"An excellent account of the most shameful episode in the history of medicine. Rebecca Culshaw has pulled it all together: a history of inept and dishonest AIDS ‘science,’ the manifold reasons HIV cannot be the cause of AIDS, the harmfulness of AIDS drugs, the physical and psychological human suffering caused by the AIDS hoax."
—John Lauritsen, author of Poison By Prescription: The AZT Story and The AIDS War
"Every mathematician knows that by changing the definition of something, you can change the entire truth about that thing. Rebecca Culshaw describes how the HIV = AIDS ‘orthodoxists’ have abused this idea. As in a shell game, they keep moving the definitions around, so that anything can be true and everyone will be confused. The abuse of science that has been documented here is itself very frightening. But when we learn that the standard treatment for HIV-positives—antiviral therapy—will substantially increase their risk of dying, it’s even scarier."
—Dan Fendel, professor of mathematics, emeritus, San Francisco State University
About the Author
Rebecca Culshaw lives in Tyler, Texas, where she is assistant professor of mathematics at The University of Texas at Tyler. She came to the U.S. in 2002, after receiving her Ph.D. in mathematics from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada. Culshaw has resided in Texas, Iowa, Nova Scotia, London, Ottawa, and Mzuzu, Malawi. She has published several journal articles regarding mathematical modeling of HIV immunology, and serves on the Advisory Board of Journal of Biological Systems.
Dr. Harvey Bialy has written the foreword to this book. Dr. Bialy is currently Scholar in Residence at National Autonomous University in Cuernavaca, Mexico. Prior to his retirement, he was founding editor of Nature Biotechnology, a sister journal to Nature. Dr. Bialy is author of Oncogenes, Aneuploidy, and AIDS: A Scientific Life and Times of Peter H. Duesberg.