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To: Pikamax
Duesberg lost his funding, his laboratory, and his students when he announced in 1987 that HIV doesn't cause AIDS. "He lost everything," said one insider. Duesberg switched to cancer research, and is now touted to win a Nobel Prize.

Of course, he was subsequently and overwhelmingly proved wrong about HIV not being the primary cause of AIDS. In this matter, he was on the phlogiston side of the debate.
33 posted on 03/19/2004 8:04:46 AM PST by aruanan
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To: aruanan
I hadn't heard there was any proof yet. It seems to be the global warming of the medical world.

Here's Duesberg's version of being proved wrong:
http://www.duesberg.com/faq.html

No one involved in research is given funding if they don't believe in the HIV theory of AIDS. No one has done the necessary studies to show HIV and AIDS are related. The numbers don't even make sense. If there are a million people in the USA with HIV, and HIV has a ten year latency for death there should be (and thank God there are not) about 100,000 deaths per year from AIDS. It is not happening. Karposi's Sarcoma, one of the AIDS diseases, is caused by amyl and butyl nitrate abuse, not HIV. But the CDC is not even requiring testing to show the HIV is present in an AIDS death anymore.

AIDS is a political disease.

DK
44 posted on 03/19/2004 9:23:08 AM PST by Dark Knight
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