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.
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Ducoeurjoly’s article is well-worth a read for those new or unfamiliar to HIV scepticism.
Nancy Turner Banks MD, who kindly contributed a piece to the reprint of Positively False, has a new book available to purchase now via this link: The Slow Death of the AIDS/Cancer Paradigm
The former editor of the defunct The New York Native has put out a book detailing the history of the newspaper which dared publishing articles contrary to the HIV hypothesis of AIDS. Buy the book here: UK | US.
David Crowe talks to cartoonist Robert Crumb about AIDS and other things in the latest The Infectious Myth podcast. Listen here.
Not only has Amanda Knox been proven innocent of the 2007 murder of Meredith Kercher, she also tested false-positive for HIV. Presumably it was her media-driven “Foxy Knoxy” label that initiated STD testing.
Spanish AIDS dissident network Superando el Sida (the protagonists of Positive Hell) have posted an article on the banning of Positive Hell from Portobello Film Festival. Read Manuel Garrido Sotelo’s piece here: [original Spanish | Google Translate English] *** Prof. Helen Lauer to Jim Grice (London Live TV): Dear Mr. Grice, Thank you for opening […]
Joan Shenton challenges an interviewer who argues from the point of consensus – 5min video.
Although many of you will have probably seen the 30-min Shenton/Reiss film Positive Hell, if you happen to be free in London on Saturday 10 September why not pop along and see it on the big screen, for free, as part of this year’s Portobello Film Festival? It should roughly be showing at 9:30 PM, […]
People with filariasis [caused by roundworm infection] compared to those who did not have filariasis had a 3.2 fold increased risk of HIV infection in the age group 14 to 25 years and a 2.4 fold increased risk in the age group 25 to 45 years. Those over 45 years had a 1.2 fold increased […]