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Positively Wrong Pt 1: Censored
The Banning of Positive Hell Documentary by London Independent Film Festival 2016
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Positive Hell is the story of five individuals who have defied their doctors and lived on for nearly thirty years with a diagnosis of death. The film highlights a network of people diagnosed HIV Positive in the province of Galicia in Northern Spain. Visit Positive Hell Website
Positively False – Exploring the Myths around HIV and AIDS
16th Anniversary Edition – A Book by Joan Shenton
In the 30 years since ‘HIV’ was announced as the “probable cause” of AIDS we are no closer to a vaccine or cure. Scientists and clinicians who question the widely held belief that ‘HIV’ is the cause of AIDS hold fast to their position that multiple factors can be attributed to the illnesses defined as AIDS which continue to afflict specific communities and risk groups, and that billions of dollars and millions of lives have been wasted over a retrovirus that is either harmless or may not even exist. Visit Positively False Book Website
The paperback is on sale now and the Kindle edition from 4 February. On the day of the launch event the Kindle edition of Positively False will be free to download worldwide for 24 hours only. Customers can search their local Amazon site or visit www.positivelyfalsebook.com for the links.
Have we been hoodwinked by the biggest blunder in modern medical history?
Positvely False – Spanish subtitled version
Positively False – Birth of a Heresy – Trailer
(Produced by Meditel Productions & IRF in association with Yellow Productions)
For further information visit the Positively False Movie website