By Peter Duesberg, Kary Mullis
"[Duesberg] is de facto right in asserting that not anyone has confirmed that AIDS is as a result of the AIDS virus. And he's totally right that the virus cultured within the laboratory will not be the reason for AIDS."
Dr. Walter Gilbert, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1980, Hippocrates
"Peter Duesberg has fought with braveness and tenacity to tug a reluctant medical group again to AIDS sanity considering detecting falsehoods within the HIV tale greater than a decade in the past. His efforts have earned him a lot own abuse, yet may possibly eventually store numerous lives."
Neville Hodgkinson, former editor of The London Sunday Times
"Dr. Peter Duesberg's braveness and his publication Inventing the AIDS Virus will keep thousands of lives. he's not just one of the few humans on the earth certified sufficient to work out during the clinical 'AIDS scam,' yet he's the single person who has sacrificed his occupation to save lots of the realm from it."
Tony Brown, host of PBS' Tony Brown's Journal
"Duesberg, no matter what else you might imagine of him, is surely a fierce and hugely disciplined scientist of the old fashioned. He doesn't settle for incomplete hypotheses or 'guilt via organization' as general elements of recent virology. His one-man, ten-year campaign opposed to sloppy technological know-how within the conflict opposed to AIDS is totally instructed during this hugely readable book."
Richard Strohman, Professor Emeritus, mobilephone & Molecular Biology, UC Berkeley
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In 1881, the Italian doctor Majocchi was first to isolate a bacterium from both spoiled corn and the blood of patients. Several more scientists discovered that this microbe was the same as a previously identified bacterium found in potatoes, and that the rotten mass of corn contaminated by this germ could cause diarrhea in dogs, though not in other animals. However, unlike Majocchi, they could not find the bacterium in the blood of pellagrins, instead finding it growing in the intestines of all humans, including those without disease.
By July of 1970 he had already compiled enough data to draw several important conclusions: 96 percent of SMON victims had definitely taken clioquinol before the disease appeared, and those with the most severe symptoms had taken the highest doses of the medication. The number of SMON cases throughout Japan, moreover, had risen and fallen with the sales of clioquinol. This clioquinol hypothesis explained all the strangest features of the SMON syndrome, such as its preference for striking middleaged women, its absence in children (who received fewer and smaller doses of the drug), and its symptomatic differences from typical viral infections.
But other evidence actually indicated hoth syndrOlyes to be noninfectious: Whereas SMON struck middle-aged women more than any other group, AIDS showed an extreme bias for young men in their twenties to their forties, mostly heroin addicts and homosexuals. SMON, as it turned out, resulted from the use of a prescription drug for the early symptoms of SMON itself, a fact so horrifying to doctors that the possibility was repeatedly cast aside whenever 28 • INVENTING THE AIDS VIRUS the evidence would emerge.
Inventing the AIDS virus by Peter Duesberg, Kary Mullis