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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 […]
“Thirty years ago this summer, doctors told actor Rock Hudson that he had “AIDS.” A year later, he collapsed in a hotel room in Paris, igniting a public hysteria around a virus then said to threaten everyone. A little over a year later, Hudson was dead at 59, AIDS had gone mainstream, and a young drifter named Marc Christian, claiming to have […]
HIV causes Aids (employing British usage on this post) full stop, says the mainstream. First of all, for argument purposes, if HIV is a pathogenic virus, it does not cause Aids, rather Aid. The development of the s (syndrome), which by and large arises from ‘co-infection’, depends on being exposed to listed pathogens. In other words, […]
Read the article on Emanuel Pechir’s blog.
Hi everyone, A lot of people say that a low CD4 count is unimportant. I disagree. While I don’t think it PREDICTIVE of poor health, I do believe it may be INDICATIVE of poor health. Here’s some notes I’ve made with a summary link at the end. (Thanks Mike for suggesting Kremer’s book!) I don’t […]
The HIV/AIDS Question by Dr. Muhammad Dalmau (PDF) The Tragedy of the Premature Consensus on HIV/AIDS* and the Impact to the South African Economy by Nokuthula Elaine Nxumalo (PDF) Thanks to Emanuel P for sharing.
AIDS anarchist Farber hops back in whirlwind by Sheelah Kolhatkar June 28, 2006
Report from HEAL London by Mike Hersee – 08 June 2006