually had a clearing concerning a reptilian past-life, so maybe there's something in it!
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Welcome to the club you are not alone on this one, there is many of us who have the same thing happening. I myself am very tall high IQ 177 o- and had a strong urge to find out who and the what of myself,and other powerful strange things, Psychic abilities and so on. It is a calling,mine told me to search for who I am so I did genealogy research found out am related closely to Royalty and then it told me to check my DNA so I did and guess what I found? holy shi* I could not believe and still hard to believe it. Go do those two things and I will tell you this if you are one of them you will find others who are too that is for sure I found them without even looking to much to explain on here. But I will tell you this R1b is not the main one it is a cousin line the Father line is, Im not going to say as I am not so sure I should say or not. Believe me or not I don't care, just go check your DNA and if you are one then you will eventually know all it takes is for someone or something to put you on the path, good luck.
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Thanks for the post
Ive been curious about the RH neg. ever since a friend went for an abortion.....

They make everyone getting an abortion get a RH neg blood screening.

I KNEW they were LOOKing for something. I KNEW they wanted to keep the RH neg fetuses for something........

Thanks for the anwsers.
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They need to know if you are rh- because with the blood type of the father unknown , you should receive a Rhogam shot , or you will not be able to have more children with an rh+ father
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Strange. My blood type is O+, but I have just about all the traits attributed to people with Rh negative blood types.

My blood pressure is 80/40.
My body temperature is 96.7
I'm tall (5'10" female)
Very analytical and logical. Mathematically and mechanically inclined
My IQ is 130 (used to be much higher but I suffered brain damage as a child due to a bad reaction to a vaccination)

My ancestry is Celtic and Germanic. I'm as pale as a corpse with strawberry blond hair and blue/gray eyes. I am thin and can eat whatever I want without gaining weight.

Electronic equipment tends to wig out when I'm around. There are some gadgets my hubby won't even allow me to touch because he's afraid I might "jinx" his favorite toys.

I'm not sure what hypervision means exactly, but my eye doctor says that I have 20/15 vision, which is better than 20/20.

I have also been diagnosed with acrocyanosis. ("Blue babies" have cyanosis. Acrocyanosis is a type of cyanosis, but one that only effects the limbs. To sum it up, my hands and feet turn blue in the winter.)

But, I'm Rh positive, not Rh negative.

And, BTW, it was not easy to find out what my blood type is. I can't donate blood without nose diving, because my blood pressure's so low, and regular doctors just don't seem to want to tell you what your blood type is. I ended up having to go to a friend of mine who's a med lab tech and ask her to please draw my blood and tell me what my blood type is, because I was curious to know. And the result came back O+.

Why are doctors beginning to refuse to tell people their blood type these days? Isn't that something a person should know?
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My husband also fits your description to a T. I am the RH negative one O- and except for the extra vertebra and fabulous eyesight and IQ and the problems with electronics I don't fit the descriptors. Brown hair , brown eyes, but 3 out of our 5 kids are also RHO- which would indicate he must carry a recessive for the RH- factor
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i was diagnosed by a doctor as a little kid as being allergic to the sun. had to stay out of the sun for a week or 2, then fine again, IIRC. have previously put a lot of these weird experiences down to being very (4 planets) aquarian.
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You seem to be describing the symptoms of porphyria including the craving for meat, It is also common among Northern Europeans but I was not ablet o verify if it is tied to RH negative

The 11.11 has been constant, sometimes daily, not as frequent as ringing in the ears. I know when things are about to go badly by the frequency of the ringing. Recently found a site on dolphin sounds, very similar to the ringing, sometimes buzzing sounds I experience. Also the sound of the dolphins seemed to mute the ear noise I experience, nothing else does.

Anyone else experiencing almost constant white noise ?

AB-
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I have ringing in the ears periodically. it seems to be tied to pressure changes from storms and also Earthquakes
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Just wondering if this has been posted here?

Negative blood uses... and its PATENTED???????
US Patent 5993812

I would save a copy in word or on disc this type of information will be gone soon...

Negative People Immune to HIV and AIDS Quote


I found this on the net. I know there are a lot of O negative people on this forum and thought it would be of interest.

Thread: O Negative People Immune to HIV and AIDS
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"Rh-Neg Blood Products Used To Treat HIV/AIDS"
by Ruth Ellenor Whitty

Ladies and Gentlemen:

This is probably the MOST IMPORTANT BLOG ENTRY I have ever made here on MySpace, AND it may be the most important blog entry you''ll ever READ about Rh-Negative blood.....

Recently, my friend "Nancy" from our Rh-Neg Yahoo Group suggested we start looking at the U.S. patents issued for "RhoGAM," and included a link to a patent search engine.
tHIS EXPLAINS THE FASCINATION WITH RH negative placentas . placenta contain stem cells and so they can make more Rhogam. I have heard this before and they discovered this by accident some one with aplastic anemia and aids got treatment and got donor marrow from someone who was O negative and when they recovered they also no longer had aids
So on Labor Day 2007, I went to this web site and did a data search for the word "RhoGAM." I was disappointed to find only three patents. I then thought, "Hey, wait a minute, that's only the BRAND name of that serum..."

So I typed in what RhoGAM really is (one of its scientific names):

" Rho(D) immune globulin "
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AND I HIT THE JACKPOT!

I Found Some Great New Information For Us! Get ready, because here it is:

Persons with O-Negative blood cannot become infected with, NOR transmit to another person, the HIV/AIDS virus.

AND NOW WE HAVE OUR PROOF, VIA THIS PATENT!!

Since the late 1980s, doctors have been giving patented O-Neg blood products (like RhoGAM) to RH+Positive persons with HIV because our blood SLOWS THE PROGRESSION OF THE VIRUS in these patients!

Source From This First Patent:
"The present inventors have found that Rh antibodies delay the progression of infection with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)."

Rh antibodies are infused into HIV+/Rh+Positive patients, and come from only one source: a type O-Negative blood donor.

(Finish reading my blog, then go to this patent link:)
[link to www.patentstorm.us]

Our other friend in the Yahoo Group, "Sandra," then posted this medical report from doctors and research professionals in India, concluding that MOST persons with Rh-Negative blood rarely become infected at all with HIV.

"Similarly there was significantly lower incidence of HIV infection in Rh negative individuals (1.9% as against 5.0% in general population)."

FROM:
[link to www.ijdvl.com]

Now, hang with me for a minute. Don't run off! There's more!

In 2001, a rheumatologist who used to work/teach at the Texas Medical Center's UTMB Health Science Center/School of Medicine told me point blank that I would never contract HIV, nor could I pass it on to someone else, because I have type O-Negative blood and that for some "unknown" reason, the virus cannot "bind" to the cells of this blood type and cause infection.

I thought my doctor was crazy at first. But then, I got curious......

I began researching all over the Internet on web sites, blogs and chat rooms, looking for persons with HIV/AIDS. I spent MONTHS going all over the world, talking to people, and I could not find ONE PERSON on Planet Earth with HIV/AIDS that was also O-Negative.

So, like an idiot, I e-mailed the CDC and the NIH (National Institute of Health) and asked them what was the deal with O-Negs and HIV..... I figured that they knew everything about this.

Weeks later, the CDC replied that they had no information about the matter, and the NIH people blew me off completely. I posted the CDC e-mail in our archives at the Rh-Neg Yahoo Group.

I think they know a lot, but they are not talking. Hmmmmm... why?

Anyway, back to this patent's scoop:

"RhoGAM" is actually a "brand name." The formula IS made with O-Neg blood (which makes sense, since everyone can accept it, especially other O-Negs). To keep things simple in this message, I will continue to refer Rh(D) immune globulin as "RhoGAM."

U.S. patent 5993812 was issued to these two guys in Canada back on 30 November 1999. They also had a previous foreign patent, which was given to them in 1995.

They ORIGINALLY applied for this U.S. patent in April 1997, so that's OVER TEN YEARS AGO. Which obviously means that these guys were using the RhoGAM "Anti-D immunoglobulin" formula with HIV+ people for some time before 1997.

I printed out on paper all of the patent details (16 pages) for closer review. Here's a quick summary:

The patent states that the "RhoGAM" formula has successfully been given to HIV+ patients (children as well as adults) since 1988 (The Eighties!) to delay the progression of HIV.

The Rh antibodies interfere with HIV's effect on the immune system. It claims that this reduces bacteria and virus infections in those with HIV. It also claims to increase/maintain T-cell counts. It is NOT a "cure" for HIV or AIDS. It only helps a HIV+ person for so long (2-3 years) before it becomes ineffective, usually after a person takes a major health turn for the worse. Still, 2-3 years means a lot to some people.

BUT GET THIS: the patent says that RhoGAM works ONLY with Rh+Positive patients with HIV. It clearly states that RhoGAM (Anti-D) is INEFFECTIVE in the treatment of Rh-Negative persons with HIV, or for any person that had their spleen removed (regardless of blood type).

For Rh-Negs with HIV, they specifically use "anti-c" antibodies, instead of Anti-D. Weird.

Honestly, this patent is hard for me to completely understand because I'm no mad scientist, but I can tell you that there is something mentioned here about how Rh antibodies can also be produced in the blood of animals for eventual use by HIV+ patients. It didn't say what KIND of animals, but apparently this has happened. What animal's blood is supposedly closest to humans? A cow maybe? However, it is unlikely that Rh-Negatives would be able to use such animal blood, especially the O-Negs.

Anyway, the two men got their patent in the U.S., as well as in Canada and internationally. I wonder if either one of these guys are Rh-Neg? And WHO came up with the idea in the first place to give RhoGAM to an HIV+ person with Rh+Positive blood??

I am conducting further research (yes, there are MORE patents out there using O-Neg blood!), and will post more information later. Until then, PLEASE understand that this information is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT news for us, as well as for any Rh-Neg parents or siblings we have, our Rh-Neg children and the spouses!

I have always "felt" different. Now I know why.

I wonder why doctors and scientists don' t educate people about this? This is world news! And how are these people allowed to patent a product that contains a human blood type anyway?

Yikes! I guess I need to go PATENT MYSELF!

Thank you for your time and consideration. Now go donate some blood!

Sincerely,
Ruth Ellenor Whitty
O-Neg
Houston, TX


US Patent 5993812 - Method of delaying the progression of an infection with the human immunodeficiency virus

US Patent Issued on November 30, 1999
Estimated Patent Expiration Date: April 7, 2017Estimated Expiration Date is calculated based on simple USPTO term provisions. It does not account for terminal disclaimers, term adjustments, failure to pay maintenance fees, or other factors which might affect the term of a patent.




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Therapeutic and prophylactic methods using Rh antibodies for delaying the progression of infection with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) in a subject who is exposed to HIV, or infected by HIV.
Claims


We claim:

1. A method for stabilizing CD4 cell counts in a subject who is exposed to HIV, or infected by HIV, comprising administering an amount of anti-Rho (D) antibodies sufficient to stabilize CD4 cell counts.

2. A method as claimed in claim 1 wherein the subject is Rh positive.

3. A method according to claim 1 wherein the anti-Rho (D) antibodies are administered intravenously in a dose of about 10-200 μg per kg body weight.

4. A method according to claim 3 where in the anti-Rho (D) antibodies are administered intravenously in a dose of at least 25 μg per kg body weight.

5. A method according to claim 1 wherein the anti-Rho (D) antibodies are administered intramuscularly in a dose of at least 20-400 μg per kg body weight.

6. A method as claimed in claim 1 wherein the subject has a CD4 cell count above 200 cells per mm3.

7. A method as claimed in claim 1 wherein the subject is under remission from thrombocytopenia secondary to HIV infection.

8. A method according to claim 1, wherein the anti-Rho (D) antibodies are human anti-Rho (D) immunoglobulin.


9. A method according to claim 1, wherein the anti-Rhoo (D) antibodies are recombinant human anti-Rho (D) immunoglobulin.

10. A method according to claim 1 wherein the subject is non-splenectomized.

11. A method according to claim 1, wherein the anti-Rho (D) antibodies are polyclonal anti-Rho (D) immune globulin prepared from mammalian plasma or serum.

12. A method according to claim 1, wherein the anti-Rho (D) antibodies are monoclonal antibodies.

13. A method according to claim 1, wherein the subject suffers from immune thrombocytopenia purpura.
Description


BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is a transmissible disease caused by a retrovirus. The retrovirus responsible for AIDS was first identified by Barre-Sinoussi, F., et al, Science 220, 868-871, 1983 and Gallo, R. C., et al., Science 224:500-503, 1984, and related retroviruses have been isolated from patients in different areas. The accepted terminology for these isolates is human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), which has subtypes e.g. HIV type-1 and HIV type-2.

HIV produces a slow but usually progressive deterioration in the host immune system. Primary HIV infection represents the initial stage of AIDS when there is a burst of viral replication associated with dissemination in lymphoid tissue (Piatak et al, 1993, Science 1988, 239:586; Daar et al, 1991, N. Eng. J. Med. 1991, 324:961-964; and Fauci, 1993, Science 1993, 262:1011-1018). This acute HIV infection is largely an asymptomatic infection with a persisting generalized lymphadenopathy. A second stage in AIDS is a symptomatic HIV infection complicated by conditions attributable to compromised cellular immunity (e.g. thrush, listerosis, peripheral neuropathy). The third stage in AIDS is defined by laboratory criteria (reduced CD4 cell numbers of percentage of total lymphocytes) and clinical criteria (characteristic opportunistic infections, neoplasms, central nervous systems disorders, and cachexia). Typically acute HIV infection lasts about 12 weeks; there is a period of clinical latency that lasts 5 to 10 years, and the patient survives about 2 years after a diagnosis of AIDS can be made. There is a progressive decrease in the number of CD4 cells, as well as the destruction of CD4 cells during these periods of the HIV infection (Hoxie, 1995, In Hoffman, R., et al., eds. Hematology. Basic Principles and Practice. Second Edition. New York. Churchill Livingstone, 1995:2011-2019).

The mechanisms by which HIV infection produces immunodeficiency is the subject of intensive investigations. It has been suggested that the decrease in CD4 lymphocyte number and function involves direct effects of viral infection on mature and progenitor CD4 cells, as well as the destruction by cellular or humoral mechanisms of uninfected CD4 cells that display absorbed or processed viral antigens on their surface. Monocytes and macrophages which express the CD4 antigen are also targets for HIV infection. These cells of the reticuloendothelial system probably represent a major reservoir for virus production in vivo (Gendelman et al., 1989, AIDS 2:475; Embretson et al, 1993, Nature 362:359). Monocytes play a central role in the processing and presenting of antigens to T and B lymphocytes and they are able to migrate to the central nervous system. Therefore, infection of monocytes by HIV may play a role in the development of both immunologic and neurologic disease in infected individuals.

The use of intravenous immunoglobulin in the treatment of patients with HIV infections has been widely documented (See Schrappe-Bacher, M., Vox-Sang, 1990; Suppl 1:3-14; Wagner , N., et al. Arch. Dis. Child. 1992, Oct., 67(10): 1267-71; Brunkhorst, U. et al., Infection, 1990, 18(2):86-90; De Simone, C., et al, Immunopharmacol Immunotoxicol. 1991 13(3) 447-58; Gungor, T. et al., Eur. J. Pediatr., 1993 152(8): 650-4; Mofenson, L. M. et al., J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr. 1993, 6(10): 1103-13; Mofenson, L. M. and Moye, J, Pediatr. Res. 1993 33(I Suppl): S80-7; discussion S87-9; Ersoy et al., Turk. J. Pediatr. 1992 34(4): 203-9; Shearer, W. T. et al, Ann N.Y. cad. Sci. 1993, 693:35-51; and WO 89/01339 to Cummins et al.). Intravenous immunoglobulin administration has been reported to be beneficial in reducing the rate of secondary opportunistic bacterial or viral infections in HIV-positive adults and children. It has also been reported to temporarily increase and/or maintain CD4 T-lymphocyte profiles in HIV-infected patients. However, this activity has not been consistently observed.

The serologic and immunologic effects of intravenous immunoglobulin on T-cell count appear to be dependent upon both the severity of the HIV infection and the duration of the study. Previous studies on the effect of intravenous immunoglobulin activity on CD4 cell count and clinical efficacy were conducted in patients with early HIV infection (entry cell counts of≥200/mm3) using relatively short treatment periods (≤16 months). In contrast, serologic effects diminish with advancement of HIV infection (e.g. in patients with AIDS-related complex), and intravenous immunoglobulin was demonstrated to be serologically and clinically ineffective at 24 months. Therefore, the serological effects of intravenous immunoglobulin cannot solely account for its clinical actions, and the long-term benefits of intravenous immunoglobulin in HIV infections remains to be established.

Immune thrombocytopenia purpura (ITP) is a common complication of HIV infection. It can occur at any stage of its natural history, both in patients diagnosed with AIDS, those with AIDS-related complex, and those with HIV infection but without AIDS symptoms. ITP secondary to HIV infection involves both reduced production of platelets and antibody-mediated destruction of platelets by the reticuloendothelial system.

Rh(D) immunoglobulin has been used to treat HIV-associated ITP in adults and children (Gringeri, A., et al., Br. J. Haematol. 1992 80(3): 337-40; Rossi, E., et al., Haematologica 1991 76(2): 141-9; Landonio, G., et al., AIDS 1990 4(1): 29-34; Brusamolino, E., et al., Haemotologica 1989 74(1): 51-6; Cattaneo, M., et al., Blood 1989 73(1): 357); and Bussel et al., Blood, 1991, 77:1884-1893). The majority of patients treated with Rh(D) immunoglobulin respond with increased platelet counts, but the platelet response is temporary and lasts about 3 weeks. Rh(D) immunoglobulin treatment has been ineffective in Rh negative patients, and in all patients that have received a splenectomy prior to therapy.

PCT/US94/08312 (published on Feb. 23,1995 as No. WO 95/05196) describes a method for slowing the progression of HIV infection in patients by providing individuals with Rh antibody-antigen complexes or Rh antibody-antigen-complement complexes to inhibit binding of HIV-antibody complexes to follicular dendritic cells in lymph node tissue. However, one would not expect that these complexes would have the reported inhibitory effect since antibody complexes administered extraneously are not able to enter the lymphatic compartment to elicit the effect.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

The present inventors have found that Rh antibodies delay the progression of infection with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). Patients treated with Rh antibodies had stable CD4 counts over a much longer period than would be normally expected. Progression of the disease is delayed in subjects with or without ITP secondary to the HIV infection.

Broadly stated the present invention relates to a method for delaying the progression of infection with HIV in a subject who is exposed to HIV, or infected by HIV, comprising administering an amount of Rh antibodies sufficient to delay the progression of the infection. In preferred embodiments of the invention an Rh positive subject is treated with anti-Rho (D), and an Rh negative subject is treated with anti-c.

The invention also relates to a pharmaceutical composition for use in delaying the progression of an infection with HIV in a subject who is exposed to HIV, or infected by HIV, comprising Rh antibodies in an amount sufficient to delay the progression of the infection. In preferred embodiments of the invention the pharmaceutical compositions contain anti-Rho (D) or anti-c.

Still further the invention contemplates the use of Rh antibodies, preferably anti-Rho (D), for delaying the progression of infection with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) in a subject who is exposed to HIV, or infected by HIV, and the use of Rh antibodies for manufacturing a medicament for delaying the progression of infection with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).

These and other aspects of the present invention will become evident upon reference to the following detailed description and attached drawings. In addition, reference is made herein to various publications, patents and patent applications which are hereby incorporated by reference in their entirety.

DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

The invention will be better understood with reference to the drawings in which:

FIG. 1 is a graph showing white cell counts (including CD4 ) versus time after enrollment of patient BI-107 in the study of intravenous anti-Rho (D) therapy;

FIG. 2 is a graph showing white cell counts (including CD4 ) versus time after enrollment of patient BI-21 in the study of intravenous anti-Rho (D) therapy;

FIG. 3 is a graph showing white cell counts (including CD4 ) versus time after enrollment of patient BI-309 in the study of intravenous anti-Rho (D) therapy;

FIG. 4 is a graph showing white cell counts (including CD4 ) versus time after enrollment of patient BI-57 in the study of intravenous anti-Rho (D) therapy;

FIG. 5 is a graph showing white cell counts (including CD4 ) versus time after enrollment of patient BI-33 in the study of intravenous anti-Rho (D) therapy;

FIG. 6 is a graph showing white cell counts (including CD4 ) versus time after enrollment of patient BI-77 in the study of intravenous anti-Rho (D) therapy;

FIG. 7 is a graph showing white cell counts (including CD4 ) versus time after enrollment of patient BI-101 in the study of intravenous anti-Rho (D) therapy;

FIG. 8 is a graph showing white cell counts (including CD4 ) versus time after enrollment of patient BI-154 in the study of intravenous anti-Rho (D) therapy;

FIG. 9 is a graph showing white cell counts (including CD4 ) versus time after enrollment of patient BI-117 in the study of intravenous anti-Rho (D) therapy;

FIG. 10 is a graph showing white cell counts (including CD4 ) versus time after enrollment of patient BI-139 in the study of intravenous anti-Rho (D) therapy;

FIG. 11 is a graph showing white cell counts (including CD4 ) versus time after enrollment of patient BI-146 in the study of intravenous anti-Rho (D) therapy; and

FIG. 12 is a graph showing white cell counts (including CD4 ) versus time after enrollment of patient BI-301 in the study of intravenous anti-Rho (D) therapy.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

As hereinbefore mentioned, the present inventors have found that Rh antibodies, in particular anti-Rho (D), delay the progression of infection with HIV. In particular, the present inventors have found that patients with HIV infection that have been treated with anti-Rho (D) have CD4 counts that are stable over long periods of time. While not wishing to be bound by a particular theory, the Rh antibodies act by interfering with the interaction of the HIV with the cellular immune system. Treatment with Rh antibodies results in red blood cell clearance which induces reticuloendothelial blockage which is seen primarily as an action on the splenic macrophages and other monocytes/macrophages. These effects on the reticuloendothelial system may attenuate transmission of HIV to circulating T lymphocytes by a reservoir of infected splenic macrophages. The effect of anti-Rho (D) treatment is similar to an apparent delay of CD4 cell decline observed in HIV-1 patients following splenectomy. The Rho (D) antibodies may also effect cytokines resulting in cytopathic effects.

The methods, compositions and uses of the invention, use Rh antibodies. Within the context of the present invention, Rh antibodies are understood to include antibodies specific for antigens of the Rh blood group system, or epitopes thereof. (See The Rh Blood Group System, in Blood Transfusion in Clinical Medicine., ed. Mollison PL et al., chapter 8, page 328, for a review of the Rh blood group antigens, which is incorporated in its entirety herein by reference). Examples of Rh antibodies include anti-D (also known as anti-Rho, and also referred to herein as anti-Rho (D)); anti-C (also known as anti-rh'); anti-E (also known as anti-rh"); anti-c (also known as anti-hr'); and, anti-e (also known as anti-hr").

Generally Rh antibodies for use in the invention are selected depending on the Rh antigens present/absent on the red cells of the subject to be treated. Anti-Rho (D) is preferably used to treat Rh positive (i.e. D positive) subjects, and anti-c is preferably used to treat Rh negative (i.e. D negative) subjects.

The Rh antibodies used in the present invention may be preparations from plasma enriched for Rh antibodies, monoclonal antibodies, polyclonal antibodies, antibody fragments (e.g., Fab, and F(ab')2), and recombinantly produced binding partners.

Preparations with a high Rh antibody content may be isolated as an immunoglobulin fraction from plasma, preferably human plasma, using conventional techniques. For example, an Rh IgG fraction may be isolated from human plasma by (a) the Cohn cold ethanol method and modifications thereto (e.g. see Barandun, S., et al., 1962, Vox Sang. 7, 157-174); (b) the DEAE-Sephadex method described by Hoppe, H. H. et al., 1967, Munch. Med. Wochenschr. 109:1749-1752); or (c) the anion-exchange method described in Canadian Patent No. 1,201,063, and modifications thereto. Commercially available Rh immunoglobulin preparations may also be used in the methods, uses and compositions of the invention. For example, anti-Rho (D) preparations including WinRho.RTM., WinRho SD.RTM., WinRho SDF.RTM. (Cangene Corporation, Winnipeg, Canada), and HypRho.RTM.-D (Miles Canada Inc., Etobicoke, Canada) may be used in the present invention.

In an embodiment of the invention an Rho (D) IgG fraction is prepared by contacting an aqueous animal plasma fraction containing IgG with one or more chromatographic separation columns to produce a purified IgG rich fraction. The aqueous animal plasma fraction used in the process may be normal non-immunized plasma from an animal source, preferably a human source, or hyper-immune plasma such as plasma from Rh alloimmunized donors. The plasma is modified to the ionic strength and pH of the initial buffer used with the chromatographic separation column. In an embodiment of the invention, the aqueous animal plasma fraction is contacted with one or more, preferably one or two anionic exchangers to produce a purified IgG rich fraction.

The purified IgG rich fraction may optionally be treated with a solvent and detergent to inactivate lipid envelope viruses. Suitable solvents and detergents which may be used to inactivate lipid envelope viruses include Triton X-100 and tri (n-butyl) phosphate. The solvents and detergent may be removed by conventional methods such as reverse phase chromatography.

The chromatographic separations may be carried out on anion exchangers using the procedure as described in Canadian Patent No. 1,201,063 which is incorporated herein in its entirety by reference. By way of example, the aqueous animal plasma fraction is applied to an anion exchange column which may contain an agarose cross-linked anionic exchange resin such as DEAE-Sepharose CL6B or DEAE-Biogel, and an IgG rich fraction is obtained by elution with an equilibrating buffer. The IgG rich fraction may be concentrated for example by ultrafiltration. The IgG rich fraction is applied to a second different anion exchange column such as DEAE-Biogel™, or Deae-Sephadex™ A-50. A purified IgG rich fraction is isolated by elution with an appropriate equilibrating buffer.

The purified IgG fraction may be formulated with a wetting agent such as Polysorbate 80, also known as Tween 80. The wetting agent reduces the amount of fragmentation over extended periods of time to provide a highly stable preparation enriched for Rho (D) antibodies. The purified IgG fraction may be further purified using ultrafiltration.

The purified IgG rich fraction obtained using the process described above may be further stabilized by the addition of stabilizers such as mannitol, glycine (e.g. 0.1 M glycine), and sodium chloride (e.g. 0.15 M sodium chloride), and the pH of the fraction may be adjusted within the range 4.0 to 5.4. The resulting preparation may be sterilized for example, by filtration, and it may be used in this form. If desired the preparation may be freeze-dried, and reconstituted using a suitable solution, e.g. 0.9% sodium chloride.

A preferred preparation obtained using the process described above has the following characteristics: 2-3% human immune globulin, no or very low level buffer, essentially no ionic strength, 10 ppm polysorbate 80, 10% sorbitol, pH 4.0.

Rh antibodies used in the present invention may be preparations containing polyclonal antibodies specific for Rh antibodies generated using conventional procedures in humans and animals. By way of example, the Rho (D) antigen is used to immunize the animal through intraperitoneal, intramuscular, intraocular, or subcutaneous injections, with or without an adjuvant such as Freund's complete or incomplete adjuvant. Following several booster immunizations, samples of serum are collected and tested for reactivity to the antigen in standard assays, examples of which are described below. Particularly preferred polyclonal antisera will give a signal on one of the assays that is at least three times greater than background. Once the titer of the animal has reached a plateau in terms of its reactivity to the antigen, larger quantities of antisera may be readily obtained either by periodic (e.g. weekly) bleedings, or by exsanguinating the animal.

Human Rh antibodies may also be produced in human volunteers. For example, an anti-Rho (D) preparation may be obtained from a subject initially immunized naturally during an Rh incompatible pregnancy, and given booster immunizations of whole Rh positive red cells.

Monoclonal Rh antibodies may also be readily generated using conventional techniques (see U.S. Pat. Nos. RE 32,011, 4,902,614, 4,543,439, and 4,411,993 which are incorporated herein by reference; see also Monoclonal Antibodies, Hybridomas: A New Dimension in Biological Analyses, Plenum Press, Kennett, McKearn, and Bechtol (eds.), 1980, and Antibodies: A Laboratory Manual, Harlow and Lane (eds.), Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 1988, which are also incorporated herein by reference).

Other techniques may also be utilized to construct monoclonal antibodies (see William D. Huse et al., "Generation of a Large Combinational Library of the Immunoglobulin Repertoire in Phage Lambda," Science 246:1275-1281, December 1989; see also L. Sastry et al., "Cloning of the Immunological Repertoire in Escherichia coli for Generation of Monoclonal Catalytic Antibodies: Construction of a Heavy Chain Variable Region-Specific cDNA Library," Proc Natl. Acad. Sci USA 86:5728-5732, August 1989; see also Michelle Alting-Mees et al., "Monoclonal Antibody Expression Libraries: A Rapid Alternative to Hybridomas," Strategies in Molecular Biology 3:1-9, Jan. 1990; these references describe a commercial system available from Stratacyte, La Jolla, Calif., which enables the production of antibodies through recombinant techniques). Similarly, binding partners may also be constructed utilizing recombinant DNA techniques to incorporate the variable regions of a gene which encodes a specifically binding antibody (See Bird et al., Science 242:423-426, 1988).

Monoclonal Rho (D) antibodies and methods for preparing same which may be used in the present invention are described in WO 91/07492 Canadian Patent Nos. 1,303,533 and 1,303,534, EP 251440 (all to the Central Blood Laboratory Authority); WO 94/00561 (National Reg. Association Transfusion Sanguine/Biotest Pharma GmBH); WO 91/05800 (Foundation Centre National Transfusion Sanguine); EP 523949 (Welcome Foundation), DD 338332 (Humboldt University, Berlin); GB 2127434 (University of London); JP 60115530 (Wako Pure Chem.); and, SU 1678830 (Research Institute Hematology).

It will be apparent to one skilled in the art that the preparations used in the present invention may contain more than one type of Rh antibody. For example, a preparation may contain anti-Rho (D) and anti-c.

Compositions/preparations of the invention contain Rh antibodies, either alone or together with other active substances. Such compositions are for intravenous, intranasal, intramuscular, subcutaneous, oral, enteral or parenteral use. In particular, those forms for intramuscular or subcutaneous administration are used, or forms for infusion or intravenous injection are used, which can be prepared as solutions of the antibodies or as powders of the antibodies to be mixed with one or more pharmaceutically acceptable excipients or diluents, suitable for the aforesaid uses and with an osmolarity which is compatible with the physiological fluids. For example, as described herein, an Rh antibody preparation may be formulated with a wetting agent and/or stabilized by addition of a stabilizer. Preferably, the preparations are in a form suitable for intravenous or intramuscular administration (e.g. WinRho SD.RTM., Cangene Corporation, Winnipeg, Canada). When administering the compositions/preparations of the invention by injection, the administration may be by continuous infusion, or by single or multiple boluses.

In an embodiment of the invention forms for intravenous injection or infusion are selected to maximize drug bioavailability, reduce dosage, and to elicit faster pharmacodynamic action i.e. reticuloendothelial blockage. For example, Rh negative subjects were injected with adult and fetal Rh positive red blood cells and subsequently WinRho™ (e.g. 120 μg) was administered by intravenous or intramuscular injection. Peak plasma levels of WinRho™ were achieved immediately after intravenous injection but were only achieved 24 hours after intramuscular injection. Intravenous injection also produced two-fold higher peak plasma levels than intramuscular injection. Clearance of Rh positive red blood cells was complete within 8 hours of intravenous administration, and 24 hours of intramuscular administration (Bowman, J. M., et al., CMA Journal 123:1121-1125, 1980). In the present invention, a faster red blood cell clearance would correspondingly produce a faster reticuloendothelial blockage in delaying HIV disease progression.

The compositions/preparations of the invention may contain one or more Rh antibodies together with one or more other active substances. Examples of active substances which may be used in the compositions/preparations include (i) nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors such as 2',3'-dideoxyinosine (didanosine, ddl, or VIDEX™), 2',3'-dideoxycytidine (zalcitabine, DDC, or HIVID™), 3'-azidothymidine (zidovudine, AZT or RETROVIR™), L(-)-2'.3'-dideoxy-3'-thiacytidine (lamivudine, 3TC or EPIVIR™) and didehydrodideoxythymidine (D4T), (ii) non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors such as nevirapine, delavirdine, atevirdine, pyridinones and TIBO derivatives and (iii) protease inhibitors such as saquinavir (INVIRASE™), ritonavir (NORVIR™), indinavir (CRIXIVAN™), and other investigational agents such as acetylpepstatin and pepstatin, A-74704 and A-77003, AG-2 and AG-4, MVY-101, JG-365, L-689502, Ro-31-8588, U-75875 and U-85548e (Erickson, J. W., Annu. Rev. Biochem. 62:543-585, 1993), AG1343, nelfinavir (VIRACEPT™); Agouron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.), VX-478 (141W94) (Vertex Pharmaceuticals Inc./Glaxo Wellcome Co.), secretory leukocyte protease inhibitor (SLPI; National Institute of Dental Research/Synargen, Inc.), KN1-272 (dynostatin) (Nikko Kyoto Pharmaceutical/National Cancer Institute), U-103373 (Upjohn), CGP-53437 (Ciba-Geigy), Hoe/Bay-793 (Hoechst-Bayer), SR-41476 (Sanofi), L-735-524 (MK63a) (Merck & Co.), and ABT-538 (Abbott Laboratories). The Rh antibodies may also be administered in combination with human growth hormone or human interferon. The Rh antibodies and active substances may be administered by any conventional means available for the use in conjunction with pharmaceuticals, either as individual separate dosage units administered simultaneously or concurrently, or in a physical combination of each component in a single or combined dosage unit. The antibodies and active substances can be administered alone, but are generally administered with a pharmaceutical carrier selected on the basis of the chosen route of administration and standard pharmaceutical practice as described herein.

The combination of Rh antibody and active substances may result in a synergistic action which enhances the effects of the Rh antibodies, or enhances the effects of the active substances. The doses of Rh antibodies and active substances may be each selected so that the Rh antibodies and active substances alone would not show a full effect.

The preparations of the invention can be intended for administration to humans or animals. An appropriate preparation may be selected for a particular subject based on the presence/absence of Rh antigens on the surface of the red blood cells of the subject. Generally, Rh positive (i.e. D positive) subjects are treated with anti-Rho (D), and Rh negative (i.e. D negative) subjects are treated with anti-c. Preferably, the preparations/compositions of the invention are administered to subjects with entry CD4 cell counts above about 200 cells per mm3.

The compositions/preparations of the invention are intended to provide to the recipient subjects an amount of Rh antibodies sufficient to delay the progression of an HIV infection, and in particular to slow the decline of CD4 cells in a subject. An amount is said to be sufficient if the dosage, route of administration etc. of the Rh antibodies are sufficient to delay the progression of an HIV infection, and in particular to slow the decline of CD4 cells and reduce viral burden.

Dosages to be administered depend on individual needs, on the desired effect, and on the chosen route of administration. Daily dosages to humans by intramuscular or intravenous injection generally vary between about 10 μg to 400 μg per kg body weight. For intravenous injection or infusion, the preferred dosage is about 10 to 200 μg per kg body weight. Intravenous dosages which are greater than about 20 μg per kg body weight may be more effective in effecting reticuloendothelial blockage. Preferably the dosage for intravenous injection is about 50 μg per kg body weight. The preferred dosage for intramuscular injection is about 20 μg to 400 μg per kg body weight. These dosages are significantly lower than those suggested for intravenous immunoglobulin treatment of patients with HIV infections. The lower dosages provided in the present invention reduce the risk of adverse reactions such as cardiovascular/thromboembolic events.

To delay HIV progression in asymptomatic HIV patients, multiple courses of Rh antibodies may be given by intravenous injection. In one embodiment, each course may consist of intravenous injection of about 25 μg per kg of body weight for two consecutive days for a total of 50 μg per kg per course. The courses may be give at three week intervals.

The compositions described herein can be prepared by per se known methods for the preparation of pharmaceutically acceptable compositions which can be administered to patients, such that an effective quantity of the active substance is combined in a mixture with a pharmaceutically acceptable vehicle. Suitable vehicles are described, for example, in Remington's Pharmaceutical Sciences (Remington's Pharmaceutical Sciences, Mack Publishing Company, Easton, Pa., USA 1985). On this basis, the compositions include, albeit not exclusively, solutions of the Rh antibodies in association with one or more pharmaceutically acceptable vehicles or diluents, and contained in buffered solutions with a suitable pH and iso-osmotic with the physiological fluids.

Pharmaceutical techniques may also be employed to control the duration of action of the compositions/preparations of the invention. Control release preparations may be prepared through the use of polymers to complex, encapsulate, or absorb the Rh antibodies.

The therapeutic effects of the present invention may be obtained by providing to a patient any of the above described Rh antibody preparations or compositions. The preparations and compositions may be provided to patients who are exposed to, or infected by HIV infection. Therefore, the preparations and compositions of the invention may be administered to patients with AIDS. The term "AIDS" used herein includes the early asymptomatic stages of the disease following infection with HIV-1 and HIV-2, to the advanced symptomatic stages of the disease, for example the stage referred to as AIDS related complex (ARC). The preparations and compositions of the invention may be given to patients with or without the onset of clinically significant ITP, including those under remission from thrombocytopenic episodes. Clinically significant ITP and platelet levels requiring therapeutic intervention are described for example, in George, J. N. et al., Blood 88:3-40, 1996.

Having generally described the invention, the same will be more readily understood through reference to the following example which is provided by way of illustration, and it is not intended to be limiting of the present invention.

EXAMPLES

Example 1

The effect of an immunomodulatory therapy (Intravenous anti-D) upon immunocompromised patients, and available CD4 counts in these patients were examined. Table 1 and FIGS. 1 to 12 show data obtained from patients with ITP secondary to HIV infection and who had been treated with IV anti-D therapy (both WinRho.RTM. and WinRho SD.RTM.).

The data was supplemental data which was available on 12 patients who were enrolled in a clinical study of IV anti-D treatment of severe ITP. Table 1 shows patient ID, date of sample collection, white blood cell count, lymphocyte count (represented as a cell count and as a percentage of WBC) and CD4-positive lymphocyte count (represented as a cell count and as a percentage of lymphocytes). Cell counts are also presented relative to the enrollment of the patient into the study of IV anti-D therapy (FIGS. 1 to 12); times of anti-D therapy are also indicated in the Figures.

The CD4 marker is normally present on about 60% of peripheral T cells and T cells normally constitute 80-90% of the lymphocyte population. Therefore, CD4 markers are normally expected to be found on about 50% of lymphocytes. As would be expected of a HIV infected population, the CD4 population represented less than 50% of lymphocytes and a range of 7-40% of lymphocytes was observed. These differences in CD4 levels reflect the stages of the history of the HIV infections; while the higher CD4 counts occurred in patients with persistent generalized lymphadenopathy with constitutional symptoms; lower counts occurred in patients with AIDS-related complex, and AIDS.

The 12 patients were followed for 123-1801 days (mean 920. -.555 days; median 876 days) after initiating IV anti-D therapy. Despite the short life expectancy of this patient population, there were no deaths from AIDS-related illnesses in these patients during the study. In no instance has there been a death of an immunocompromised patient in a study with WinRho.RTM. or WinRho SD.RTM. that has been believed to be premature or related to anti-D therapy. Treatment with anti-D of the patients did not exacerbate the immune deficiency of the 12 patients who have been followed for about 3 years, and in some cases the patients have responded to therapy with increased CD4 cell counts.

Example 2

This example describes a treatment schedule for delaying HIV progression in asymptomatic HIV patients. Rho (D)-positive, non-splenectomized, patients with CD4 T-lymphocyte counts of at least about 200 cells per mm3 may be treated with multiple courses of intravenous WinRho SD. The courses are given at 3-week intervals, and each course consists of intravenous injections of about 25 microgram (ug) per kilogram (kg) per day WinRho SD for 2 consecutive days for a total of about 50 ug per kg per course. Antiviral response of WinRho SD treatment should be monitored throughout the treatment period by quantitative assessment of patient CD4 T-lymphocyte count and HIV-1 viral load.

Intravenous WinRho SD therapy at this dosage would delay the progression of HIV-1 infection in asymptomatic HIV-1 infected patients. WinRho SD should increase patient CD4 T-cell counts and decrease patient HIV-1 viral load over the course of treatment.

Example 3

This example describes a second treatment schedule for delaying HIV progression in asymptomatic HIV patients. Rho (D)-positive, non-splenectomized, patients with CD4 T-lymphocyte counts of at least about 200 cells per mm3 may be treated with multiple courses of subcutaneous anti-Rho D immunoglobulin. The courses are given at 3-week intervals, and each course consists of subcutaneous injections of about 200 microgram (ug) per kilogram (kg) per day. Antiviral response of treatment should be monitored throughout the treatment period by quantitative assessment of patient CD4 T-lymphocyte count and HIV-1 viral load.

In contrast to the intravenous dosing schedules as outlined in Examples 1 and 2, subcutaneous injection of anti-Rho D immunoglobulin would produce significantly lower patient response rates with respect to the number of patients responding to treatment, increases in patient CD4 T-lymphocyte count, and decreases in HIV-1 viral load.

Example 4

This example describes another patient treatment schedule similar to that described in Example 2 except that the WinRho SD dosage is substantially lower than 50 ug per kg per course. WinRho SD therapy at this low dose would not delay HIV disease progression as compared to the the high dosage regimen.

In a randomized 2-way crossover study, Rho (D)-positive patients who are non-splectomized and have entry CD4 T-lymphocyte counts of at least about 200 cells per mm3 will be given high and low doses of WinRho SD. The first patient group will receive 3 courses of high dose WinRho SD followed by 3 courses of low dose WinRho SD, while the second patient group will receive 3 courses of low dose WinRho SD followed by 3 courses of high dose WinRho SD. Each course of treatment will be given at 3-week intervals and consisted of intravenous administration of 25 or 0.25 ug/kg/day WinRho SD for 2 consecutive days for a total of 50 ug/kg/course and 0.50 ug/kg/course for the high dose and low dose regimens respectively. The two 3-course treatment cycles in each patient group are separated by a 6-week washout period.

Example 5

The removal of the spleen of HIV-infected patients has been shown to improve patient survival, increase absolute CD4 and CD8 T-cell counts, and delay the development of AIDS (Coyle, T. et al. Am. J. Hematol. 41:144-146 (1992); Tunkel, A. R. et al., Am. J. Med. Sci. 306: 105-110 (1993); Mientjes, G. et al., AIDS 8:269-271 (1994); Morlat, P. et al., AIDS 10:1172-1174 (1996)). However, it is predicted that anti-Rho D immunoglobulin is ineffective in delaying HIV progression in splenectomized patients. As a protocol to support this prediction, multiple courses of WinRho SD at 50 ug or 0.5 ug per kg per course should be given at 3-week intervals to Rho (D)-positive, splenectomized, patients with CD4 T-lymphocyte counts of at least about 200 cells per mm3.

Example 6

The currently commercialized antiretroviral agents have limited efficacy in the pharmacologic containment of HIV infection, and antiretroviral therapy alone does not restore lost immune function. Nucleoside-based reverse transcriptase inhibitors are weak antiretroviral agents which can reduce HIV viral load by about 0.7 log. Non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors are relatively stronger and can reduce viral load by 1.0 to 1.5 log. Novel inhibitors of HIV protease are presently the most effective agents and can reduce viral load by up to 2.0 log (Ho, D. D., New Eng. J. Med. 333:450-451 (1995)).

This example describes a protocol for assessing the synergistic activity of anti-Rho D immunoglobulin with antiretroviral monotherapy or combinational therapy.

WinRhoSD can be administered intravenously to patients receiving more than one antiretroviral drugs from the following: (i) nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors such as zidovudine, didanosine, zalcitabine, or stavudine; (ii) non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors such as nevirapine, delavirdine, atevirdine, pyridinones or TIBO derivatives; and (iii) HIV protease inhibitors such as ritonavir, saquinavir, or indinavir. Dosage regimentation of intravenous WinRho SD is substantially as described in Examples 2 and 4. Effective therapeutic dosages of nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors are about 500 to 600 milligram (mg) per day for Zidovudine, about 200 to 750 mg per day for didanosine, about 300 to 600 mg per day for lamivudine, about 2.25 mg per day for zalcitabine and about 5 to 150 mg per day for stavudine. Effective therapeutic dosages of the non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors nevirapine and atevirdine are about 200 to 400 mg per day and about 50 to 300 mg per day, respectively. Effective therapeutic dosages of the HIV protease inhibitors saquinavir and ritonavir are about 1,800 mg per day and 1,200 mg per day, respectively.

Combinational therapy of anti-Rho D immunoglobulin with antiretroviral agents would provide greater and more sustained effect in reducing HIV viral burden in the treatment of HIV infection than monotherapy. The extent of synergism may vary among different combinations. In general, synergism is maximal when anti-Rho D immunoglobulin is combined with antiretroviral agents of different classes (e.g. WinRho SD with nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor and protease inhibitor). When anti-Rho D immunoglobulin is combined with antiretroviral agents from the same class (e.g. more than one nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors), synergism is achieved when agents based on different nucleosides are combined (e.g. 3'-azidothymidine with 2',3'-dideoxyinosine or 2',3'-dideoxycytidine). Antagonism is achieved when agents based on the same nucleoside are combined (3'-azidothymidine with didehydrodideoxythymidine).

Example 7

This example describes a protocol for assessing the synergistic effect of anti-Rho D immunoglobulin with alpha-interferon or human growth hormone in HIV-infected patients. Alpha-interferon is a family of cytokines with demonstrated immunomodulatory and antiviral properties. Its clinical utility in treating HIV-associated Kaposi's sarcoma has been established and it may also be useful in the treatment of HIV infection. Human growth hormone is an adenohypophyseal hormone with demonstrated clinical benefit in reversing progressive weight loss common in HIV infection. Major commercial products of alpha-interferon and human growth hormone are produced by recombinant DNA technology.

The combination of anti-Rho D immunoglobulin with alpha-interferon in HIV-infected patients would produce synergistic effects in increasing patient CD4 T-cell counts and decreasing HIV viral load. Effective dosage of intravenous WinRho SD is substantially as described in Examples 2 and 4. Effective dosage of alpha-interferon is about 1 to 15 million units (MU) per day given by subcutaneous or intramuscular injection.

The combination of anti-Rho D immunoglobulin with human growth hormone is expected to produce a synergistic effect in reversing weight in AIDS patients. Patient CD4 T-cell counts are increased and HIV viral load is decreased. Effective dosage of intravenous WinRho SD is substantially as described in Examples 2 and 4. Effective therapeutic dosage of human growth hormone for the treatment of AIDS-associated cachexia is about 0.18 to 0.38 mg or about 0.5 to 1.0 international units (IU) per week given by subcutaneous or intramuscular injection.

Having illustrated and described the principles of the invention in a preferred embodiment, it should be appreciated to those skilled in the art that the invention can be modified in arrangement and detail without departure from such principles. We claim all modifications coming within the scope of the following claims.

TABLE 1 ______________________________________ PATIENT WBC Lymphocyte CD4 ID DATE ×109 /L % WBC ×109 /L % Lymp ×109 /L ______________________________________ BI-101 90.09.25 5.60 32% 1.79 32.6% 0.58 BI-101 91.01.29 3.70 52% 1.92 13.4% 0.26 BI-101 91.02.20 3.00 51% 1.53 17.4% 0.27 BI-101 91.07.25 3.80 40% 1.52 17.8% 0.27 BI-101 91.09.20 3.30 53% 1.75 21.4% 0.37 BI-101 91.10.23 3.80 59% 2.24 12.4% 0.28 BI-101 91.11.20 4.40 60% 2.64 21.7% 0.57 BI-101 92.01.14 3.10 47% 1.46 23.6% 0.34 BI-101 92.01.31 4.40 50% 2.20 17.2% 0.38 BI-107 87.10.06 5.10 54% 2.75 29.4% 0.81 BI-107 88.03.01 7.00 44% 3.08 33.6% 1.03 BI-107 89.01.20 6.30 56% 3.53 32.9% 1.16 BI-107 89.08.01 5.10 49% 2.50 31.0% 0.77 BI-107 89.10.20 6.30 44% 2.77 31.9% 0.88 BI-107 89.10.28 6.10 47% 2.87 31.9% 0.91 BI-107 89.11.17 6.60 51% 3.37 29.9% 1.01 BI-107 90.04.27 6.80 24% 1.63 13.8% 0.23 BI-107 90.08.17 7.80 56% 4.37 26.0% 1.14 BI-107 91.02.01 7.20 62% 4.46 24.7% 1.10 BI-107 91.08.22 6.10 28% 1.71 35.1% 0.60 BI-117 88.05.19 4.40 6% 0.26 31.6% 0.08 BI-117 89.08.30 3.30 15% 0.50 21.4% 0.11 BI-117 91.03.08 5.10 29% 1.48 20.1% 0.30 BI-139 91.08.06 4.10 43% 1.76 23.3% 0.41 BI-139 91.09.10 1.36 32% 0.44 22.7% 0.10 BI-139 92.02.03 5.60 48% 2.69 20.5% 0.55 BI-146 92.04.09 2.50 34% 0.85 15.0% 0.13 BI-146 92.08.25 1.80 28% 0.50 22.0% 0.11 BI-154 90.06.28 3.90 44% 1.72 14.5% 0.25 BI-154 90.06.30 4.25 39% 1.66 14.5% 0.24 BI-154 90.10.12 4.60 41% 1.89 11.2% 0.21 BI-21 89.06.20 3.70 42% 1.55 12.3% 0.19 BI-21 89.09.01 3.20 53% 1.70 19.4% 0.33 BI-21 90.01.23 3.30 41% 1.35 18.0% 0.24 BI-21 90.02.06 2.80 50% 1.40 17.3% 0.24 BI-21 90.06.26 2.30 54% 1.24 7.1% 0.09 BI-21 91.03.27 2.50 64% 1.60 15.3% 0.24 BI-21 91.04.16 2.40 29% 0.70 19.1% 0.13 BI-21 91.04.23 2.90 36% 1.04 15.1% 0.16 BI-21 91.05.14 2.50 58% 1.45 18.6% 0.27 BI-21 91.05.30 2.40 68% 1.63 13.9% 0.23 BI-21 91.07.23 3.00 52% 1.56 15.6% 0.24 BI-21 92.01.07 2.90 51% 1.48 11.6% 0.17 BI-21 92.03.30 2.80 55% 1.54 20.1% 0.31 BI-301 91.10.17 1.26 61% 0.77 11.0% 0.08 BI-301 92.02.13 1.10 60% 0.66 11.0% 0.07 BI-301 92.03.27 1.20 43% 0.52 8.4% 0.04 BI-301 92.07.28 1.21 62% 0.75 10.0% 0.08 BI-309 92.06.03 6.50 26% 1.69 6.7% 0.11 BI-309 92.06.09 7.60 30% 2.28 8.9% 0.20 BI-309 92.06.15 6.40 24% 1.54 8.8% 0.14 BI-309 92.06.29 6.50 24% 1.56 9.6% 0.15 BI-33 88.02.28 6.10 33% 2.01 31.8% 0.64 BI-33 88.03.29 9.40 36% 3.38 38.6% 1.31 BI-33 88.09.14 6.00 16% 0.96 30.6% 0.29 BI-33 88.11.29 7.90 28% 2.21 34.8% 0.77 BI-33 89.01.06 4.60 20% 0.92 34.3% 0.32 BI-33 89.04.04 4.40 32% 1.41 39.6% 0.56 BI-33 89.09.12 5.60 47% 2.63 34.0% 0.90 BI-33 89.11.14 4.70 42% 1.97 37.7% 0.74 BI-33 90.01.23 4.00 39% 1.56 27.4% 0.43 BI-33 90.11.08 4.60 46% 2.12 23.7% 0.50 BI-33 90.12.20 4.60 40% 1.84 27.5% 0.51 BI-33 91.10.17 5.10 42% 2.14 20.8% 0.45 BI-33 91.12.18 4.40 29% 1.28 25.1% 0.32 BI-33 92.07.22 6.80 48% 3.26 25.0% 0.82 BI-57 87.08.03 3.50 62% 2.17 17.0% 0.37 BI-57 88.01.25 4.10 48% 1.97 26.0% 0.51 BI-57 88.12.27 4.70 48% 3.20 33.0% 1.05 BI-57 89.07.18 4.70 48% 2.26 34.0% 0.77 BI-57 91.06.19 4.10 48% 1.97 29.0% 0.57 BI-77 91.07.25 6.10 48% 2.93 28.6% 0.84 BI-77 92.01.29 6.30 39% 2.46 23.2% 0.57 ______________________________________

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•Mofenson et al., Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, 6:1103-1113, 1993
•Schrappe-Bacher et al., Vox Sang, 59:3-14, 1990
•Shearer et al., Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., pp. 35-51
•Wagner et al., Arch. of Disease in Childhood., 67:1267-1271, 1992
•Watson, et al., "Recombinant DNA", Scientific American Books, Chapter 25
•Okesenhendeler, et al., "Anti-RH immunoglobulin therapy for human immunodeficiency virus-related immune thrombocytopenic purpura", Blood, 71 (5) 1499-50

Inventors
Tsoukas, Christos M.
Woloski, Barry Michael


Assignee
Cangene Corporation


Application
No. 835400 filed on 04/07/1997


US Classes:
424/130.1, IMMUNOGLOBULIN, ANTISERUM, ANTIBODY, OR ANTIBODY FRAGMENT, EXCEPT CONJUGATE OR COMPLEX OF THE SAME WITH NONIMMUNOGLOBULIN MATERIAL424/141.1, Monoclonal antibody or fragment thereof (i.e., produced by any cloning technology)424/142.1, Human424/153.1, Hematopoietic cell530/350, PROTEINS, I.E., MORE THAN 100 AMINO ACID RESIDUES530/388.7Binds hematopoietic cell or component or product thereof (e.g., erythrocyte granulocyte, macrophage, monocyte, platelet, myelogenous leukemia cell, bone marrow stem cell, granulocytic cell-surface antigen, hemoglobin, thrombospondin, glycophorin, etc.)


Field of Search
424/130.1, IMMUNOGLOBULIN, ANTISERUM, ANTIBODY, OR ANTIBODY FRAGMENT, EXCEPT CONJUGATE OR COMPLEX OF THE SAME WITH NONIMMUNOGLOBULIN MATERIAL424/153.1, Hematopoietic cell530/350, PROTEINS, I.E., MORE THAN 100 AMINO ACID RESIDUES530/388.7Binds hematopoietic cell or component or product thereof (e.g., erythrocyte granulocyte, macrophage, monocyte, platelet, myelogenous leukemia cell, bone marrow stem cell, granulocytic cell-surface antigen, hemoglobin, thrombospondin, glycophorin, etc.)


Examiners
Primary: Eisenschenk, Frank C.
Assistant: Nelson, Brett



Attorney, Agent or Firm
Merchant, Gould, Smith, Edell, Welter & Schmidt


Foreign Patent References
WO9505196 WO. 02/09/1995


International Classes
A61K 039/395
C07K 001/00

Other References
• Hamilton, et al, "The Many Personalities of Gene-Spliced Drugs" Business Week, Jul. 30, 1990 p. 68, No. 3171
• Oksenhendler, et al, "Anh-Rh Immunoglobulin Therapy . . . " Blood 71:1499-1502, 1988
• Brunkhorst et al., Infection 18:28-32, 1990
• Coyle et al., Changes in theLymphocyte Count and Lymphocyte Subsets After Splenectomy in Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection, Letters and Correspondence, pp. 144-146
• DeSimone et al., Immunopharma. and Immunotoxic., 13:447-458, 1991
• Gringeri et al., British Journal of Haemotology, 80:337-340, 1992
• Gungor et al., Eur. J. Pediatr., 152:650-654, 1993
• Mofenson and Moye, Pediatric Research, 33:80-S89, 1993
• Mofenson et al., Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, 6:1103-1113, 1993
• Schrappe-Bacher et al., Vox Sang, 59:3-14, 1990
• Shearer et al., Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., pp. 35-51
• Wagner et al., Arch. of Disease in Childhood., 67:1267-1271, 1992
• Watson, et al., "Recombinant DNA", Scientific American Books, Chapter 25
• Okesenhendeler, et al., "Anti-RH immunoglobulin therapy for human immunodeficiency virus-related immune thrombocytopenic purpura", Blood, 71 (5) 1499-50
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I don't have time to read all the pages before looking for the answer, but you said Rh- have a different diet for optimal health. What is such a diet to include?
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Good question

Anyone?
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THERE IS GOOD INFORMATION BOTH IN THE BIOTYPES DIET BOOK AND THE EAT RIGHT FOR YOUR TYPES BOOK. I
WAS CONVINCED IT WAS WELL RESEARCHED BECAUSE THE SECTION ON MY BLOOD TYPE LISTED OF MY ALLERGIES LIKE THEY HAD MY CHART IN FRONT OF THEM. Apparently RH- tend to have more food allergies than the rest of the population
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as far as fertility treatments what a disgraceful thing a person could you it is beyond me that you just dont get the hint that you shouldnt be a parent.WTF is wrong with these people is all I ask myself. For christs sake you have an idiot woman who had 8 babies last year on top of her already 6 kids living on welfare trying to get herself a fucking tv show. It just a ridiculous thing to even allow something like that to happen. Maybe when they keep this up we will have mutants walking around on our streets
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I know I know I KNOW! WHAT THE HELL AND WHY IS THIS ALLOWED!? And let's not forget surrogate mothers! And women selling their eggs, sick sick sick! But maybe this story is out there for a reason...And have you seen that family on the news with 18 children and get this, they are "christians" and will have as many children as "God" gives them. It's like what the hell are you doing you freaks, building a god damn cult, army, what? And they make it out like it's all innocent, sweet, WOW! and awww! when it's not it's parasitic behavior. This is beyond me.
I'm too young to think about children so no worries , I'm even celibate most of the time as I can't stand most men, coincidentally RH+. I'm not exaggerating. I want to ask you something about birth control, have you ever taken it and what was your experience with it? I have read that it doesn't work for Rh negatives and was never meant for this blood. I'd need a reference, but I know I saw it somewhere. I tried taking the pill, and after a few minutes I started vomiting; my body rejected the BC pill, so it's not an option. I also cannot tolerate alcohol and never drink.
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I can only speak for my own experience , but I never intended to have kids I found all methods of birth control extremely not effective. I have five kids my husband was RH+ , but phenotypically he had the tall stature red hair and green eyes. I had the Rhogam shot for my first three very not planned pregnancies but the third child I had some placental separation and bleeding early on and they were worried about hydrops . He was born fine but they said I was sensitized and would likely have no more that would arrive safely so I was very very very conscientious about birth control. Still got pregnant 4 more times and had two early <12 week miscarriages but I also had two very healthy RH- baby girls. It also turns out one of my older kids is RH negative but with the father RH positive they just automatically gave me the Rhogam shot. Apparently my husband has the recessive for RH-. I was wondering if RH- tend to be attracted to one another, because if Rh- moms are so hostile to RH+ babies in utero with the low percentage of us in the population it is amazing we have not died out.
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Another thing I just remembered is from time to time I seem to hear "feedback" in my ears and head. You know...the noise a sound system makes when you put the mic near an amp? I hear that from time to time....it's not painful...just annoying when it happens.

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Me too, but it sounds/feels like butterflies fluttering. I think it has to do with neck/back issues that we can be prone to.

Keep me bookmarked, www.RhNegativeRegistry.com - Actively Researching and Seeking Answers to share on my site with everyone!
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I have always noticed the ear noises. My mom who was celtic and 7th child of seventh child etc used to say it was because someone is talking about you right ear good things, left ear bad things blah blah, blah but I have since noticed it is more due to pressure changes. from storms and Earthquakes etc.... I wonder if it is what dogs hear that makes them go nuts.
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I'm a B negative with an IQ of 121. Just an average run of the mill Joe.
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121.....of bad judgement...
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I know we are all brainiacs here, but keep in mind the average IQ is 100, so 121 is 2 standard deviations above 100 and not to be despised. I used to be uptight this way and obsessed about getting a B on an assignment when one of my fellow students in college just got huffy with me and said hey! you! C is average everything above that is gravy, quit whining!
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i am a leo, i am left handed, i am type o negative, i feel to much when meeting people am often misunderstood when trying to be helpfull , i love archeology, anciestry, ufo anything , ancient aliens, mythology, science, geneology, egypt anything, ancient anything , i am very intune with spirituality of things, and i feel very pulld to these things, i love art beauty, and music, i love to help people , and i believe i am super smart , even tho i dont have the bucks to prove it, i do like luxury but i like to make things luxurious myself and have a great ability to do just that with anything' kc
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I hear all of this talk that Rh- people have similar facial features, similar eyes how bout we put it to the test. Post a pic of your face and claim your negative blood type?
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I am another Rh negative..

and for years..I've always searched for truth about the gods..
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well here is the truth, there is no gods, there is GOD. the "gods" are false gods and fallen angels and you are going to be revealed to them.
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I hear all of this talk that Rh- people have similar facial features, similar eyes how bout we put it to the test. Post a pic of your face and claim your negative blood type?
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There is a lot of great Rh Negative information, fact, fun statistics and medical research on [link to www.RhNegativeRegistry.com]
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I would like to add my list of bizarre traits, that go with my blood type.

O Negative
6ft
green eyes-very rare color
low blood pressure
I have a gift with people- to hard to explain-I am a freak
Irish all the way
Thin build
Big breast
long graceful neck
Big Eyes
small lips

Night terrors
poetic
I can see,smell etc.. when evil is on the move, I know where it wants to destroy a human and how.
I belive in Jesus Christ.
I can profile people if need be, however I do not abuse this gift, it can be used for bad.
My thought on people that do have these kinds of gifting, It should be used for the body of Christ and most of the time its for prayer. I could write a book on this, however I'am still immature and I must learn more. This is only scraping the surface of my weirdness. I have had this gifting since I was 6 and have never missed or been wrong when it comes to the gift or I call it the Knower.
I have no insight on animals or illness.

I am interested in your gift, I think I have it to. I am Irish as well as other Scottish, English, American Indian, I am not sure what blood type, but my mother has extremely rare blood. I have blond hair and blue eyes. I am like a human lie detector, there is a website that calls it a Wizard. Is your gift similar to mine?hf
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AB-
Scorpio
30
5'10'' female
135lbs (thin for my height)
dark auburn hair
hazel eyes
fair skin with freckles, but i can get a nice tan
I am unsure of my IQ but I never liked school
Always feeling sick
Always tired
large eyes
I have always been interested in the occult or anything different

I just recently started reading about rh neg blood and the different theories. I always knew I had rare blood but didn't know much more than that.
This is all very interesting.

Ever since I found out about the blood line ties to reptiles, aliens and/or gods, I've been on a rampage, trying to get my hands on whatever info I could.
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A blood group, not sure about the Rhesus factor. I did get my blood type tested by my doctor several years back during a checkup (had blood drawn and everything), and the records I have say they tested for the Rhesus factor; however, I was never told what my blood type is for some reason (weird I know). Anyways, more likely than not I am A+ yet I have a lot of the Rh negative characteristics (may be a Rh carrier if I'm Rh positive?).

I’m a 5’4” female with light brown hair with some coppery tones to it, green eyes mixed with an olive green-golden color [best way I can really describe it][eyes have an interesting iris line pattern around the pupil, shaped like a star/diamond!], and with an IQ around 130 [don’t really rely on IQ to test for intelligence however]. Others have often commented on my intelligence and often get an impression I am an intelligent person off the bat [no, I don’t wear glasses nor do I have any acne]. I’m not sure about the extra ribs or vertebrae, although I tend to have a feeling of a pinched nerve in my left shoulder and a lot of pain in my lower back, specifically the lumbar and tailbone areas. Others have also told me my head is big considering my body size XD

I also do have a slight widow’s peak [not particularly pronounced so to speak but is noticeable], can roll my tongue, my earlobes are “attached” [can also wiggle them and actually “prick up” when alarmed], my fingers are actually double jointed, and can raise my right eyebrow [not so much my left but still] as well as flare my nostrils. I am more on the ambidextrous side, although I have been lead to believe I am dominantly left-handed (have been forced to use my right hand in school and by my mom however and no I didn’t go to a Catholic school).

Frequently, doctors have told me that my blood pressure is a little low and that my body temperature is lower than average. I wish I remembered exact numbers right about now. One time I felt a little warm around the time of a checkup (feeling pretty crummy) and my body temperature was actually “just perfect”. I’m rarely ever sick but if I ever do get sick, I heal pretty quickly [no known food allergies or allergies generally speaking, although I don’t like eating meat that much].

As far as sensitivity to EM fields, I haven’t destroyed my computer unintentionally, although sometimes it mysteriously freezes even if a lot of programs aren’t being run to my frustration. Lights do sometimes at least flicker around me, especially if I look at them/focus long enough. I have caused some disturbances in electrical things [thus I say I tend to be “jinxed” around things lol], oddly enough it seems to be that vacuum cleaners are my favorite choice [gives a reason to not have to clean ;) ]. Also, every time I have gotten onto an airplane, I have actually gotten sick and felt real crummy for days afterwards.

I have had a lot of weird “ESP-like” experiences in my life, although they tend to happen most frequently in my dreams. Sine I can remember, I’ve had all kinds of dreams with not quite human-looking characters, including some involving some with sexual things [moreso being violated by them]. Quite a few of my dreams have come true one way or another without actually trying to make them become true as in self-fulfilling prophecies [sometimes I wish I wasn’t right as much as I am I tend to say]. There is always more to what is being said and I often like to tell others there are always alternative choices in every situation, even if they are not being presented to us directly. I also have a great love of science, “outer space”, the occult and subjects of the like.

Kinda interesting how I have a lot of those traits, yet am more likely A+ rather than A- (still would have to get my blood test results to confirm for sure).
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A blood group, not sure about the Rhesus factor. I did get my blood type tested by my doctor several years back during a checkup (had blood drawn and everything), and the records I have say they tested for the Rhesus factor; however, I was never told what my blood type is for some reason (weird I know). Anyways, more likely than not I am A+ yet I have a lot of the Rh negative characteristics (may be a Rh carrier if I'm Rh positive?).

I’m a 5’4” female with light brown hair with some coppery tones to it, green eyes mixed with an olive green-golden color [best way I can really describe it][eyes have an interesting iris line pattern around the pupil, shaped like a star/diamond!], and with an IQ around 130 [don’t really rely on IQ to test for intelligence however]. Others have often commented on my intelligence and often get an impression I am an intelligent person off the bat [no, I don’t wear glasses nor do I have any acne]. I’m not sure about the extra ribs or vertebrae, although I tend to have a feeling of a pinched nerve in my left shoulder and a lot of pain in my lower back, specifically the lumbar and tailbone areas. Others have also told me my head is big considering my body size XD

I also do have a slight widow’s peak [not particularly pronounced so to speak but is noticeable], can roll my tongue, my earlobes are “attached” [can also wiggle them and actually “prick up” when alarmed], my fingers are actually double jointed, and can raise my right eyebrow [not so much my left but still] as well as flare my nostrils. I am more on the ambidextrous side, although I have been lead to believe I am dominantly left-handed (have been forced to use my right hand in school and by my mom however and no I didn’t go to a Catholic school).

Frequently, doctors have told me that my blood pressure is a little low and that my body temperature is lower than average. I wish I remembered exact numbers right about now. One time I felt a little warm around the time of a checkup (feeling pretty crummy) and my body temperature was actually “just perfect”. I’m rarely ever sick but if I ever do get sick, I heal pretty quickly [no known food allergies or allergies generally speaking, although I don’t like eating meat that much].

As far as sensitivity to EM fields, I haven’t destroyed my computer unintentionally, although sometimes it mysteriously freezes even if a lot of programs aren’t being run to my frustration. Lights do sometimes at least flicker around me, especially if I look at them/focus long enough. I have caused some disturbances in electrical things [thus I say I tend to be “jinxed” around things lol], oddly enough it seems to be that vacuum cleaners are my favorite choice [gives a reason to not have to clean ;) ]. Also, every time I have gotten onto an airplane, I have actually gotten sick and felt real crummy for days afterwards.

I have had a lot of weird “ESP-like” experiences in my life, although they tend to happen most frequently in my dreams. Sine I can remember, I’ve had all kinds of dreams with not quite human-looking characters, including some involving some with sexual things [moreso being violated by them]. Quite a few of my dreams have come true one way or another without actually trying to make them become true as in self-fulfilling prophecies [sometimes I wish I wasn’t right as much as I am I tend to say]. There is always more to what is being said and I often like to tell others there are always alternative choices in every situation, even if they are not being presented to us directly. I also have a great love of science, “outer space”, the occult and subjects of the like.

Kinda interesting how I have a lot of those traits, yet am more likely A+ rather than A- (still would have to get my blood test results to confirm for sure).

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I also wanted to add that I am of English, German, Portuguese, Italian, Hungarian, and Scottish (about .5% but still lol). My dad's mom now dead for about a year also says we are part Native American (not sure what tribe) and even French (Idk how much though).
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I am rh o negative with an iQ of 130, still trying to master the advantages of being o negative. I believe we have POWERS yoda
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Rh Negative blood = this

you-> :etuuuuuu:
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I don't think we all have similar traits though I'm 5'1
Hispanic
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Tanned skin color more white than burn
With dark brown eyes
And an IQ of 130
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B- here

Guys, do you have any information regarding hiv cases or probability of being infected versus blood types? Or the frequency of hiv cases per blood type. Just curious. I kept on searching the net and I can't seem to find any information about it.

by the way, I do have an active immune system, low bp, but I love spices especially garlic!
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I feel so different from the discriptions above.
My father is African American and so is my mother.
My father is O- and I'm AB-.
I'm brown skin, not overly dark and have a red tint to my complexion.
I have brown eyes that look like warm chestnut in light.
I'm only five, five in height my hair is brown but a well defined reddish sand hue.
I talked to my father and he confirmed a Native American heritage and my mothers grandmother was white. Althought I have a basic african American look. My lips are medium with a medium nose and large almond shaped eyes. So does my son.
I'm often told by Asians that I have some of their lineage also. I'm often mistaked by Asians for not being black although I'm brown. Anyway, I'm a mutt and no little about my family history.

I had no idea that Rh negative was rare in black population. If any one has information on way or another black person can tell me more about theirselves it would be helpful.

Anyway, I have few psychic abilities. I have dreams that come true. I can tell people future events even if I'm making it up. I have an IQ of 132 and soon to test my son.
I've also foreseen two major American tragedies before they happen. I was young at the time so I didn't have anyone to tell. I also see another storm hitting New Jerersy in the future. I'm not sure when, but I have plenty of dreams about a wall of water.
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jin and yoslings actually, study your history a bit.

read the bible, when you came you destroyed, or tried to, kill all the children of the gods.
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my dad has Basques and a little Cherokee in him my mom is white but do a Serach for Basques bloodline

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