Inventing the AIDS Virus

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Regnery Publishing, May 1, 1998 - 722 pages
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An eminent scientist and pioneer in the discovery of retroviruses challenges the widely accepted belief that HIV is the cause of AIDS. Peter H. Duesberg argues that HIV is merely a harmless passenger virus that does not cause AIDS. Sure to spark intense debate, this provocative book offers an original and incisive critique of the rise and fall of HIV.
 

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INVENTING THE AIDS VIRUS

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A well-credentialed scientist's hard-driving attack on the accepted view that AIDS is an infectious disease caused by HIV. Duesberg (Molecular biology/Univ. of Calif., Berkeley), an early researcher ... Read full review

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One of the BEST BOOKS I HAVE READ IN MY LIFE.
It will change your mind about the integrity and validity of the medical profession and big Pharma. Its a total revelation. Duesberg deserves a Nobel Prize.

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Contents

Losing the War on AIDS
3
The Great Bacteria Hunt
31
Virus Hunting Takes Over
61
Virologists in the War on Cancer
89
AIDS The Virus Hunters Converge
131
A Fabricated Epidemic
169
Dissension in the Ranks
219
So What Is AIDS?
255
Proving the DrugAIDS Hypothesis the Solution to AIDS
409
The AIDS Debate Breaks the Wall of Silence
435
ForeignProteinMediated Immunodeficiency in Hemophiliacs With and Without HIV
465
AIDS Acquired by Drug Consumption and Other Noncontagious Risk Factors
505
The HIV Gap in National AIDS Statistics
643
The Duesberg Phenomenon Duesberg and Other Voices
651
Notes
655
Index
705

With Therapies Like This Who Needs Disease?
299
Marching Off to War
361

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