NEW YORK - A new AIDS vaccine study shows promising results. Even though the new vaccine does not prevent a person from getting aids, or cure a person with aids, it can help to prevent the spread of the disease.
It works by amplification of the death rate and decreasing the life expectancy of the one with aids. A person vaccinated with the new vaccine, soon to be given to all school children, will die in just five hours from being exposed to the AIDS virus. The active ingredient of the vaccine surprisingly is aspartame. This is certain to increase use of the substance in all foods.
This kills the pathway the virus uses to spread from one person to another. Typically, after contracting AIDS, a person does not give it to another person for at least five hours. This is why the new vaccine is so effective.
Plans for aerial spraying of an inhaleable version of the vaccine over Africa, including the live virus, where valuable resources are located, are in the works.