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AIDS and the Ecology of Poverty
by Eileen Stillwaggon
Poverty and malnutrition as prime factors in Third-World AIDS
Oxford University Press Hardback, 2005
AIDS Cult, The
by John Lauritsen and Ian Young (Eds.)
Role of physchological, social, and cultural factors
Asklepios Paperback, 1997
AIDS War, The
by John Lauritsen
The subtitle: "Propaganda, Profiteering and Genocide from the Medical-Industrial Complex" says it all.
Asklepios Paperback, 1993
AIDS: A Second Opinion
by Gary Null & James Feast
An investigative reporter's comprehensive survey
Seven Stories Press Hardback, 2001
Apocalyptics, The
by Edith Efron
A thoroughly researched revelation of how political ideology has corrupted cancer research in the United States.
Simon & Schuster Paperback, 1984
Body Electric, The
by Robert O. Becker & Gary Selden
Electromagnetism and the foundation of life
Harper Paperback, 1998
Get All the Facts: HIV Does Not Cause AIDS
by Mohammed Ali Al-Bayati
Investigation and indictment of the effects of toxic antiviral drugs by a California-based pathologist, toxicologist, and AIDS dissident.
Toxi-Health International Hardback, 1999
Infectious AIDS
by Peter H. Duesberg
A collection of thirteen articles originally published in scientific journals that call into question the dogma of infectious AIDS.
North Atlantic Books Paperback, 1995
Inventing the AIDS Virus
by Peter H. Duesberg
A comprehensive case, presented by perhaps the most qualified and persistent challenger of the mainstream HIV theory of AIDS.
Regnery Publishing, Inc. Paperback, 1996
Myth of Heterosexual AIDS, The
by Michael Fumento
Dismisses the claim that was being repeated everywhere at the time of the book's publication that AIDS had "broken out" into the heterosexual population -- or that it ever would.
Regnery Publishing, Inc. Paperback, 1993
Oncogenes, Aneuploidy and AIDS
by Harvey Bialy
"A scientific life and times of Peter H. Duesberg." Harvey Bialy, himself a biochemist, interweaves the story of Duesberg's personal experiences with a broader view of how politics, money, vested interests, and an over-reliance by much of t
North Atlantic Books Paperback, 2004
Origin, Persistence and Failings of HIV/AIDS Theory, The
by Henry H. Bauer
Irreconcilability of commonly held assumptions with the published data.
McFarland & Company Paperback, 2007
Poison By Prescription
by John Lauritsen
The AZT story
Asklepios Paperback, 1992
Positively False: Exposing the Myths Around HIV and AIDS
by Joan Shenton
Shows the HIV=AIDS=Death dogma which has wrongly acquired the force of certainty to be riddled with flaws.
I.B.Tauris Hardback, 1998
Rethinking AIDS
by Robert Root Bernstein
A critical reappraisal of AIDS research that shatters conventionally unquestioned assumptions and reopens the fundamental questions of what is really known.
Free Press Paperback, 1993
Science Sold Out: Does HIV Really Cause AIDS?
by Rebecca V. Culshaw
A mathematician's reasons for changing her position and quitting AIDS research
North Atlantic Books Paperback, 2007
Serious Adverse Events: An Uncensored History of AIDS
by Celia Farber
Twenty years of reporting by a skeptical AIDS journalist
Melville House Paperback, 2006
What If Everything You Thought.
by Christine Maggiore
A powerful deconstruction of the popular AIDS myths.
American Foundation for AIDS Alternatives Paperback, 2002
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