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New Articles:

1) Robert Steinbrook, One Step Forward, Two Steps Back — Will There Ever Be an AIDS Vaccine?, New England Journal of Medicine , Vol 357 (26), p2653-55 (2007)

2) Henry Bauer, Henry, Questioning HIV/AIDS: Morally Reprehensible or Scientifically Warranted?, Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons, Vol 12 (4), (Winter 2007)

3) Jeanne, Lenzer, Peter`s Principles, Discover, p44-50 (June 2008) about the author

Articles Documenting HIV is Passenger Virus:

1)  Benigno Rodriguez, et al., Predictive Value of  Plasma HIV RNA Level on Rate of CD4 T-Cell Decline in Untreated HIV Infection, JAMA, September 27, p1498-1506 (2006)

2)  Margaret T. May, et al. (over 100 et al.!) HIV Treatment Response and Prognosis in Europe and North America in the First Decade of Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy: A Collaborative Analysis, Lancet, August 5, Vol 368, p451-458 (2006)

3)  Rachel A. Royce, et al., Sexual Transmission of HIV, NEJM, Vol 336, p1072-1078 (1997)

Articles Questioning HIV-AIDS Hypothesis -- Supporting Chemical AIDS:

Challenging the Viral Theory of AIDS: An Interview with Dr. Peter Duesberg. By David Jay Brown. (2007)
Read the full article here >

In May 2006, 23 obituaries for Serge Lang were published by the Notices of the AMS.  The mathematician Lang accused the HIV-AIDS establishment of bad, politically motivated science.  In 1996 he left the prestigious American Mathematical Society, because his critique of a politically motivated AIDS paper published by the Notices was censored. pdfNotices of the AMS, 53, p536-553 (2006)

The details of Lang's resignation are in this pdf  from the mathematician Darin Brown

Celia Farber, Out of Control, Harper's Magzine, March, p37-52 (2006)

Letters on the Harper's Article:  Rebecca Culshaw et al., Letters, Harper's Magzine, May, p6-13 (2006)

Neville Hodgkinson, Inside Story, Network Review, Sumer,  p47-48 (2005).

M. Wainwright, Another View on AIDS, The Scientist, Vol 18, p10 (2004).

Robert V. Beaglehole,  Editorial -- Below the Fold, Lancet, Vol 353, p1719 (1999).

John Lauritsen, 'The Risk-AIDS Hypothesis' (1995)

See also under:  POPPERS, AZT and HAEMOPHILIA

Tom Bethell, 'Kaposi's, Viruses, & Poppers' (1995)

See also under POPPERS

Tom Bethell, 'AIDS: Words from the Front', Spin (1994)

See also under KAPOSI'S SARCOMA

Charles A. Thomas Jr., Kary B. Mullis (Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1993), & Phillip E. Johnson, 'What Causes AIDS?', Reason (1994)

Neville Hodgkinson, 'AIDS Hopes Dashed by Terrible Truth on AZT', The Sunday Times (1994)

Neville Hodgkinson, 'Court Battles Launched Over Anti-AIDS Drug', The Sunday Times (London) (1994)

Eleni Papadopulos-Eleopulos et al., 'A Critical Analysis of the HIV-T4-Cell-AIDS Hypothesis' (1994)

Tom Bethell, 'The Cure That Failed', National Review (1993)

Peter H. Duesberg, HIV and AIDS, Science (1993)

Neville Hodgkinson, 'The Cure That Failed', The Sunday Times (London) (1993)

Celia Farber, 'AIDS: Words from the Front'- AZT Is Death, Spin (1993)

Interview with Spin Magazine, Editor Guccione Interviews Duesberg, AIDS; Words From The Front (1993)

John Lauritsen, 'FDA Has Second Thoughts on AZT', New York Native (1992)

Meditel, 'AZT Cause For Concern', TV-London (1992)

John Lauritsen, 'AZT on Trial' (1991)

John Lauritsen, 'HIV Voodoo From Burroughs-Wellcome', New York Native (1991)

Celia Farber, 'Don't Believe the Hype' (1991)

John Lauritsen, 'The AIDS War' (1991)

Elinor Burkett, 'The Queen Of AZT', Miami Herald (1990)

Robert S. Root-Bernstein 'Do We Know The Cause(s) Of AIDS?' Perspectives in Biology and Medicine (1990)

Celia Farber, 'Sins Of Omission' (1989)

Anthony Liversidge, Interview with ROBERT GALLO 2, Spin Magzine (1989)

Anthony Liversidge, Interview with ROBERT GALLO 1, Spin Magzine (1988)

John Lauritsen, 'The Popper-KS Connection' (1987)

Ian Young, 'The Poppers Story', Steam Magzine

John Lauritsen, 'FDA Documents Show Fraud in AZT Trials'

Panorama, 'A Ray of Hope'


 


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