6 years ago, an AIDS dissent conference was held in Southern France, titled How to Break the HIV/SIDA Paradigm, featuring Etienne de Harven and Nancy Turner Banks. A report of this can be found here. A few days ago, a follow-up conference by organisers Martin Barnes and Georg Wintzingerode was held at the same site, […]
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BBC News reported yesterday that a Scottish man has had years added to his sentence for deliberately trying to infect partners (i.e. by not wearing a condom). Of his total of 14 known encounters, 6 are HIV+. Given that Rowe was not enthusiastic about treatment and had a high ‘viral load’ it flies against orthodoxy […]
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 […]
The movie Dallas Buyers Club was released in 2013, so I’m quite late in having seen the film recently despite old reminders. To begin with, I apologise for the clickbait title of this piece. Dallas Buyers Club is not an AIDS dissent film but it’s also not an HIV informational. It’s simply a story about […]
Veteran HIV sceptic Henry Bauer – whose previous books include Dogmatism in Science and Medicine and The Origin, Persistence and Failings of HIV/AIDS Theory – has published a new book titled Science Is Not What You Think. UK buyers can find it on Amazon. Henry’s blog can be found here.
The International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology has recently posted a video of Peter Duesberg’s appearance at their 2015 conference. Watch here.
IRF is sad to hear that the veteran British AIDS dissenter Gordon Stewart died in October. He not only provided a foreword to the original edition of Joan Shenton’s Positively False, but was a frequent collaborator on her televised documentaries. Joan: I am so very sorry to hear that Gordon Stewart has died. I used to […]
‘Scotland will become the first place in the UK to routinely offer Prep to eligible patients. … [Scottish Medicine Consortium]’s decision relates to its use on a preventative basis by people who do not have the virus.’ BBC News. Had the SMC studied The Penrose Inquiry and pondered why more dried-blood-product haemophiliacs acquired HIV-positivity than those who […]
In a new article in The New England Journal of Medicine, a case has been described of a man acquiring HIV-positivity after administration of PrEP with evidence negating infection prior to medication. If studied deeply this will surely exonerate the NHS’s decision not to fund PrEP.
Ducoeurjoly’s article is well-worth a read for those new or unfamiliar to HIV scepticism.