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Currently HIV is considered to be a contraindication for the smallpox vaccine—both for an infected person and their sexual partners and household members.
In contrast, a research article was published in 2010 suggesting that it might have been the actual eradication of smallpox and the subsequent ending of the mass vaccination campaign contributed to the sudden emergence of HIV. Cantwell claims that these experiments were directed by Wolf Szmuness, and that there was an ongoing government cover-up of the origins of the AIDS epidemic. Strecker, In the 1999 version of his OPV AIDS hypothesis, Edward Hooper proposed that early batches of the oral polio vaccine (OPV) grown in cultures of chimpanzee kidney cells, infected with a chimpanzee virus, were the original source of HIV-1 in Central Africa.
Before the 1980s, HIV was an unknown deadly disease.
in The Times suggested this, quoting an unnamed "adviser to WHO" with "I believe the smallpox vaccine theory is the explanation to the explosion of Aids".
There are small cats in most parts of the world, such as the lynx in northern Europe.
The big cats and wild cats are not tame, and can be very dangerous.
It is now thought that the smallpox vaccine causes serious complications for people who already have impaired immune systems, and the Times article described the case of a military recruit with "dormant HIV" who died within months of receiving it.
But no citation was provided regarding people who did not previously have HIV.
The big cats are well known: lions, tigers, leopards, jaguars, pumas, and cheetahs.
Cats are quiet and well-behaved animals, making them popular pets. They can easily entertain themselves with a variety of store-bought or homemade toys.
House cats have also been known to teach themselves to use lever-type doorknobs and toilet handles. They can look after themselves and do not need as much attention as dogs do.
Cats have anatomy similar to the other members of the genus Felis.
The genus has extra lumbar (lower back) and thoracic (chest) vertebrae.