Therefore, it was easy to track Belgian freelance journalist and writer, Joel Savage when he read his article concerning an investigation he did at Antwerp notorious 'Stuivenberg Hospital' about the high death rate of Africans at the hospital and brought it to an end. Johan and Joel are now best friends, hence, this health blog.
Johan Van Dongen, scientist, microsurgeon and former lecturer at the University of Maastricht
He was a lecturer at the University of Maastricht until his appointment was terminated. In the medical establishment, his 42 years research revealed that Aids, Ebola, Lassa fever and other diseases were man-made and used as bio-weapons as a means to depopulate Africa.
Since his early childhood, Joel Savage decided to be a film actor or a writer. So he wrote to “Nana Ama’s Advice” a columnist in one of the Ghanaian newspapers to show him the way. His parents are not rich to enroll him in an acting school in Hollywood or America, thus; he chose to be a writer because his father was a writer, journalist, and a documentary film producer.
Joel wrote for the Ghanaian Times, Daily Graphic and the Weekly Spectator in Accra, as a freelance journalist. In 1985, while living and working in Freetown, Sierra Leone, he naturalized and became a citizen of the Republic of Sierra Leone.
For example, why is it that Africa is one of the poorest continents in the world, yet the suicide rate in Europe and America is higher than Africa? No one is too old to learn how Africans cope in that harsh continent.
Dr. Wolff Geisler
HIV constituents were shown to exist in insects cells. The HIV-envelope-protein, the core protein, and the reverse transcriptase protein are produced by insect cells. HIV-infected cells were found in more than half of the mosquitoes of the Aedes aegypti type examined in Zaïre (Congo) and the Central African Republic.
Apart from his books, magazine Collections in the cabinets and on the shelves, he likes reading international military magazines up to brochures of black African resistance movements of confidential papers, from the boardrooms of German enterprises to official government documents.