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Inventing the AIDS Virus Paperback – May 1, 1998
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Second: Don't be scared by the size of the book. It is well written, accessible, and engaging. The science is patiently explained for the general reader without being patronizing or condescending. This is coming from someone who has a paralyzing fear of scientific writing. I read the first hundred pages the day I got it. Plus, the last 300 pages are appendices which ought, in any case, to add credibility to the argument, since they present the actual evidence upon which the argument is based.
Third: Keep an open mind. Duesberg is no quack. He is a member of the elite National Academy of Sciences, and before he became a heretic, was on the Nobel prize fast-track for his discovery of the first cancer gene. Moreover, long before AIDS appeared, Duesberg was an eminently respected retro-virologist.Read more ›
It's interesting that many of the negative reviews below argue that anyone who spends time hunting down Duesberg's references will see through his charade. It's interesting because when I first encountered this book, I was in graduate school pursuing my philosophy PhD, and upon reading the book, I did exactly what these reviewers suggest everyone should do (it's what any good graduate student does): I buried myself in the stacks at the basement of the UCSD medical school library. For three weeks. And I read. And read. And I found something quite interesting: With a few minor exceptions for misinterpreted evidence, Duesberg was right. The caliber of logic used to establish HIV's connection to AIDS was abysmal. I read countless papers in internationally-respected journals that, had they been submitted to me by one of my undergraduate philosophy students, would have been returned bathed in red ink. The reasoning really was that sloppy.Read more ›
From the first chapter: "our leading scientists and policymakers cannot demonstrate that their efforts have saved a single life." Who benefits from testing and "treating" the "high risk" communities who are, more likely, dying from the "treatment" that is *not* saving their lives? "AIDS itself has not yet affected larger numbers of women nor has it entered the heterosexual population outside of drug addicts: nine out of ten AIDS patients is still male, and more than 95 percent still fall into the same risk categories: homosexual (men), heroin addicts, or, in a few cases, hemophiliacs. All other sexually transmitted diseases are equally distributed between the sexes. AIDS has not exploded into the heterosexual population, as do all other sexually transmitted diseases. Yet, the cry rings out for all pregnant women (especially women of color) to be tested, to receive treatment *even if they are not sick*, to transmit AZT to their unborn children, *to save their lives.Read more ›
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"Ignorance is preferable to error; and he is less remote from truth who believes nothing, than he who believes what is wrong. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Laura B.
He has won a noble prize for his work and this book is great to shed some light to the truth.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great book that refutes the HIV=Aids theory. The book is explained in a scientific and simple but compelling manner. Read morePublished 9 months ago by pj44pj
Why is this book so excellent? Not only does Duesberg tell the truth about AIDS (surely other scientists know but are too scared to speak out), but he's a wonderful writer. Read morePublished 13 months ago by L. E Lenius
Great read. Extensively documented. A little dated. A must read for anyone in the health care field.Published 13 months ago by QUIZ KID
Best book I have read in the last 10 years. Cant recommend it highly enough. Duesberg absolutely deserves a Nobel Prize!Published 14 months ago by Emily Dawson
What an epiphony. I always thought something about AIDS didn't make sense.Published 22 months ago by J. Kennon Ledbetter
I picked this book up just after it's release. I totally agree with the doctor. The reviewers at this site giving one star ratings, well forgive them. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Kem
I am a mastered prepared Advanced Practice Nurse. I was thoroughly brainwashed by the medical/pharmaceutical industrial complex for years believing all their lies and concoction... Read morePublished on June 29, 2014 by marilynmou