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    Congratulations to Dr. Luc Montagnier, 2008 Nobel Prize Winner for Physiology/Medicine!.

    December 10, 2008, Stockholm, Sweden:
    Nobel Prize Award Ceremony, field of Physiology and Medicine.

    On October 6, 2008, the Carolinska Institute in Sweden announced the winners of the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine: Dr. Luc Montagnier (Ph.D., M.D) and Dr. Francoise Barre-Sinoussi for their innovative research at the Pasteur Institute in Paris, France which led to their discovery of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (H.I.V.) which causes A.I.D.S.; and Dr. Harold zur Hausen of the German Cancer Research Center for his discovery of the Human Papilloma Virus (H.P.V.) which causes cervical cancer.

    December 10, 2008, Stockholm Sweden:
    Dr. Montagnier holding his Nobel Prize medal for Physiology and Medicine.

    Dr. Montagnier is an internationally renowned French virologist who is currently director of the organization which he helped found: the World Foundation for A.I.D.S. Research and Prevention, a U.N.E.S.C.O. (United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization) N.G.O. (Non Governmental Organization). He was born on August 18, 1932 in Chabris, France. His father, an accountant, inspired Dr. Montagnier’s interest in science at a young age with weekly experiments performed in the family’s makeshift basement laboratory. Dr. Montagnier went on to make significant contributions to science throughout his career. His research helped scientists understand how viruses can change the genetic information of their hosts. This new understanding led to major advancements in cancer research. Dr. Montagnier’s research on interferon, a group of glycoproteins that prevent viral replication in cells, allowed for the subsequent discovery of medical cures for viral diseases.

    December 8, 2008 Stockholm Sweden:
    E.C.D.C. (European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control) Symposium on H.I.V./A.I.D.S.

    Dr. Montagnier’s Nobel Prize-winning research on H.I.V. began in 1982 at the Pasteur Institute in Paris where he led a team which was asked for help in identifying the possible viral cause of a baffling new syndrome sickening people all over the world. His team included Dr. Francoise Barre-Sinoussi, together with whom he received the 2008 Nobel Prize. In January 1983, Dr. Montagnier and his team received a lymph node biopsy of a patient suffering from the then unknown syndrome. Following his dissection of the lymph node, Dr. Montagnier made a culture from it. His team monitored and analyzed the culture for several weeks until they determined the pathogen responsible for the virus. Thus Dr. Montagnier and his team discovered H.I.V.. Their research led to the development of blood tests used to detect H.I.V. which are now used to screen blood products, thereby helping to prevent the spread of the virus. Dr. Montagnier and his team’s revolutionary discovery has also led to new treatments for H.I.V. patients, including anti-retroviral drugs which can extend their lives.

    December 7, 2008, Stockholm, Sweden:
    Dr. Montaginier giving his Nobel Lecture representing the World Foundation AIDS Research & Prevention.

    Since 1993, Dr. Montagnier has spent his career as director of the World Foundation A.I.D.S. Research and Prevention which focuses on those developing countries hardest hit by this grave disease. The foundation has set up centers in the African countries of the Ivory Coast and Cameroon which use a three-pronged strategy to fight A.I.D.S. consisting of a focused combination of prevention, education, and research.


    Dr. Montagnier has been a partner of the Osato Research Institute (O.R.I.) since its establishment in Gifu Prefecture, Japan in 1997. He is currently the scientific advisor to the O.R.I..

    October 2008: Shortly after the Nobel Prize announcement, Dr. Montagnier and Mr. Yukiyasu Hayashi (President of the Osato Research Institute) share their delight in Paris, France at Dr. Montagnier's office.

    DR. MONTAGNIER AND F.P.P. (Fermented Papaya Preparation)

    Dr. Montagnier’s research on F.P.P. (Fermented Papaya Preparation) dates back to the mid-1990s when he used F.P.P. to treat A.I.D.S. patients in Africa undergoing Triple Therapy, an anti-H.I.V. therapy using triple fixed-dose combinations. The immune system enhancing properties of F.P.P. impressed Dr. Montagnier, and he went on to introduce F.P.P. in Europe in the late 1990s. Since then, he has continued his research on F.P.P. and has come to find that what gives F.P.P. its special properties is not the raw fruit of the papaya itself, but rather the extensive fermentation process. Dr. Montagnier conducts ongoing studies of F.P.P., both in his laboratories and in his clinics. His lab research aims to discover the specific effective elements in F.P.P. and how they work. His clinical research uses scientific parameters in the field of medicine, as well as clinical tests on patients with various serious ailments, to determine the effectiveness of F.P.P.. As for himself, Dr. Montagnier uses F.P.P. for the prevention of colds and to hasten recovery from jet lag.


    “I knew that there had been a lot of scientific research carried out on F.P.P. supporting its properties, especially in the United States and Italy, so I believed that F.P.P. would work for other diseases as well and introduced it in Europe, France especially.”

    "We should remember that plants are the best chemists in the world. Since long before human beings appeared on Earth, plants have been dealing with undesirable, oxygen-derived elements. Over the course of millions of years, plants have developed highly evolved defense functions. Now we are applying this fact to medical science. This knowledge and vision was the basis for the creation of F.P.P.”

    “F.P.P. contains rather complex ingredients. We haven’t yet found which particular element in F.P.P. is actually effective. However, one thing is clear: it is not the raw fruit of the papaya itself, but rather the fermentation process that gives F.P.P. its effective properties. F.P.P. has two main properties. The first is as an antioxidant to render harmless undesirable elements derived from oxygen. The second is the enhancement of the immune system. F.P.P. either partly or wholly stimulates our immune systems.”

    “We already know that F.P.P. has a defensive effect against the common cold.”

    “If you take F.P.P. at the very early stage of a cold, in other words when you start feeling a sore throat, F.P.P. will stop the progression of the cold.”

    “I know that taking F.P.P. regularly and continuously will help recovery, and F.P.P. will not interfere with other medications.”

    “Since I often travel abroad for business, I take F.P.P. before getting on the plane and it helps me to recover from unbalanced physical conditions due to jet lag.”