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Volume 2, Number 3—July 1996

AIDS: Déjà Vu in Ancient Egypt?

Richard J. Ablin
Author affiliation: Innapharma, Inc. Suffern, New York, USA

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The hieroglyphic symbol for disease, translated as "semen" or "poison" (From: Von Deines and Westeneorf (5).

Figure. The hieroglyphic symbol for formula imagedisease, translated as "semen" or "poison" (From: Von Deines and Westeneorf (5).

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