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						Victoria Wells Wulsin

Victoria Wells Wulsin

Date of Birth October 27, 1953
Age 68 years, 1 months, 20 days
Place of Birth Ohio
Country United States
Profession Physician
Horoscope Scorpio

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Victoria Wells Wulsin Biography

Victoria Wells Wulsin is a famous Physician, who was born on October 27, 1953 in United States. According to Astrologers, Victoria Wells Wulsin's zodiac sign is Scorpio.

Victoria Elizabeth Wells Wulsin (born October 27, 1953) is an American physician who specializes in epidemiology, especially AIDS research among women in Africa.

Wulsin was born in Elyria, Ohio, the daughter of a teacher and a social worker. She attended high school in Ohio, and earned a B.A. at Harvard University. After college, she returned to Ohio and earned a medical degree from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland (1980). She earned a masters in Public Health (1982) and a doctorate in Epidemiology (1985), both from the Harvard University School of Public Health. Wulsin has obtained medical licenses in Massachusetts (1981) and Ohio (1989).

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From 1989-1995, Wulsin was Director of Epidemiology in the City of Cincinnati’s Health Department. From 1986-2001, she worked in various capacities for the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Source of Income Physician
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From 1989-1995, Wulsin was Director of Epidemiology in the City of Cincinnati’s Health Department. From 1986-2001, she worked in various capacities for the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Wulsin carried Pike and Scioto counties by wide margins and narrowly carried Brown County. She defeated Schmidt in the 2nd’s share of Hamilton County, by far the largest portion of the district. Schmidt had won Hamilton County during her special election victory against Hackett. Schmidt carried her home Clermont County by over 8,000 votes, enabling her to keep the seat.

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In 2004 Wulsin was hired as an epidemiologist by the Heimlich Institute to conduct a four-month literature review on “malariotherapy”, the AIDS treatment based on infecting HIV+ patients with malaria. Wulsin wrote a draft report for the Heimlich Institute summarizing her findings, entitled “Immunotherapy and Beyond”. It has not been published. She concluded that “the preponderance of evidence indicates that neither malaria or immunotherapy will cure HIV/AIDS.” and recommended that the Institute wait for results of other studies. The day after Wulsin submitted the report, Heimlich fired her. Wulsin said: “I challenged the science and ethics of immunotherapy, malaria therapy. I didn’t realize how much it was a challenge to his ethics and his science until he fired me.”

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Facing the incumbent Rep. Jean Schmidt (R) in the November 2006 general election, she was defeated by a narrow margin: 2,517 votes out of almost 240,000 votes cast. This is the closest in 42 years that a Democrat has come to winning a full term in the historically Republican 2nd District. The last Democrat to win this district for a full term was future Governor Jack Gilligan, who held it for one term after being swept into office by the Democratic landslide of 1964.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Physician. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United States. Victoria Wells Wulsin celebrates birthday on October 27 of every year.

During the 2006 and 2008 electoral campaigns, Wulsin’s participation in a 2004 study for Cincinnati’s Heimlich Institute was criticized by her opponents. Henry Heimlich had directed a three-year study in China, ending in 1996, that evaluated the use of malaria infection in fighting AIDS. In 2008 ABC News, in discussing Wulsin, noted that this theory had been debunked.

In 2006, Wulsin sought the Democratic nomination again. With Paul Hackett having announced he would not run again, she faced health care administrator James John Parker and civil engineer Jeff Sinnard, who both ran in 2005, and newcomers Gabrielle Downey, a high school teacher, and Thor Jacobs, a building contractor. Wulsin won the May 2 primary by nearly 15 percentage points and received the Democratic nomination for the 2nd District.

She has become involved in politics, and in 2006 and 2008 ran as the Democratic candidate in the Second District of Ohio (map). She lost to the Republican incumbent. She is a resident of Indian Hill, an affluent suburb of Cincinnati.

The following year, Dr. Robert S. Baratz of the National Council Against Health Fraud filed a complaint with the State Medical Board of Ohio of Wulsin’s work for the Heimlich Institute. After its review, the State Medical Board issued a letter on April 28, 2008, saying that “no further action was required by the board and the complaint has been closed.”

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