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Kialo debate page: Is HIV a cause of AIDS?

AIDS dissidents and mainstreamers usually broadcast their points on different platforms, primarily because the latter do not feel it sufficient to engage with a position they seem unreasonable. But it would be useful for bystanders to witness the friction in one place rather than at many, which is why a Kialo debate page has been […]

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Letter from Poland

(this letter has been edited for clarity) To Joan Shenton Hello, I live in Warsaw, Poland. In 1989, I was diagnosed HIV-positive. I have had only one Western blot test done – just like many others I know – in May 1989. For roughly the first 10 years I had hardly been taking ART; a […]

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Straight Outta Line: Did NWA’s Easy-E die of HIV?

In 1988 the gangsta rap group NWA released the album Straight Outta Compton which stunned America both in its sonic assault and provocation of the authorities. Though the group’s longevity was limited they had made a lasting impact, which is why a film about NWA has recently been released and is already breaking box office records. […]

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Is Deepak Chopra an ally?

Spirituality and alternative health promoter Deepak Chopra has revealed himself to be an AIDS dissenter as detailed in popular atheist Jerry Coyne’s blog. AIDS dissenters are more than happy when new people swell their number, particularly high-profile figures such as Chopra. However, the nature by which Chopra came to be a dissenter will disappoint followers […]

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IRF Q&A with blogger Mohammed Aziz

Who are you? I’m the author of Prescribing Sunshine: Why vitamin D should be flying off shelves, the editor of the reprint of Positively False: Exposing the Myths around HIV and AIDS, and blogger for the Immunity Resource Foundation. I’m from London, England and of immediate South Asian ancestry. What do you do? Pertinently, I […]

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Jay Garland speech with ammendments by Christine Johnson

[Capitalised paragraphs by Johnson] Good morning fellow Mensans. My name is Timothy Jay Garland and today I will be talking about HIV and AIDS. I will speak from a personal perspective as I was diagnosed HIV positive in 2007 and a year later, after having chosen not to take anti-retroviral medications, I developed fungal pneumonia, […]

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Jay Garland interview + Q&A response with David Crowe

Tuesday, 10 June 2014 6:30 PM I was interviewed by a gentleman in the field of HIV epidemiology and prevention programs. He works primarily on the HIV Sero-conversion Study – a study exploring factors associated with HIV transmission in Australia, and the experiences of people who have recently been diagnosed HIV-positive. His research interests include […]

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