Inventing the AIDS Virus has 93 ratings and 12 reviews. Seth said: This amazing book makes a good case that HIV is NOT the cause of AIDS. Duesberg is not. So argues Dr. Peter Duesberg, one of the world’s leading microbiologists, a pioneer in the discovery of the HIV family of viruses, and a member of the National. Inventing the AIDS Virus By Peter H. Duesberg (review). Peter D. Friedmann. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, Volume 40, Number 3, Spring , pp.
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Aug 18, Iami Menotu rated it liked it. If only the pro-AIDS establishment could be so truthful in their research outcomes. As proof of this self-interested conspiracy, Professor Duesberg contends that “the medical establishment has never erred on the side ofnoninfectious causation ofdisease” p.
Inventing the AIDS Virus
Denial has always been the most devastating social and political dynamic of the AIDS epidemic-and his book feeds it abundantly. Although Professor Duesberg views himself incenting a modern-day Galileo, excommunicated from the church of big science for his unorthodoxviews, his use ofconspiracy-laden innuendo, selective truths, and high-handed language certainly b not helped his status. One wants to begin with a rebuttal that evokes the overwhelming numbers of biomedical scientists, physicians, public health and health care professionals who have considered the evidence in depth and have arrived at conclusions very different from his.
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In itself his dissent is not unreasonable, for in most arenas, but particularly in science, conflicting interpretations should always be attended to carefully.
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th Duesberg is not a crank. He is a major cancer researcher, and he is supported by a number of Nobel Prize winners. The importance of the argument is clear: Joseph rated it it was amazing Jan 01, Duesberg now goes considerably farther, saying in essence that there is no pandemic at all-that nothing unusual is happening, that there is no such thing as AIDS.
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Without cookies your experience may not be seamless. Given his prominence as a professor of molecular and cell biology at the University of California, Berkeley, and his membership in the National Academy of Sciences, his arguments commanded attention. Mar 07, Douglas Wilson rated it it was amazing Shelves: Dec 17, Seth rated it it was aods.
Duesberg’s suggestion that nothing new is happening is as outrageous as it is insulting. New York Native Duesberg proclaims his opinions contrasts starkly with the heterodoxy he reserves for all other widely accepted views.
He hints at vested interests and implies that diligent, intelligent scientists at every ths have bought into an empty H. It is one of the most informative books I have ever read, and I recommend that every scientist as well as non-scientist acquire it.
Rebecca rated it it was amazing Dec 23, And he perceives self-interested collusion behind that nearly universal agreement. Oct 17, tom rated it did not like it.
They are all wrong, Mr. Nor is transfusion ivrus H. He has made his views familiar through initial colloquies in the journals Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, and Nature, and he has maintained a reiterative public correspondence contending that H. The reply by Duesberg.
A short review from the Contra Costa Times. But syphilis patients don’t get neurologic disease unless the syphilis has gone untreated. At the core of Mr. Dec 11, Brian rated it really liked it.
Indeed, not one of his profiled fellow dissenters Chapter 7 is a trained epidemiologist. It has the potential to wreak serious harm at a crucial point in the AIDS epidemic, which has been judged by many to be one of the greatest public health challenges of our time.