As more objections are raised concerning the HPV vaccine, I'm intrigued about news that scientist have found the "on/off" switch for HIV. I'm sure I'll get some of the science wrong, but they've discovered goes dormant by shutting off its genes and protein synthesis. The "switch" is a bit shaky, and won't stay in the "off" position. Now that they've found this mechanism, more research could reveal a way to keep it in the "off" position. That is, if nobody objects. Given that we now have CDC doctors opposing the HPV vaccine, I can only imagine the objections to "turning off HIV." After all, preventing yet another STD might encourage pre-marital sex (because everybody's abstaining now). And, it's not too far fetched to imagine someone saying "If God turned HIV 'on', who are we to turn it 'off'?" After all, turning it off might be against "God's will" to those those believe "he" had a purpose in turning it "on."