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Science Sold Out: Does HIV Really Cause AIDS?

really liked it 4.00  ·  Rating Details  ·  12 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
There are many well-established scientific reasons that the HIV/AIDS hypothesis is highly doubtful. In Science Sold Out, Rebecca Culshaw describes her slow uncovering of these reasons over her years researching HIV for her work constructing mathematical models of its interaction with the immune system. It is rare that a researcher who has received funding to study HIV ever ...more
Paperback, 112 pages
Published January 2nd 2007 by North Atlantic Books
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Jan 05, 2008 Sally rated it really liked it
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Brings up many problems in AIDS/HIV research and science that are not talked about, or actively ridiculed, in the media. It's good to raise issues instead of having a monolithic dogma, especially when there is so much self-interest (espeically financial) on the "respectable" side. Worth reading even if you don't agree with the author's points.
Apr 26, 2010 Hermonta rated it it was amazing
Very short book, almost pamphlet length by a Mathematician who did her PhD in modeling HIV. I would put it with Serious Adverse Events as an nice intro to the question of whether or not one should believe that HIV really causes Aids. She finally just became fed up that the numbers just could not be made to work. 1)The mortality rate of those on Anti Viral drugs due to testing positive for HIV being several times higher than those who have tested positive for HIV and it was left untreated. 2)Peop ...more
Feb 08, 2011 Tori rated it it was ok
Made it about half way through this one. I was once again distracted by other books. Her arguments are interesting, but some of the points she made seem way off... Just because someone has a PhD doesn't mean you should always believe them, especially if their PhD is in mathematics and they are trying to write about virology and immunology. I trust the scientists who actually work with the virus over one who just goes around looking at numbers or trying to model the virus.
Mar 19, 2010 Thepythoniccow rated it really liked it
Written in a casual style, by someone who seems to have a good heart and excellent mind. Not the first book to discredit the official story on AIDS, but one of the more enjoyable to read, most recent and quite perceptive.
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