(FreedomBeacon.com)- The National Institutes of Health, headed by Anthony Fauci, financed a study in China that followed Chinese prostitutes as young as 16 years old.
The studies were discovered after Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) funded “killing” bat coronavirus research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in 2012 and 2013. Given its military ties and dubious gain-of-function research, many suspect the Chinese Communist Party-run facility is the source of COVID-19.
In March 2013, Fauci’s NIAID funded research called “Drug Use and Sex Work: Competing Risk Factors for Newly Acquired HIV in Yunnan, China.”
The study evaluated HIV incidence and associated variables among female sex workers (FSWs) in a high-prevalence area where injectable drug use is also extensively recorded.
In Yunnan Province’s Honghe Prefecture, a cross-sectional survey of 1642 female sex workers (FSWs) was undertaken. The paper’s summary wrote that interviewed questionnaires were administered to obtain information on sexual relationships, condom usage, and illegal drug-using habits, among other things.
Researchers funded by Fauci “recruited local FSWs from various commercial sex venues including karaoke halls, hair and beauty salon, night clubs to participate in this study” using the following criteria:
“The median age of sexual debut was 18 years, and 21 years for the median age at which participants began sex work,” explains the paper.
Fauci’s NIAID also sponsored a different but related research from November 2013 called “HIV Incidence and Associated Risk Factors Among Female Sex Workers in a High HIV-Prevalence Area of China.”
The research’s abstract states, “We performed a cross-sectional study on the incidence of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and syphilis among female sex workers (FSWs) recruited from various types of venues in 6 cities in China.”
The requirements for research participants were the ability to provide informed consent; and have performed commercial sex for money or in exchange for goods during the previous three months,” according to the study’s guidelines.