- Paperback: 132 pages
- Publisher: Impact Investigative Media Productions; 1st edition (April 6, 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0955917735
- ISBN-13: 978-0955917738
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.3 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 14 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,168,256 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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(Cello music in the unoccupied room next door ...)
That is the feeling I had while reading "Goodbye AIDS": Something unexpected, warm, magic. The AIDS doctors are criticised, but, with the exception of the few spin doctors, the author tries to explain their actions: medical doctors tend to believe in authority.
Nevertheless: It is deeply sad that so many patients, even pregnant women and newborn babies, are poisoned.
One minor "but": readers of this book should also read "Trick or Treatment" by Singh and Ernst; homeopathy and acupuncture should not be recommended.
In the best tradition of Socrates, Maria went out to seek the truth. Thanks to the internet, she learned that there are "dissidents" of the official theory that AIDS is caused by HIV. Those scientists furthermore explain that HIV has never, ever been isolated - it is a *hypothetical* virus ! Those scientists are united in the RETHINKING AIDS Group (2.600 members already). She came into contact with several of those scientists, and they helped her in her decision to stop taking those toxic anti-retroviral drugs, like AZT. This was initially discovered in the '60s and proposed as chemotherapy for cancer treatment, but experiments on laboratory animals showed it was too lethal. However, AZT was reintroduced in 1987 to "cure" AIDS.
Dr Étienne de Harven, former president of the RETHINKING AIDS Group, asks a simple straightforward question in his book Ten Lies About Aids: "Could you give us the name of one single AIDS patient that has been CURED by any anti-retroviral drugs ?". With Maria, on the other hand, we can give the name of a person that has been CURED by stopping taking those poisons, and she will illuminate others in doing likewise.
I am planning to write an update explaining that when she became sick, her doctors blamed 'HIV' and ignored her real health problems: Wrong diagnostic, wrong therapy.
The 'AIDS medication' that was prescribed again in her last two years obviously did not help. More details in her Facebook profile
Everything in this book shines with genuineness, soul-to-soul directness and will be of great help both to HIV-positive readers who cannot accept that the black pit of hell is open at their feet and to readers who feel that, regardless of their test results, the virus, real or imagined, is eating away their sanity and its fear is wrecking human relations.
Ms Papagiannidou's poignant testimony of her repeated trips to the threshold of death during the years of her treatment and her joyous comeback after she turned away from the dogma and took control of her own life is made all the more inspiring by her identifying the root cause of this wonderful transformation: LOVE!
Maria has lived with HIV diagnosis for 20 + years but after reading this book, you see that she has only recently truely started to live again after she went against the mainstream ideas of what being HIV means. She regained her health and is now optimistic about the future. Many call her a denialist, i consider her a hero because to go against the AIDS establishment takes guts and im not sure many are up to such a challenge!
This book made me cry, to see what this woman had to endure when the rest of us were living carefree, made me happy when she took control, and finally made me envious. Envious of her courage and power and her lust for life!
A great read!
p.s Not full of medical jargon!
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