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Peter Duesberg

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In 2000, Duesberg was the most prominent AIDS denialist to sit on a 44-member Presidential Advisory Panel on HIV and AIDS convened by then-President Thabo Mbeki of South Africa. wiki

Duesberg (co-)authored three books. 'Infectious AIDS: Have We Been Misled?' which is a collections of his main papers. He is the editor of 'AIDS; Virus or Drug Induced?', a compilation of dissident articles. And his latest story, the book 'Inventing the AIDS Virus' (Regnery USA, 1996) with a foreword by Kary Mullis.


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Criticism

  • Goertzel, T. (2010). "Conspiracy theories in science". EMBO Reports 11 (7): 493–499.
  • Cohen, J. (1994). "The Duesberg phenomenon". Science 266 (5191): 1642–1644. see The Controversy over HIV and AIDS
  • Maddox, J. (1993). "Has Duesberg a right of reply?". Nature 363 (6425): 109–199.
  • Chigwedere P, Seage GR, Gruskin S, Lee TH, Essex M (October 2008). "Estimating the Lost Benefits of Antiretroviral Drug Use in South Africa". Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes (1999) 49 (4): 410.

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References

  1. Alive and Well AIDS Alternatives Advisory Board, organizational web page, accessed October 11, 2013.
  2. Rethinking AIDS Board, organizational web page, accessed August 13, 2018.