AIDS: Virus- or Drug Induced?

  • Editors
  • Peter H. Duesberg

Part of the Contemporary Issues in Genetics and Evolution book series (CIGE, volume 5)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-vi
  2. Eleni Papadopulos-Eleopulos, Valendar F. Turner, John M. Papadimitriou, David Causer, Bruce Hedland-Thomas, Barry A. P. Page
    Pages 3-22
  3. Eleni Papadopulos-Eleopulos, Valendar F. Turner, John M. Papadimitriou, David Causer
    Pages 23-48
  4. Bryan J. Ellison, Allen B. Downey, Peter H. Duesberg
    Pages 97-104
  5. Peter H. Duesberg, Harvey Bialy
    Pages 111-125
  6. Mark Craddock
    Pages 127-130
  7. Robert S. Root-Bernstein, Sheila Hobbs DeWitt
    Pages 207-230
  8. Steven B. Harris
    Pages 231-239
  9. Serge Lang
    Pages 271-295
  10. John Lauritsen
    Pages 309-313
  11. Tom Bethell
    Pages 315-323
  12. Phillip E. Johnson
    Pages 331-336
  13. John Lauritsen
    Pages 337-341
  14. Celia Farber
    Pages 343-346
  15. Neville Hodgkinson
    Pages 347-358
  16. Back Matter
    Pages 359-359

About this book


Despite enormous efforts, over 100,000 papers and over $22 billion spent by the US taxpayer alone, the HIV-AIDS hypothesis has failed to produce any public health benefits, no vaccine, no effective drug, no prevention, no cure, not a single life saved. Is the science system to be blamed? Has science failed to reveal the truth about AIDS?
In AIDS: Virus or Drug Induced?, two dozen scientists, scholars and journalists have investigated the status quo of AIDS research. Most of them have questioned the HIV-AIDS hypothesis before, but have since been censored, and sociologically excluded from AIDS research, politics and journalism. Here they are united for the first time to put on trial the HIV-AIDS hypothesis.
There are those who acquit HIV entirely. Others who make a case for HIV as a necessary, but not a sufficient cause of AIDS. And one medical scientist who, together with the huge AIDS literature, defends the hypothesis that HIV is sufficient to cause AIDS.
The book convincingly reveals that the scientific method could very well find a solution to AIDS, but only if ideas can be exchanged freely and if the HIV monopoly can be broken. AIDS: Virus or Drug Induced? illustrates that the solution to AIDS could be as close as one of several, very testable and very affordable alternatives to the unproductive HIV-AIDS hypothesis.


AIDS Antigen Epidemiology HIV HIV/AIDS Virus vaccine

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1996
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-0-7923-3961-8
  • Online ISBN 978-94-009-1651-7
  • Series Print ISSN 0929-712X
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