HIV Twenty-Eight Years Later: What is the Truth? – Gary Null

The Pain, Profit and Politics of AIDS Part 1

 HIV Twenty-Eight Years Later: What is the Truth?

Gary Null, PhD

December 3, 2012


In the May 4, 1984 issue of the prestigious journal Science, one of the most important research papers of the last quarter century was published. “Frequent Detection and Isolation of Cytopathic Retroviruses (HTLV-III) from Patients with AIDS and at Risk for AIDS” would rapidly become the medical Magna Carta for the entire gold rush to develop diagnostic methods to identify the presence of HIV in human blood and to invent pharmaceutical drugs and vaccines in a global war against AIDS.


This paper, along with three others published in the same issue of Science, was written by Dr. Robert Gallo, then head of the Laboratory of Tumor Cell Biology (LTCB) at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) in Bethesda, Maryland, and his lead researcher Dr. Mikulas Popovic. To this day, this article continues to document the most cited research to prove the HIV hypothesis in scientific papers and places like the nation’s Centers of Disease Control (CDC) website.

For virologists, molecular biologists and other infectious disease researchers, particularly those tied to the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries and the national medical and health institutions, the news of Gallo’s discovery was manna rained down from heaven. All research into other possible causes for the AIDS crisis ended abruptly. As soon as the winds shifted away from earlier efforts to find the cause of AIDS —people’s lifestyles, immune suppressing illicit drug use and other health risks and illnesses that adversely affect the body’s immune system — to that of a single new virus, the case was closed. Constructive scientific discourse and debate between those who quickly adopted the new HIV belief and this view’s opponents, whose numbers in the scientific community continue to grow, would never occur again.


Twenty-eight years later, US federal funding for cornering the elusive virus has reached $27.7 billion. This is a far cry from the $100 million awarded HIV research in 1984. Yet surprisingly, there remain very few conclusive results showing any significant progress has been made to isolate and understand HIV let alone to guarantee any relation it might have to AIDS. Rather, a review of the scientific literature and epidemiology suggests a prediction may slowly be unfolding. Dr. Kary Mullis, Nobel laureate and inventor of Polyermase Chain Reaction (PCR), a critical technology for studying genetic code fragments, has stated, “Years from now, people will find our acceptance of the HIV theory of AIDS as silly as we find those who excommunicated Galileo.”


Many medical scientists throughout the world have scrutinized the HIV hypothesis objectively and have come to the conclusion that there are many unanswered questions about how one retrovirus can cause by itself all 30 AIDS related conditions. The theory’s continued wide acceptance may be simply due to sloppy science and wishful thinking that staying the course will lead scientists in the right direction and will corroborate Gallo’s hypothesis eventually. That has yet to happen yet.


However, what if the hypothesis is not just based on bad science but is in fact something more insidious? What if there is truth behind the words of Dr. Bernard Forscher, former editor of the US Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, who claims the HIV hypothesis “is a hoax that became a scam”?


In late August 2008, the investigative work by award-winning British journalist and filmmaker Janine Roberts was brought to my attention. Her book, Fear of the Invisible: How Scared Should We Be Of Viruses and Vaccines, HIV and AIDS? (Impact, 2008) has generated a stir in the HIV/AIDS research community, but has yet to reach the greater public. Ms. Roberts spent over a decade on several continents exploring the history of HIV science and interviewing those prominent scientists who have challenged its conclusions. But most important Roberts carefully reviewed the original draft research article, with Dr. Gallo’s handwritten changes—some that were clearly erroneous—and comments that would eventually become the famous announcement to the world that a retrovirus has been discovered and isolated and is the cause of AIDS. Although John Crewdson procured a copy of the document through the Freedom of Information Act and reproduced it in his book Science Fictions: A Scientific Mystery, a Massive Cover-Up and the Dark Legacy of Robert Gallo (Little and Brown, 2003), connecting the dots proving that Gallo never at any time detected and isolated a retrovirus in the samples tested, which would have been absolutely essential for associating it with any disease. This stunning revelation was missed until Roberts put the paper under closer scrutiny. The only conclusion that I can draw from Roberts’ meticulous evaluation of this manuscript is that Gallo’s research and conclusions were distorted.


We are fortunate to have this scribbled up manuscript rather than it having been shredded before or during later Congressional investigations charging Dr. Gallo with scientific misconduct during the early 1990s. Gallo’s lead researcher and the lead author of the paper, Dr. Popovic, had the foresight to protect his own scientific integrity for having reported their laboratory’s research accurately. Being cautious, Popovic sent a copy of the original draft with Gallo’s handwritten changes to his sister living in Austria for safekeeping. In the event of any future legal investigation, Popovic could retrieve the document. In fact that occasion did arise during the course of the Office of Scientific Integrity’s (OSI) investigation into Gallo’s research at the LTCB.


If in fact the experiments in Gallo’s laboratory at the NCI utterly failed to detect and isolate a retrovirus for AIDS, the implications are enormous. If the starting equation is utterly false then everything that follows is fundamentally useless. Dr. Gallo, nevertheless, continues to be one of world’s most respected leaders in the HIV/AIDS global community, lecturing to the most prestigious scientific and international assemblies to continue the “war on AIDS”, and inspiring countless young and seasoned scientists to continue this pursuit based on his initial hypothesis. If the entire HIV equals AIDS paradigm is founded on faulty science, then Dr. Gallo’s studies and most of those following in its footsteps contribute to the largest and most costly errors in medical science. It would have resulted in countless numbers of people being falsely diagnosed with HIV and subsequently administered some of the most dangerous drugs ever invented.


While I had always known serious questions have been raised against Dr. Gallo’s scientific methodology, his publications and public pronouncements, and frequent condemnations against his detractors, seeing for the first time actual evidence showing that he altered the research in order to claim he “isolated” an AIDS causing retrovirus just days prior to submitting his paper to Science compelled me to report it to the media. Four years ago, I hosted a press conference over my radio broadcast on NPR in New York City to engage Janine Roberts and another invited guest, Prof. Andrew Maniotis, a professor of Cell Biology at the University of Illinois at Chicago, on a thorough exploration of Roberts new findings.


Janine Roberts recreated the events leading to the development of the infamous Science paper. During the period that Popovic was composing a draft of the paper, Dr. Gallo was away in Europe “to boast that they had already discovered the AIDS virus,” Roberts writes, before the research was completed. He had also arranged for his discovery to be published in Science. Therefore, to preserve his scientific reputation—he had already failed in other pursuits to prove retroviruses (HTLV-1 and HTLV-2) were the cause of a rare forms of human T-cell leukemia—it was essential for Gallo to live up to his monumental declarations to the world’s awaiting scientific community. As events unfolded, he would not disappoint them.


A brief review of the most critical changes and comments made by Gallo in Popovic’s draft prove that his laboratory never discovered an AIDS-causing retrovirus is necessary. Gallo has already been accused and reprimanded for concealing his use of the Institut Pasteur’s sample as the basis for his discovery. In fact, Gallo’s handwritten changes are what tipped off OSI investigators about his intentions to hide his use of the French samples in his experiments.

When Gallo returned to the US and read Popovic’s studies’ results and conclusions, he must have been shocked. His comment in a margin, “This abstract is rather trivial for a putative breakthrough paper in Science,” sets the tone for his concerted rewriting of the research claims and conclusions.


Popovic’s original title was “Rescue and Continuous Production of Human T-Cell Lympotropic Retrovirus (HTLV-III) from Patients with AIDS.” Gallo’s new handwritten title would be “Detection, Isolation and Continuous Production of Cytopathic Retroviruses (HTLV-III) from Patients with AIDS and Pre-AIDS.” “Continuous production” simply refers to successfully growing the virus in a culture, which was really the experiments’ only accomplishment. In the actual Science article, “continuous production” was also dropped from the title.


Identifying the retrovirus as “cytopathic,” meaning the retrovirus is responsible for the degeneration and death of cells, in particular killer T-cells, was necessary in order to make the claim that HTLV-III was the cause of AIDS. (Later the American HTLV-III and the French LAV viruses would be given the common name Human Immuno-Deficiency Virus or HIV during the litigation settlement between the two research teams over who discovered the retrovirus first.) However, as Roberts observes there is nowhere in the paper “experiments to prove their virus killed T-cells.” Aside from the prevailing assumption that HIV is a cytopathogen, a retrovirus has never been shown conclusively to kill T-cells nor has any retrovirus ever been shown to be a causal agent for disease in humans. This has been the unwavering view of one of the world’s leading retrovirus experts, Dr. Peter Duesberg at the University of California at Berkeley. After many years of laboratory research, Duesberg concludes, “I’m not afraid that HIV exists, because I think retroviruses are not much to be afraid of…. HIV is just a latent, and perfectly harmless, retrovirus.”


During the 1970s, Gallo searched in earnest to find a retrovirus (HTLV) as the causal agent of a rare form of human T-cell leukemia without success. To this day, researchers continue to hunt in the dark to discover just how HIV destroys T-cells. According to Roberts, “Gallo was on a rescue mission. He was trying to rescue his hypothesis that retroviruses were major causes of human diseases. He had failed to prove they were a major cause of cancer. He now wanted to prove they caused AIDS.”


Later in the paper, Popovic had typed “Despite intensive research efforts, the causative agent of AIDS has not yet been identified.” Gallo crossed out this sentence. Prior to Roberts’ review no one had drawn attention to this sentence’s replacement line in the final Science article: “that a retrovirus of the HTLV family might be an etiological agent of AIDS was suggested by the findings”. In addition, Popovic wrote that it was only an “assumption” that a type of HTLV was the cause of AIDS. Gallo changed this word to “hypothesis,” thereby elevating the scientific magnitude of the paper from mundane to momentous.


Janine Roberts reviews the primary experimental methods and interpretations in the Gallo/Popovich manuscript to show the faulty logic the investigators relied upon to arrive at their conclusion they had detected a retrovirus causing AIDS. For example, the research depended upon measuring the activity of an enzyme called Reverse Transcriptase (RT) in the cultures under investigation. According to Roberts’ research, Gallo believed RT was “a weapon used by an invading retrovirus to attack our DNA.” Before 1984 it was known that RT is found in every living cell, including the debris from destroyed cells and in all retroviruses. Moreover, as Roberts notes, Popovic added chemicals to the cell cultures to provoke RT activity. Despite this, measuring RT activity was one of the primary reasons for the researchers to conclude they detected a retrovirus. But now we know that “RT is a vital enzyme that has shaped our DNA over millions of years of evolution.”


Finally, Roberts brings attention to the interpretation of the electron microscope photos of Gallo’s retrovirus published in Science. Four days before Gallo was to submit his article, he received a letter from Dr. Matthew Gonda, Head of the Electron Microscope Laboratory at the NCI, giving his professional assessment of the images. Dr. Gonda wrote, “I would like to point out that the ‘particles’… are in debris of degenerated cells… I do not believe any of the particles photographed are HTLV I, II or III…. No other extracellular ‘virus like’ particles were observed.” Disregarding Dr. Gonda’s interpretation of the images, the photos were nevertheless submitted for publication.


In preparation for the broadcasted press conference, I emailed Dr. Etienne de Harven in Paris, Professor Emeritus from the University of Toronto, one of the world’s foremost authorities on electron microscopy and a leading medical scientist. In response to my question whether there was any time during his long outstanding career in medicine when he had ever observed an HIV retrovirus from an electron microscope, he replied, “I never observed one single particle of retrovirus in any of the thousands of samples of human leukemic, cancerous and AIDS related samples I studied under the electron microscope between 1956 and 1993 (the time of my retirement).”


Earlier in 2008, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, wrote an essay “Twenty-Five Years of HIV” in Nature. The title is an indirect reference to the prevailing assumption that Dr. Robert Gallo at the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Maryland, and Dr. Luc Montagnier at France’s Institut Pasteur simultaneously discovered HIV, as the cause for several autoimmune disease symptoms that were grouped under the umbrella term AIDS.


During a recent interview conducted by the International AIDS and Vaccine Initiative, commemorating a quarter century of HIV research, Dr. Fauci stated, “There are some unique characteristics of HIV that relate directly to our inability, at this point, to develop a vaccine. The most important is that we do not know what a protective immune response would be because, astoundingly, there isn’t a single documented case of anybody who has developed an established HIV infection and then spontaneously eradicated the virus.” Fauci did not mention the much more astounding fact that during the past 28 years of HIV research, where is a single HIV retrovirus isolated from an AIDS patient? If in fact this has been accomplished, then the retrovirus could be photographed under an electron microscope. Where are these photographs taken directly from the blood of an AIDS patients? Opinions abound for how and why HIV acts like a disease-causing phantom in the body and scientists continue to hunt for a retrovirus. However, any scientist who stops, questions and suggests the entire HIV hypothesis might be nothing more than a quest for ghosts are categorically denounced by the prevailing scientific HIV/AIDS community.


For Dr. Fauci to state that no one who has developed HIV infection and then had the retrovirus eradicated misses the main point. Instead, it should be asked, has anyone with full blown AIDS had their health condition restored? The answer is yes. And repeatedly so. But all such success stories of reversing AIDS have been accomplished without recourse to antiretroviral drugs. Fauci also omitted to note that despite the implication that HIV inexorably leads to AIDS and death, even mainstream researchers have an acronym, Long-Term Non-Progressor (LTNP), to describe people who live for many years without adverse health consequences from HIV and without taking AIDS drugs.


Today, we are witnessing a surge of funding throughout the AIDS research community, heavily backed by the NIH and CDC, pharmaceutical investors and lobbyists, and opinion leaders like Bill Gates and Bill Clinton, to develop a vaccine against HIV. If such a vaccine were ruled effective by the FDA, theoretically, the next step would be widespread mandatory vaccination across the nation. We might even require possession of government issued cards as proof of vaccination. This is not an entirely illusory scenario. At this moment there are politically and financially motivated efforts to push Glaxo’s Human Papillonoma Virus (HPV) vaccine, Gardasil, on state legislatures to make it mandatory for young girls before entering high school. Many serious questions have been raised concerning Gardasil’s safety by the FDA. In the meantime, thousands of young girls and women have suffered serious adverse effects, including paralysis, lost of consciousness, and at least 110 reported deaths, after receiving the vaccine. The vaccine has only been shown to generate antibodies, not reduce the risk of cancer.


According to Dr. Andrew Maniotis, approximately sixty HIV vaccine trials have been executed so far. Each has failed dismally. The most notorious of these trials was the AIDSVax vaccine conducted by GenVax President, Dr. Donald Francis, in Thailand. Ever since Dr. Gallo’s pseudo-discovery, Francis has pursued the development of an HIV vaccine with the missionary zeal of a necon warrior. His Thailand trials resulted in increasing the HIV positivity among those who received the vaccine compared to the placebo group. Nevertheless, after many years of immense funding and nothing important to offer, Dr. Francis and his biotech firm were generously rewarded $877 million to develop an anthrax vaccine for the military.

The views and research of the many medical researchers who find serious flaws in the science to support the HIV hypothesis can be summarized easily. There is no diagnostic test with the specificity to singly target HIV. There is no antiretroviral drug that doesn’t also seriously compromise the human immune system and further threaten individuals with other life-threatening illnesses. And there is scant research proving that HIV is readily sexually transmitted. Nor is there proof that people who become HIV-positive but have none of the commonly associated health risk factors (such as drug or blood product use) are more likely to get sick than the average healthy person. This does not add up to much of an achievement for the HIV/AIDS advocates who preach the faith of Dr. Gallo and his close colleagues’ faith.


What will come as a surprise to many readers is that in 1993 the CDC redefined the criteria for diagnosing a person with AIDS. No longer does a person have to show symptoms of illness; instead, a CD4 count of less than 200 is sufficient for being diagnosed with AIDS, even if a person feels perfectly healthy. This systematically increased the number of AIDS patients dramatically across the nation as well as increasing the numbers of the “infected” heterosexual population in the national health agencies’ statistics. The science to support such predictions is as magical as any medieval exorcist employed by the Inquisition to prove the existence of a demon. To just give one sample, excessive exercise will lower CD4 count. I have trained thousands of people to compete in the New York City Marathon over several decades. On one occasion, I had almost 100 people in my training groups—each lived a healthy vegetarian lifestyle and was drug free—have their blood drawn prior to a marathon and again had it drawn upon completion. In all cases, their CD4 count was around 200 or below compared to normal counts before the race.


Today, the walls between the opposing sides of the HIV argument continue to climb. Those who deny HIV causes AIDS are often viciously attacked with the words worthy of the most ardent demagogue from a pulpit. HIV “denialists” or “dissidents,” as they are frequently called, have been compared to pro-fascists who deny the Holocaust ever occurred. For Dr. de Harven, “Dominated by the media, by pressure groups and by the interests of pharmaceutical companies, the AIDS establishment lost contact with open-minded, peer-reviewed science since the unproven HIV/AIDS hypothesis received 100% of the research funds while all other hypotheses were ignored. How many efforts, how many billions of research dollars have gone up in smoke?”


An excellent example of the breakdown in scientific discourse that is now the norm for HIV/AIDS scientific debate took place between the zealous HIV/AIDS advocate Professor John Moore at Cornell University, and The Perth Group, an international group of scientists located at the Royal Perth Hospital in Australia, who have consistently challenged the HIV hypothesis for many years with their own research. As reported by Roberts, the Perth scientists were simply citing academic evidence disproving the dominant belief in the cause of AIDS. Prof. Moore’s curse response was simply, “I despise you and your fellow AIDS denialists, and I regard your level of ‘scientific analysis’ as pitiful and laughable.”


It goes to show that a blind faith in a particular dogma of medical science can display many of the same signs found in the worst of cultic behavior. In its intellectual stagnation, AIDS science has retreated to a threatened embattlement, fighting by any means its opponents who might bring down its towering edifices of a hypothesis built on quicksand.


I have heard so many times from people within the orthodox AIDS community that any challenge whatsoever is tantamount to AIDS denialism, and yet hundreds of articles in the peer-reviewed scientific literature show that there are inaccuracies, inconsistencies, and out-and-out falsehoods being perpetrated within that orthodox community. What follows is but a random sample of recent AIDS research showing how they have been wrong on the important issues and continue to defend grossly flawed positions. Also included are a list of over 2,700 notable physicians, scientists and health freedom advocates who have raised doubts over the official HIV/AIDS paradigm. To my mind, the mainstream stance on this issue does not represent science or help those afflicted but rather defends the merits of a grossly misguided medical ideology.



AIDS Since 1984: No Evidence For A New, Viral Epidemic – Not Even In Africa


  • Likewise the CDC reports a steady 1 to 1.5 million of HIV-positive Americans since 1985 (see pages 186 and 191 above, and Duesberg et al. 2003). Since immigration of HIV-positives is banned, this indicates that the mortality of average American HIV-positives is close to normal. Furthermore, a study of the US Army reported recently that about 5% HIV-positive soldiers (Renzullo et al., 2001) “through an experiment of nature” developed no AIDS for up to 20 HIV-antibody-positive years without anti-HIV treatments.


  • But since the Army’s study did not investigate the use of recreational drugs, although the majority of American AIDS patients have used recreational and anti-viral drugs (Duesberg et al., 2003, see also Introduction), it is possible that the AIDS-free HIV-positives were those who had used neither recreational nor anti-viral drugs. …Thus the CDC, the WHO and the US Army provide evidence that supports our demographic evidence that HIV is a passenger virus.


  • The predicted epidemiological pattern of mortality associated with the putative new AIDS virus never showed up in South Africa or anywhere else in Africa between 2000 and 2005. On the contrary, the African population doubled during the HIV-AIDS era, despite high prevalence of HIV. Our findings that there is no evidence for a new fatal HIV-AIDS epidemic in Africa have thus resolved the paradox that HIV would cause a general AIDS epidemic in Africa, but not in the rest of the world – namely by the absence of said epidemic.


Source: AIDS Since 1984: No Evidence For a New, Viral Epidemic–Not Even In Africa.Ital J Anat Embryol. 2011 ;116(2):73-92.


On the Risk of Contracting Aids at the Dissection Table


  • Since the beginning of the AIDS epidemic it was postulated that health care workers were at at risk of being exposed to HIV and developing AIDS and, consequently, HIV serophobia became widespread among health care professionals including those working in mortuaries. …. However, occupational exposure to HIV is uncommon, and the overall risk of seroconversion after contact with HIV positive blood is extremely low.


  • It is calculated that, on average, 99.7% of health care workers, who are exposed to HIV will not be infected.



Source: On the risk of contracting AIDS at the dissection table. Ital J Anat Embryol. 2009 Apr Sep ;114(2-3):97-108.




Mis-Steps in Science and the Epidemiology of HIV and of AIDS


  • When the army started HIV testing of recruits in 1985, they found that from all across the country, teenage girls tested positive just as often as teenage boys. But AIDS first appeared in a few big cities among gay men. What supposedly caused it, HIV, was supposed to have come into the US in the late 1970s. It couldn’t have spread across the country like that within a few years so that girls would be as often infected as boys. Anyway, if it had spread like that, then there ought to have been AIDS cases among teenage girls, and there weren’t. That same peculiarity among teenagers has been seen ever since then, in every social group. I couldn’t understand what was going on, so I looked at all the published data from HIV tests in the United States, and kept finding more signs that HIV tests don’t detect something that’s infectious.
  • For instance, the estimated number of infected Americans has remained at about the same level while the total number of AIDS cases has kept increasing.
  • HIV and AIDS also affect black and white Americans quite differently. Again the relative incidence of AIDS has changed steadily and dramatically, while for HIV there’s no sign of any trend. AND the geographic distribution of HIV has been the same for decades, and the same in all social groups
  • So: in groups as varied as new mothers, military recruits, disadvantaged youth in the Job Corps, blood donors, and overall at testing places, the distribution over the US is about the same and has stayed that way for 20 years or more. No infectious disease stays distributed in so much the same way in every social group and over a period of twenty years.


Source:  Bauer, Henry H. “Mis-Steps in Science and the Epidemiology of HIV and of AIDS” Powerpoint Presentation, Virginia Tech University. 2012



Human Endogenous Retroviruses and AIDS Research: Confusion, Consensus, or Science?


  • AIDS epidemiological data have been further confused by several consecutive changes in the official definition of the syndrome, and have failed to support the current HIV=AIDS dogma.
  • The hypothesis of an exogenous retrovirus “HIV” causing AIDS appears unsupportable by the scientific evidence concerning molecular markers, EM findings, ARV drugs, and epidemiology. However, two intriguing findings deserve further attention: the identification of genomic retroviral sequences in AIDS patients’ blood (“viral load”) and the EM demonstration of retroviruses in cord blood lymphocytes. Simply concluding that “HIV does not exist” is not sufficient unless alternative, satisfactory explanations for these two observations are found.
  • As emphasized years ago by Papadopulos, Lanka, and others, there is no scientifically verifiable evidence to confirm the existence of a hypothetical exogenous HIV. However, stating simply that “HIV does not exist” is an incomplete statement that fails to explain the complexity of HIV/AIDS research. To that statement, one should always add that HERVs have heavily interfered with HIV/AIDS research in a way that cannot be ignored. Adequate understanding of HERVs as confounding factors opens the way to a better, more objective analysis of AIDS research. Finally, the question as to whether HIV exists, or of whether researchers have been studying a harmless passenger virus, is a question that should be subject to open debate and careful consideration of scientific evidence or lack thereof. Alternative explanations for findings should be decided by the scientific evidence, not by consensus. The advancement of our understanding of AIDS demands nothing less.


Source: de Harven, Etienne. Human Endogenous Retroviruses and AIDS Research: Confusion, Consensus, or Science? Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons. Fall 2010; 15 (3)



Identification of Differentially Expressed Proteins in the Cervical Mucosa of HIV-1-Resistant Sex Workers (Evidence that prostitutes are not a risk group for HIV)


  • A subset of 140 women out of a total of over 2000 participants from the Pumwani Sex Worker cohort have been identified to be relatively resistant to HIV-1 infection. Previously described resistance mechanisms, such as delta-32-CCR5 polymorphisms, have been discounted in this population as their cells are readily infected in vitro and this genotype has not been detected in this group


Source: Burgener A et al. Identification of Differentially Expressed Proteins in the Cervical Mucosa of HIV-1-Resistant Sex Workers. J Proteome Res. 2008 Aug 16.


Gary Null, Ph.D. is host of the nation’s longest running radio program on nutrition and alternative medicine, a NY Times bestselling author, and a documentary filmmaker. His 2007 award-winning documentary AIDS Inc interviews Nobel laureates, medical academics, AIDS scientists and activists speaking out against the current evidence to conclude that HIV causes AIDS.


Press Release December 9, 2008


Top Scientists Ask Journal Science
To Retract Original AIDS Papers
SAN FRANCISCO (Rethinking AIDS) Dec. 9, 2008—The international nonprofit scientific organization Rethinking AIDS gave its full support today to 37 senior researchers, medical doctors and legal professionals who are requesting that the medical journal Science withdraw four seminal papers on HIV authored by Dr. Robert Gallo—papers widely touted as proof that HIV is the “probable cause of AIDS.” An online posting of the letter can be found here.

“With new findings that undermine the scientific integrity and veracity of Gallo’s four papers, the entire basis of the theory that HIV causes AIDS may now be questioned,” says Rethinking AIDS president David Crowe.

The letter to the journal comes at a time when the microbiology world is abuzz about Gallo’s omission from the 2008 Nobel Prize in medicine for the discovery of HIV, contrary to an international agreement that the two teams should share credit. French scientists Drs. Luc Montagnier and Francoise Barré-Sinoussi are instead to be given the award, a decision that also implicitly questions the scientific integrity of Gallo’s claim of the discovery. Montagnier, however, admitted on camera more than a decade ago that his experiments did not purify any virus.

The four papers were originally published on May 4, 1984, a few days after a press conference by Gallo announcing he had discovered the “probable cause of AIDS.” Now, a British investigative journalist has shown that Gallo’s claim was based on last-minute alterations to documents that make false claims about the results of his lab work and research experiments. The letter to Science sent by the 37 experts on Monday, Dec. 1, 2008, includes a copy of Gallo’s handwritten changes to the article, a letter from an electron microscopy expert indicating that Gallo’s samples did not contain any virus, and a letter from Gallo to a researcher verifying that HIV could not be purified directly from human materials.

The investigative conclusion prompting the letter to Science was made by journalist Janine Roberts, author of Fear of the Invisible, a book that examines the origin of several disease theories. “I was shocked when I read the original draft of the key scientific paper now widely cited as proving HIV causes AIDS,” says Roberts. “Gallo’s handwritten last-minute changes had reversed what the scientists in his lab had originally concluded. This demonstrates a stunning disregard for the scientific process and a very disturbing breach of public trust.”

It is clear that the seminal research published on HIV contained unjustified claims and alterations. In 1993, governmental investigators determined Gallo had so poorly recorded his key and much-cited experiment that it was impossible to repeat and verify it.

In the early 1990s, several highly critical reports on the research underlying Gallo’s papers were produced as a result of governmental inquiries working under the supervision of scientists nominated by the National Academy of Sciences and the Institute of Medicine. The Office of Research Integrity (ORI) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services concluded that the lead paper of the four was “fraught with false and erroneous statements” and that the “ORI believes that the careless and unacceptable keeping of research records . . . reflects irresponsible laboratory management that has permanently impaired the ability to retrace the important steps taken.” Further, a Congressional Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations produced a staff report on the papers, containing scathing criticisms of their integrity.

Rethinking AIDS — an international group of more than 2,600 scientists, doctors, journalists, health advocates and others — offers several eminent medical and scientific experts to comment on this and other AIDS issues currently in the news:

Etienne de Harven, M.D.*
Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto
Saint Cézaire, France
Member and professor in cell biology, Sloan Kettering Institute, New York, 1956-1981. Isolated and obtained the first electron microscopic studies of the murine Friend leukemia virus, and retroviral budding. Frequent critic of the “isolation” of HIV, and past president of Rethinking AIDS. Dr. de Harven can comment on the science of retrovirus isolation.

Janine Roberts
Investigative Reporter
Bristol, U.K.
Author, Fear of the Invisible, a recent book exposing the fraud in the drafting of one of the original 1984 Science articles by Robert Gallo.
Web site:

Media Contacts:

David Crowe*
President, Rethinking AIDS
Calgary, Alberta, Canada (Mountain time zone)
1-403-289-6609 (office)
1-403-861-2225 (mobile)

Elizabeth Ely
Public Relations Chairperson
Rethinking AIDS
Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S. (Eastern time zone)
1-718-704-9672 (mobile)

*Rethinking AIDS board member.

Rethinking AIDS: The Group for the Scientific Reappraisal of the HIV/AIDS Hypothesis (“RA” or “the Group”) was formed in 1991 to express the concerns of a growing number of renowned scientists and medical doctors about HIV research and the resulting human rights abuses. In 1995, by a letter published in Science, the Group called for a thorough reappraisal of the existing evidence for and against the HIV/AIDS hypothesis and recommended that critical epidemiological studies be undertaken.

Among RA’s founders and key members are University of Toronto professor emeritus and former cancer researcher Dr. Etienne de Harven; Harvard microbiologist Dr. Charles Thomas; 1993 Nobel laureate for chemistry Dr. Kary Mullis; Nature/Biotechnology co-founder Dr. Harvey Bialy; University of California at Berkeley molecular biologist Dr. Peter Duesberg and the late Yale mathematician Dr. Serge Lang, both members of the National Academy of Sciences; physicist Eleni Papadopulos-Eleopulos of the Royal Perth Hospital in Australia; and Glasgow University professor emeritus of public health and World Health Organization consultant Dr. Gordon Stewart.



The 2,729 doubters:

Last updated November 7, 2010.

This is not a petition, it is a compilation of notable people whose doubts about Aids are publicly known (more details at the end).

New and updated entries from the last three months are shown in red. Limitations on the beliefs of those who question only key parts of the Hiv theory are shown in brackets.

Some names on this webpage have been blacked out because AIDS Inc. apparently feels threatened by public exposure of the tremendous dissent to their very profitable HIV theory, so they are contacting people and pressuring them to request removal from this page.

If you think you belong on this web page please email us.


Kofi Ababio. Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Addis Ababa University, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Ono A. Abada. MSc (Economics). Country Director, Pan African Educational Services (PANAFES), Cape Town, South Africa.

Jeanette S. Abel. MD, Portland, Oregon.

Folarin Abimbola. Medical student, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, Nigeria.

Dr. Richard Ablin. PhD (State University of New York). University of Arizona Department of Immunology. Author of over 300 scientific papers.

Sherif Aboelhadid. Institute of Graduate Studies and Research, Alexandria University, Egypt.

Laila Abubakar. Researcher, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Dept., International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE), Nairobi, Kenya.

Jotham Achineku. Engineer, Ikeja, Nigeria.

Zdenka Acin. PhD, Journalist, Author, Former Editor of the Yugoslavian magazines Duga and Intervju. Toronto, Canada.

Leonardo Acosta. Journalist, Author of more than a dozen books, Havana, Cuba.

Dr. Kofi Ada-re. London, United Kingdom.

Dr. Marie Adams. ND, Bastyr University, Seattle, Washington.

Jad Adams. MA, Author, The HIV Myth.

Mark Adams. Faculty Member, Department of Mathematics and Computing Science Faculty, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, Canada.

Mike Adams. Holistic nutritionist. Author of thousands of articles, interviews, consumer guides and books on topics covering health and the environment. Executive director of the Consumer Wellness Center in Tucson, Arizona. [visit website]

Dr. PAK Addy. PhD, head of clinical microbiology at the University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana [Says Aids in Africa is exaggerated and the Hiv tests kill people due to the mental turmoil a positive result causes, which leads to physiological immune depression and suicide]

Dr. ‘Ayo Adeboye. Physician, Nigeria.

Gabriela Adelstein. Translator, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Tamiru Adisu. Pharmacist, Alexandria, Virginia.

Martin Adjuik. MSc, Biostatistician, WHO Fellow, Navrongo Health Research Centre, Ghana.

Karin Wiedmer Aebersold. Homeopathic doctor, Hefenhofen, Switzerland.

Dr. Madhu Agarwal. Homeopathic physician, Nagpur, India.

Vahagn Agbabian. D.O., Pontiac, Michigan.

Paolo Agliano. PhD, Dept. of Mathematics, University of Siena, Italy.

  1. Antonio Aguilar B. Instituto Nacional de Ecologia, Mexico City, Mexico.

Humberto Aguirre. Aids Educator, Psychologist, Atlanta, Georgia.

Dr. Kofi Agyapong. Sons and Daughters of Africa, Washington DC.

Festus Agyei. PhD Student, Institute of Environmental Sciences, Miami University, Ohio.

Naseer Ahmad. MD, MA, DSc, Toronto, Canada. Author, The Man From Atlan (1974).

Sina Ahmadi. Medical Student, Tehran, Iran

Syed Masud Ahmed. Physician, MBBS, MPH, Senior Medical Officer, Research and Evaluation Division, BRAC Centre, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Dr. Hyung Jun Ahn. Seoul, South Korea

Mabili Ajani. Broadcast Journalist, Tampa, Florida

Vladimir S. Ajdacic. PhD, Nuclear Physicist, Belgrade, Yugoslavia

Patricia Akeman. R.N., Goleta, California

Charles Akemann. PhD, Professor of Mathematics, University of California, Santa Barbara

Crystal Aker. MEd., Mathematics instructor, Wright State University, Ohio

Titilola Akindele. Medical Student, Howard University, Washington DC

Dr Yele Akinrolabu. Lagos, Nigeria

Shreepad Akolkar. MD, DPH (Dipl Public Health), FRIPHH, Pune, Maharashtra, India

Dr. Mohammad Ali Al-Bayati. PhD, Toxicologist and Pathologist, California. Author, Get all the facts: HIV does not cause AIDS. [visit website]

Joyce Y. Al-Mateen. Medical Records Director, Cottondale, Florida

Alejandro Alagon Cano. MD, PhD, Researcher, Departamento de Medicina Molecular y Bioprocesos, El Instituto de Biotecnología UNAM, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Fernando Alameda. Engineer, Bogotá, Colombia

Kleber Alanis. Engineer, St. Petersburg, Florida

Claudio Alatorre Frenk. PhD. Institute of Engineering, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. Co-ordinator, the Large-scale Renewable Energy Development Project of Mexico’s Ministry of Energy.

Carlos Escudero Albarrán. Morelia, México. President, Mexican Association for the Scientific Reappraisal of AIDS. Author, VIH La puerta a la iluminación (Hiv, the door to illumination)

Kiason Albaxter. PhD, Georgetown School of Public Policy Studies

Mirco Alberti. Naturopathic Physician, Bologna, Italy

Hansueli Albonico. MD, Langnau, Switzerland

Kathryn Albritton. MSc, Brooklyn, New York

Gloria Margarita Alcaraz López. PhD, Professor of Public Health and Nutrition, Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia

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Morris Alexander. Senior Public Prosecutor, Pietermaritzburg Magistrate’s Court, South Africa

Barry R. Alexavich. Cell Biologist, Bristol, Connecticut

Helman Alfonso. MD, Director of Research, Universidad Metropolitana Barranquilla, Colombia; Author, in Spanish, The Great Fiasco: AIDS Is Not Caused by HIV

Jamila Ali. RNC, NP, Registered Nurse, Nurse Practitioner, New York

Kassahun Ali. Engineer, Alexandria, Virginia.

Anita Allen. Journalist, former Science Writer, The Star, Johannesburg, South Africa

Max Allen. Journalist, Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC)

Steve Allen. Journalist for ABC and CBS; filmmaker who has made two documentaries on AIDS: ‘The Surrogate Marker’ and ‘HIV Equals AIDS: Fact or Fraud?’ [visit website]

Jack Allis. MSc Clinical Psychology. Registered Marriage & Family Therapist in California. Author of Infinity’s Children and Masters of Destiny [visit website]

Hadas Almany. Pharmacist. Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Ricardo Almeida. Visiting Professor, Ecological issues, Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester, New Hampshire

Manuel Almendro. PhD in Psychology, Spain

Nicholas Altenbernd. Academic Administrator, Writing and Humanistic Studies Dept., MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Miguel Alvarez. Professor of Literature, Shanghai, China

Sanyakhu-Sheps Amare’. MA, Executive Director, National Electronic Clearinghouse Center (NECC); Adjunct instructor, New Hampshire College, Graduate School of Business


Kebedech Ambaye. Anthropologist, Technical Officer, United Nations Population Fund, New York

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Roger Ambiel. Nurse teacher, Zurich, Switzerland

Jeanne Ambruster. Medical consultant, Arizona.

Otieno Amisi. Education Degree. Post Graduate Journalism Diploma. Journalist, Poet. Nairobi, Kenya. [visit website]

Serafino Amoroso. ND, PhD, DAHom, New Jersey Center for the Healing Arts, Red Bank, New Jersey

Prayoga Anand. Registered General Nurse and Professional Social Worker. Amsterdam Medican Centre, Netherlands.

Emmanuel Anastasopoulos. MD, PhD, Athens, Greece

John B. Andelin. MD, Mercy Hospital, Williston, North Dakota

Ken Anderlini. MFA, PhD student, former lecturer at Simon Fraser University, film maker. Aldergrove, BC, Canada.

Serena Anderlini-D’Onofrio. PhD, Professor of Humanities, Interdisciplinary Scholar, University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez. Author, Gaia and the New Politics of Love (2009) and Eros: A Journey of Multiple Loves (2007). [visit website]

Frank Anders. MD (Retired). Colonel, US Army Medical Corps (Retired).

Christine Anderson. DC, DICCP, D Hom. Los Angeles.

Darryl Anderson. MD, Jersey City, New Jersey

Mark Anderson. DC, Orlando, Florida

Mark K. Anderson. MS Physics, Science Journalist, Northampton, Massachusetts

Víctor Andrade Sotomayor. MD, Past President of the Peruvian Society of Alternative and Complementary Medicine

Frantz Andre. JD, LLM, SJD. Medical Law & Ethics Professor, Taylor Business Institute, Loyola University, Chicago.

Dr. S.E. Andrejickas. Toronto, Canada

Annie Andrey. Alternative Health Practitioner. Durban, South Africa.

Michel Andrillon. Editor of Votre Sante (Your Health) magazine, Paris, France

Pierre Andrillon. Editor in Chief, Votre Santé, Paris, France

Marcos Andrin. Lawyer in Government Administration. Graduated from Catholic University of Argentina, Buenos Aires

Ioannis Andriopoulos. Bachelor of Law, Masters in International Relations. Hellenic Center for Mental Health and Research of the Ministry of Health. Greece.

David Ang. Clinical Professor, Singapore

Nthobi Angel. MSc, Director of Communications, Office of The Presidency of South Africa

Flavia Angelico. Documentary Film Maker, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Valerio Angelini. Veterinarian. Italy.

Rich Angell. Writer; Editor, Circumcision Information Network. Missoula, Montana

Douglas Angulo. Mathematician, Biostatistician, Caracas, Venezuela

Heather Anthony. MA, Yonkers, New York

Philipp Anwer. Graduate Student in Biochemistry, Boston University

Antonio Eduardo Araujo Miranda. MD, Madrid, Spain

Jose Pedro Arce. Biologist, Ensenada, Mexico

Delia Arellano. Journalist, El Bravo newspaper, Matamoros, Mexico. President, COFRES (Brotherhood Counsel of Health and Hope)

Lore Aresti. Psychoanalyst, Mexico City, author VIH=SIDA=MUERTE? (Hiv=Aids=Death?)

Montse Arias. Journalist, Director of the Spanish version of the journal The Ecologist and of the newsletter Vida Sana, press reporter of Biocultura, Spain

M.A. Armenteros. N.D., Naturopathic Physician, Downey, California

Janet S. Arnold. MD, Family Physician, Richland, Washington

Halton Arp. BS Harvard University, PhD, California Institute of Technology. Astrophysicist, Max-Planck-Institute for Astrophysics, Munich, Germany; awarded the Helen B. Warner Prize of the American Astronomical Society, the Newcomb Cleveland Award of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Alexander von Humboldt Senior Scientist Award; President of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 1980 to 1983. Author of The Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies, Quasars, Redshifts and Controversies and Seeing Red: Redshifts, Cosmology and Academic Science

Alessandro Arsie. PhD Mathematical Physics, currently working as Post-doctoral researcher at UCLA, Los Angeles, California

Angel Lopez Arteaga. Electrical and Electronic Engineer, Madrid, Spain

Christopher Asaro. PhD, Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Entomology, University of Georgia

Thomas Ashton. LLB, Victorian Bar, Australia.

Obey Nkya Assery. MA (Econ). PhD Candidate, School of Economics, University of Cape Town, South Africa

Dr. Raymond Kimika Assumani. President, Centre D’education Et De Formation Integree, Genève, Switzerland and Uvira, Zaire

Francesco Attena. Professor of Hygiene, Department of Public Health, Second University of Naples, Italy.

Elizabeth Attig. Registered Nurse, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania

Claude Aubry. Physician, Florida

Trina Augello. Student of Oriental Medicine, Kissimmee, Florida

Niels Auhagen. MD, Berlin, Germany

  1. Austin. MSc, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

K.C. Avarind. Student MSc, Microbiology, Chennai, India

Dr. Bernardo Avila. Sabadell, Spain

Keidi Obi Awadu. (aka The Conscious Rasta), Writer, Documentary film maker, Los Angeles. Author of over 20 books including Aids Exposed

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Steve Ayorinde. Editor, The Comet Newspaper, Lagos Nigeria

Jose Manuel N. Azevedo . Departamento de Biologia, Universidade dos Acores, Portugal

Aka Babatunde. Constitutional Lawyer, Lagos, Nigeria

Emmanuel Babissagana. MA, Legal Theorist, Yaounde, Cameroon

Laurence Bacchus. Diploma in Naturopathy, Auckland, New Zealand

Eric Bach. Nurse, Director, School of Holistic Health, Brussels, Belgium

Anthony Bacic. PhD, Perth, Australia

Dr. Lawrence Badgley. MD, San Francisco. Author, Healing Aids Naturally

Salah Badjou. PhD, Physics, Research engineer, Lancaster

Ankomah Baffour. Journalist, New African Magazine

Graziano Baiesi. MD, Bologna, Italy

Anuka Baijoo. Research Chemist, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa

Andrew Bailey. BAHons (Natural Sciences), Cambridge.

Pamela Bailey. Certified Legal Assistant, Wichita, Kansas

Clark Baker. Director, Office of Medical & Scientific Justice. LAPD (1980-2000). Private Investigator. [visit website]

James C. Baker. PhD, Santa Rosa, California

Jeff Baker. MA, former Immunology grad student, Northwestern University Medical School; Advanced Placement Biology Teacher, Auburn Hills, Michigan

Richard B. Baker. CGS, MRP, Rochester, New York

Robert D. Baker. DVM, Veterinarian, Lagunitas, California

Chinmaya Bal. Medical Student, Bashkir Medical State University, ufa, Russia

Begoña Balaguer. PhD, Valencia, Spain

Lord Baldwin. Joint Chairman of Britain’s Parliamentary Group for Alternative and Complementary Medicine

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Sharadendu Bali. MD, MBBS, Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, Santosh Medical College Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, India

Michele A. Ball. MSW, EAV cert, Psychotherapist, Kingston, Canada

Gustavo Ballejo Olivera. MD, PhD, Professor Associado, Farmacologia, Ginecologia e Obstetrícia, Faculdade de Medicina de Ribeirão Preto, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil

Miguel Angel Ballen Segura. Postgraduate Marine Biologist. Granada University, Spain.

Dr. Rudolph Ballentine. MD, former Professor of Psychiatry at Louisiana State University; President of the Himalayan Institute for 12 years and Director of its Combined Therapy Department for 18 years. Author of the book, Radical Healing

Ralph Ballerstadt. PhD, Biotechnologist, Palatine, Illinois

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Nancy Turner Banks. MD (Harvard), MBA. Author of AIDS, Opium, Diamonds, and Empire. Specialist in Obstetrics/Gynecology.

Dr. Nguyen-phuoc Bao-quy. Medical Practitioner, MBBS FRACGP MACNEM, Sydney, Australia

Peter Baratosy. PhD, MBBS, Dipl. Acupuncture, Dipl. Clinical Hypnotherapy; Physician, Fellow of the Australian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine; Author, Can you really believe what your doctor tells you? and There is Always an Alternative

Claudio Barbaranelli. Associate Professor of Methodology, Department of Psychology, University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy

Sandi Levy Barbero. MSW, Las Vegas, Nevada

Claudio Bardella. London School of Economics, UK; Author, Pilgrimages of the Plagued: Aids, Body and Society

Andries Sechaba Bareetseng. PhD, Bloemfontein, South Africa

Maria Pia Barile. PhD, Professor of Biochemistry, University of Bari, Italy

Martin Barnes. Master’s Degree UC Davis. Journalist, publisher of The Flatlander, Davis, California (bimonthly).

Diego Barone. Engineer, Bergamo, Italy

Jose Barrera. Technical Engineer, Seville, Spain

Shawn Barrere. Health Care Professional, Mesa, Arizona

David Bartell. Science Fiction writer, BA, Astrophysics

Mark Bartlett. Microbiology Technologist, Communicable Disease Investigator, Toronto, Canada

Larry Barton. MA, Technology Liaison, University of North Dakota

Eugen Bartuska. Specialist Anaesthetist, DEAA, Berlin, Germany

Pranay Barua. MBA, Kobe, Japan

Robert W. Bass. PhD, Johns Hopkins, Rhodes Scholar, Professor of Physics and Astronomy, Brigham Young Univ., Provo, Utah: Senior Editor, Kronos, A Journal of Interdisciplinary Synthesis

Farouk Bassa. Asst. Professor, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, University of Durban-Westville, South Africa

Shamita Basu. PhD, Lecturer, The Institute of Development Studies, Calcutta, India. Former Professor of Political Science, Calcutta University. Author, Religious Revivalism as Nationalist Discourse (Oxford, 2002)

Fereydoon Batmanghelidj. MD, St. Mary’s Hospital Medical School of London University. Author, Your Body’s Many Cries for WaterABC of Asthma, Allergies and LupusWater Cures: Drugs Kill and other books

Giovanni Battista Baratta. Professor of Astronomy, Osservatorio Astronomica di Roma, Italy

Angelo Battiston. D.C., Cape Town, South Africa

Dr. Henry Bauer. PhD, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry & Science Studies and Dean Emeritus of Arts & Sciences at Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University; Former Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Scientific Exploration; Author, The Origin, Persistence and Failings of HIV/AIDS TheoryFatal Attractions: The Troubles with ScienceScientific Literacy and the Myth of the Scientific MethodScience or Pseudoscience: Magnetic Healing, Psychic Phenomena, and other heterodoxies and other books. [visit website]

Eleen Baumann. PhD, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Director of Undergraduate Studies, University of Oregon

Michael Baumgartner. Secretary General, International Forum for Accessible Science (IFAS)

Amando Bautista. PhD student in Biology, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Jaime Bayona-Prieto. PHT, NRH, Universidad de Pamplona, Colombia

Greg Beattie. Author, Vaccination – A Parent’s Dilemma. Forest Hill, Australia

W.H. Beauman. Environmental chemist, Chicago, Illinois

Alejandro Becerra. MA, Mesa, Arizona

Henry A. Becker. PhD, Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada. Awarded the Isaak-Walton-Killam Prize from Canada Council, 1992.

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Luc Bélisle. Journalist, Montreal, Canada

Alain Guy Bellhomo. Dipl.-Ing., Engineer, Wilhelmshaven, Germany

Eros Belliveau. Research Study Asst., Univ. of Washington Dept. of Medicine, Div. of Allergy & Infectious Diseases

Carsten Bellon. PhD, Engineer, Federal Institute of Materials Research and Testing (BAM), Berlin, Germany. Author, Computersimulation radiographischer Prüfverfahren

Lorenzo Beltrame. Avionic Radar System Engineer, Milan, Italy

Dr. Richard Beltz. PhD, inventor of AZT, Professor of Biochemistry, Loma Linda University, California [Says leading Aids drug AZT is too toxic and should not be used]

Rosina Benatzky. Author, Rosina, so wurde ich gesund (Rosina, So I got Healthy). Austria.

Caio Benevolo. MA, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

André-Pierre Benguerel. PhD, Professor Emeritus, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

German Benitez. MD, Director, Asociacion Medica Homeopatica de Colombia, Bogotá

Luis Benítez-Bribiesca. MD, Unidad de Investigaciones Oncológicas, Hospital de Oncología, Mexico City

Wes Bennet. Editor, Qnortheast Magazine, New York

Terry M. Bennett. MD, MPH.

Pietro Mariano Benni. Attorney, Documentary Film Maker. Journalist for ANSA (Italian News Agency) and many Italian magazines; formerly editor-in-chief of Reader’s Digest (Italian edition). Managing Consultant for Missionary Service News Agency. Rome, Italy

Jean Marc Benoit. MD. Family and Emergency Physician. Ottawa, Canada.

Andrew A. Benson. PhD, La Jolla, California

Gregory Benvenuti. Engineer, Johannesburg, South Africa

Christopher Berg. Dartmouth-educated astronomer and author of AMAZEing Art: Wonders of the Ancient World. Berkeley, California

Richard M.A. Berger. DDS, Berkeley, California

Slava Berger., Faculty of Health Sciences, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.

Arthur Berken. MD. Author, Is the human immunodeficiency virus really the initiator of human immunodeficiency? (letter) New York State Journal of Medicine (February 1988).

Dr. David Berner. MD, physician and hemophiliac, Condon, Montana

B Bernhard. Master of Public Health, Germany

Herbert Bernstein. DDS, Clinical Associate Professor, Oral Surgery, University of Miami, Florida

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Bruno Berthelet. CA de l’AFUL [Board director of the French Linux and Free Software User’s Association]

Françoise Berthoud. Pediatrician, Homeopath. Lucinges, France. Author of Qui aime bien, vaccine peu! (Who loves a lot, vaccinates little!), Mon enfant a-t-il besoin d’un pédiatre? (My infant needs a pediatrician?), Hyperactivité et déficit d’attention de l’enfant : Comprendre plutôt que droguer (Hyperactivity and ADD in a child: Understanding not drugs) and several other books.

Tom Bethell. Author, researcher, Hoover Institution, Palo Alto, California

India Bharti. MSc Biochemistry, Melbourne, Australia

Tathagata Bhattacharya. MA, Journalist, The Pioneer, New Delhi, India

Uday Bhawalkar. PhD, Biochemical engineering, Maharashtra, India

Harvey Bialy. PhD. Founding and scientific editor, Nature Biotechnology (1983-1996). Resident Scholar, Institute of Biotechnology/Autonomous National University of Mexico (1996-2006), Member, South Africa Presidential Aids Advisory Panel (2000-present). Author of Oncogenes, Aneuploidy and AIDS: A Scientific Life & Times of Peter H. Duesberg.

Enrica Bianchi. Biologist, Bologna, Italy

Luca Biasco. Researcher in Pediatric Leukemia, S.Orsola/Malpighi Hospital, Bologna, Italy

Hans Bicker. Biologist, Willemstad, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles

Robert Bielik. Engineer, Uppsala, Sweden

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Anatole Bihina. Journalist and Novelist; Author, Secret d’enfance, Yaounde, Cameroon

Laura Elena Billiet. Psychologist, Buenos Aires, Argentina; author, HIV-Sida. La época de Inmunodeficiencia (HIV-AIDS. The era of immunodeficiency)

Lloyd Billingsley. Editorial Director, Pacific Research Institute, San Francisco; Author of many books and articles on public policy, education, and other issues

Irwin H. Binder. MS HRD, Fort Wayne, Indiana

Antonio Bindi. DDS, MSD, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Robert W. Birge. PhD, Berkeley, California

Florian Birkmayer. MD, University of New Mexico

Ashley P. Biscoe. MPH, Public Health Educator. Chicago, USA.

Paul Bishop. Architect, San Diego, California

Bill Bissell. MA, Seattle, Washington

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Christopher Black. LLB (Osgoode Hall). International Criminal Lawyer, Toronto, Canada. Member of Rwanda War Crimes Tribunal. [visit website]

Inez Blackburn. Faculty, University of Toronto at Mississauga

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Shelly B. Blam. PhD, Alameda, California

Raymond Blanchette. Engineer, Brossard, Canada

John S. Blankfort. DDS, San Francisco, California

Wolf Blazejczak. Engineer, Berlin, Germany

Robert Bleakney. PhD, Religion and Social Ethics, Worcester, Massachusetts

John Bleau. Mathematician, Computer Programmer, Translator, Quebec City, Canada

Uwe Blesching. PhD (Higher Education and Social Change). Western Institute for Social Research, Berkeley, California

Burgert Blom. MSc, Dept of Chemistry, University of Cape Town, South Africa

Peter Blum. Hypnotherapist, Woodstock, New York

Seth Blumencranz. Mechanical Engineer, Huntington, New York

Julie Blyth. Medical Librarian, Royal Perth Hospital, University of Western Australia

D.K. Boateng. Medical Practitioner. Lusikisiki, East Cape, South Africa

Kwabena Boateng. MD, Chicago, Illinois

John Bobo. HIV Peer Educator, New York

Helmut Walter Boehnke. Heilpraktiker, Alternative Medicine, Berlin, Germany

Pantelis Bolanis. Doctor, Microbiology Department, Oncology Hospital Georgios Gennimatas of IKA, Athens, Greece. [visit website]

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Ronald K. Bolton. MA. Retired Public Health Inspector. Gave advice to the British government in 1987 at its first inquiry into AIDS. London, UK.

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Erik Boni. Editor, Firenze, Italy

William Bonner. MSW, Highland Park, Alabama

Francesco Borghini. MD, Istituto San Raffaele, Rome, Italy [Says Hiv not sufficient to cause Aids]

Kevin Borick. QC, Lawyer, Adelaide, Australia. President of the Australasian Criminal Lawyer’s Association

Rochus Börner. PhD, Mathematics, Arizona State University. Science writer [visit website]

Giuseppe Borzì. PhD, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, University of Messina, Italy

Drs Lodewijk Bos. MA, Utrecht, Netherlands. Founder of the International Council on Medical and Care Compunetics, ICMCC

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Dorothy L. Bosworth. PhD, Carlsbad, California

Lluís Botinas. PhD student, Barcelona, Spain. President of the NGO Plural-21, Asociación para el cuidado de la vida en un planeta vivo (Association for the care of life on a living planet)

Alexandru Botu. Engineer, Bucharest, Romania

Rhoda-Mary Bowell. Journalist, Dublin, Ireland

Claude Bowen. Director of Human Resources, Minority Aids Project, Los Angeles, California

Maja Boxhorn. Instructor in Veterinary Homeopathy, Asthanga Research Institute for Homoeopathy, Hagen bei Murnau, Germany

Colin Brace. Writer/Editor, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Len Bracken. Author and novelist: Shadow GovernmentThe East is BlackFreeplay and other books

Nanette Bracken. Attorney, Ridgefield, Connecticut

Dr. Lawrence Bradford. PhD, Associate Professor of Biology, Benedictine College, Kansas

Bruno Braeckman. Traditional Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture practitioner, former Chairman of the Belgian Acupunctors Federation (1983-1997), Gent, Belgium

Mack M. Braly. MA, J.D., Adjunct Professor of Evidence, University of Tulsa Law School, Oklahoma

Jacopo Junio Valerio Branca. University of Florence thesis, New Insights into the Role of HIV in the Aetiology and Pathogenesis of AIDS. Italy.

Gerrit Brand. PhD, University of Utrecht, Netherlands

Mary Brand. Former US Dept. of Agriculture Consumer Safety Inspector. Red Springs, North Carolina

Martien Brands. MD, PhD, Senior lecturer, Dept. of Primary Care, University of Liverpool; Free University, Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Michael L. Bransome. MD, Stockholm, Sweden.

Christopher Branstetter. MA, Brooklyn, New York

Maurizio Braucci. Novelist, Naples, Italy. Author, Il mare guasto, which won the Premio Arezzo, the Premio Ultima Frontiera Volterra and the French Prix du livre Arte Mare Bastia awards

Tucker Brawner. DPM, Savannah, Georgia

Dan Bredemann. Playwright, director, TV writer, journalist, lecturer at Fordham University

Dr. Andrei Shawn Brennan. Medical Ethicist, Edmonton.

Kelly Brennan-Jones. PhD, Associate Professor of Psychology, SUNY Brockport, New York, USA

Paul Brennan-Jones. Consulting Engineer. Rochester, New York

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Victor Monge Briceño. Psychologist. San José, Costa Rica.

William Briden. PhD, Instructor in Mathematics, University of Rhode Island

Brian E. Briggs. MD, Minot, North Dakota.

Ian Brighthope. MBBS, DipAgrSc, MATA, FACNEM, Australia, President of the Complementary Healthcare Council of Australia and the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine; author, The AIDS Fighters [Says Aids can be cured by Nutritional Supplements]

Anthony Brink. Advocate of the High Court, Cape Town, South Africa. Author, Debating AZT and The Trouble with Nevirapine. Chairman of the Treatment Information group (

Pierre Brisson. Editor, L’usage des drogues et la toxicomanie, Montreal, Canada

Sandi Brockway. Founder Macrocosm USA, Writer/Editor, Cambria, California

Dr. Stuart Brody. PhD, Adjunct Research Associate Professor of Medical Psychology, University of Tubingen, Germany. Author, Sex at Risk [Says Hiv is not transmitted by penile-vaginal sex and that “everyone’s at risk” is “the big lie”]

Christina Bromme. Instructor, University of British Columbia, Canada

Andy Brook. Engineer, Gloucestershire, UK

Christopher Brooks. PhD, Geophysics, ANU, Vankleek Hill, Ontario, Canada

Dean M. Brooks. Engineering Physicist, founder of Ekaros Analytical, Vancouver, Canada

Natashya Brooks. Student of Oriental Medicine, Berkeley, California

Jordi Brotons. Retired Professor of Mathematics, Alcoi, Spain

François Brouers. Professor Emeritus of Physics, University of Liege, Belgium.

Darin C. Brown. PhD. Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Eastern New Mexico University

David Jay Brown. MA (Psychobiology). Author and science writer. Ben Lomond. California.

Douglas W. Brown. MD, Portland, Maine.

Janet Brown. PhD, UCLA, Los Angeles

Kevin Brown. Registered Nurse, Wichita, Kansas

Kevin B. Brown. Natural health advocate and consultant. Los Angeles. USA.

Paul Brown. J.D., MPP, Houston Texas

Raymond K. Brown. MD, author, AIDS, Cancer & the Medical Establishment.

Ronald Brown. Biology Teacher, Table Grove, Illinois

Tony Brown. MSW, Journalist, Founding Dean of the School of Communications at Howard University; Coordinator of the historic ‘Walk To Freedom’ March with Martin Luther King, Jr.; Producer and host of Tony Brown’s Journal on PBS; Advisor to the Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations; Author, Black Lies, White Lies

Wayne E. Brown. Registered Pharmacist, Houston, Texas

Lawrence Broxmeyer. MD. Author AIDS: What the Discoverers of AIDS Never Admitted[visit website]

François-Nicolas Brunaud. Ingénieur Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, Contrôleur des Transmissions, Ministère de l’Intérieur, Lyon, France

Dr. Paolo Brunetti. Società Editrice Andromeda, Bologna, Italy

Deanna Buck. Neuroscience Researcher, National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bethesda, Maryland, Blanchette Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute, Johns Hopkins University, Rockville, Maryland

Patrick Buck. Lecturer in Chemistry, University of Nebraska

Otto Buerckner. Heilpraktiker, Warstein, Germany

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Dr. Frank Buianouckas. PhD, Professor of Mathematics, City University of New York

Svetoslav Bulatov. MD, D.Hom, Johannesburg, South Africa

Derwin Michael Bullard. MS Ed in counseling; Doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology, Far Rockaway, New York

Dr. Robert A. Bullis. DVM, President, Southeastern Aquatechnologies Inc. Past Director of Animal Health, Advanced BioNutrition Corp, Maryland. Technical Director of Animal Health at The Oceanic Institute, Center for Aquaculture and Marine Biotechnology. Held academic positions at North Carolina State, Cornell University, University of Pennsylvania, Marine Biological Laboratory and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Author of more than 100 scientific papers, books, book chapters, and reviews. He provides reviews for Journal of Invertebrate Pathology, Comparative Medicine, the Journal of Marine Biotechnology and Journal of the World Aquaculture Society.

William Burchette. JD, Elkin, North Carolina

Roberto Burciaga. MA, Guadalajara, Mexico

David Burd. Science and Medical Technology Consultant, Chevy Chase, Maryland

Lydia Burdick. MSc, Clinical Psychology, New York. Author, ‘The Sunshine on My Face — A Read-Aloud Book for Memory-Challenged Adults’

Rudolf Burg. MD, Kirchstetten, Austria

John B. Burgin. DDS, Crowley, Louisiana

Ernesto Burgio. MD, Pediatrician, Palermo, Italy

Andrew Burgoyne. Hypnotherapist, Launceston, UK

Jennie Burke. MD, Sydney, Australia

Sara Burke. Graduate Student of Epidemiology, Boston, Massachusetts

Gordon Burns. PhD. Professor of Cancer Research, Previous recipient of federal AIDS funding, Newcastle, Australia.

Randall Burns. MSc, Washougal, Washington

Robert A. Burns. Graduate Student in Molecular Biology, University of New Brunswick, Canada

Elisabetta Burrone. Architect, Serravalle Scrivia, Italy.

Kayla Burrows. Drug Action Service, a drugs/AIDS hotline, Nassau, Bahamas

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Novosti Buta. Biochemist. Microbial Pathogenicity and Molecular Epidemiology Research Group, Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology, University of Fort Hare, South Africa

Jabulani Buthelezi. Engineer, Johannesburg, South Africa

Jacqueline Butler. PhD, Psychologist, Nashville, Tennessee

Peter J. Buxtun. San Francisco, Public Health Service venereal disease interviewer who blew the whistle on the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment

Michael Buyinza. MD, Psychiatrist, Buffalo, New York. Former NIMH fellow. Also MPH, completing a PhD in Public Health at New York University

Stephen C. Byrnes. PhD, Natural Therapist and Nutritionist, Honolulu, author, Overcoming AIDS with Natural Medicine

Liz Byrski. Author, Facing Cancer–Searching for Solutions and other books. Adjunct Teaching Fellow, Curtin University of Technology. Winner, CSIRO Award for Excellence in Science Journalism (1996), Fremantle, Western Australia

Guillermo Caba. Journalist, Spain

Ermenegildo Caccese. PhD, Mathematician, University of Basilicata, Italy

Marco Caceres. Co-founder, Project Honduras, Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Dr. Stephen Caiazza. MD, New York internist. In 1977-78 he held a research fellowship in immunology from the National Institutes of Health. Early in his career he was instrumental in getting the drug AZT released, an act he looked back on with regret

Marina Caldas. Medical Journalist, Lisbon, Portugal

Susan E. Caliri. DDS, Berkeley, California

Melinda Calleira. President, American Association of Science & Public Policy, Los Angeles, California

Rico Camacho. Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Oakland, California

Dennis Cambly. Managing Editor, Times 10 Magazine, Edmonton, Canada

Dan Cameron Rodill. Journalist, former correspondent for CBS News, New York City

Joseph Campbell. PhD, Nutritionist, Victoria, BC, Canada

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Andrea Campisano. Graduate Student, Biotechnology, Università degli Studi di Catania, Italy

Alvaro E. Campos. Attorney, Bogotá, Colombia

Dr. Nicolas Campos. Naturopathic physician, Chiropractor, Los Angeles, Degree in Molecular Biology from UC Berkeley

Jose Canas. Licensed Practical Nurse, Brentwood, New York

David Cann. PhD Candidate. Cambridge University. England

Alton L. Cannon. Attorney, Leitchfield, Kentucky

Mikhail Cannon. Nurse, Research Manager, Oncology Unit, Huddersfield Royal Infirmary, West Yorkshire, UK

Frank Cannonito. PhD, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, University of California, Irvine

Nghia Cao. MD, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Dominique Caouette . PhD, Cornell University; Asst. Professor, University of Montréal. Former Lecturer, University of Ottawa. Former Program Officer, Inter Pares

Peter Capainolo . MPhil, Adjunct Faculty, Dept. of Biology, City College of The City University of New York; Scientific Assistant, Division of Vertebrate Zoology – Ornithology, American Museum of Natural History, New York City; Research Associate, Long Island Natural History Museum

Roberto Cappelletti. MD, Specialist in Orthopaedics and Senior Surgeon, Hospital of Mezzolombardo, Italy. Former Director of Orthopaedic Department, Dodoma Regional Hospital

Russel Capra. Physicist, Porto Alegre, Brazil

Marco Mamone Capria. PhD, Mathematician, Historian of Science, Epistemologist. University of Perugia, Italy. Author of La costruzione dell’imagine scientifica del mondo (1999 – The construction of the global image of science), Scienza e Deomcrazia (2003), Physics Before and After Einstein (2005), Scienze, poteri e demecrazia (2006 – Science, Power and Democracy).

Joseph Capriotti. MD, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Jose Carboneras. Naturopathic medical practitioner, Valencia, Spain

Felipe Cárdenas Támara. MSc, H.D., Di Hom, Assoc. Professor of Ecology, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá, Colombia. Former Instructor, British Institute of Homeopathy. Author, ‘Manual de Gestión Ambiental’, ‘Paisajes culturales: enfoques antropológicos para la comprensión de la relación-ecosistema cultura’ and other books

Anne Carl. Law Student, Tuscon, Arizona. Recipient of the Andrew Silverman Community Service Award

Kent Carlander. Instructor, Santa Barbara College of Oriental Medicine, California

Dr. John Carlisle. Psychologist, Sheffield, UK

Alejandro J. Carmona. DDS, Mexico City

Casey Carter. MBA, Pinehurst, North Carolina

Rhys B. Cartwright-Jones. Attorney, Cleveland, Ohio

John Carville. Language Editor, International Peace Research Institute, Oslo, Norway

José Vicente Casas Díaz. MD, Secretary General of the Ministry of Social Protection, Colombia

Raffaele Cascone. PhD, Research Director, Henri Laborit Institute of Systemic Therapy, Rome, Italy

Bradford D. Case. DC. Practicing holistic doctor. Author of Why We’re Sick and What To Do About It. Holistic Healing Center, Prunedale, California. [visit website]

Doug Casey. Editor, The International Speculator, Author of the #1 NY Times bestseller, Crisis Investing. [Says he has seen no evidence of an Aids plague anywhere in Africa]

Leo Cashman. Health and Environmental Journalist; President, DAMS Intl. (Dental Amalgam Mercury Syndrome); Co-founder, National Health Freedom Coalition. Minneapolis, Minnesota

Fabio Casiroli. Founder, Systematica Italy; Teaches Urban Planning at Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Rob Cassteele. Engineer, Zuid-scharwoude, Netherlands

Chiara Castellani. MSc, Physics, Rome, Italy

Beatriz Castiglioni. Psychoanalyst, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Dr. Robert Cathcart. San Francisco, California

Hiram Caton. PhD, Ethicist, Head of the School of Applied Ethics at Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia [visit website]

Ivor Catt. MA, St. Albans, UK. Designer of innovative computer chips and founder of a unique theory of electromagnetism that argues, among other things, that capacitors should be viewed as part of a transmission line. His views on electromagnetism were heavily censored and he organized a conference on intellectual censorship in 2001. [visit website]

Sergio Cattani. Pharmacist, Trento, Italy

David Causer. PhD, Department of Medical Physics: Royal Perth Hospital. [visit website]

Federica Ceccarini. PhD, Psychology, Università degli Studi di Padova, Italy

Paolo Celli. Physicist, Parma, Italy

Jorge Chacon. Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico. Co-author, Estrategias de lectura: tecnicas para mejorar la velocidad y la comprension

Dr. Leon Chaitow. DO, ND, MRO, Osteopathic Physician, Naturopath, Acupuncturist, UK. Senior Lecturer, University of Westminster, London. Director of Research and Senior Therapeutic Advisor for the THERA (Therapy, Health Education and Research Association) Trust. Author of over 50 books including The Acupuncture Treatment of PainAmino Acids in Therapy andProbiotics

Asit K. Chakraborty. PhD, Omaha, Nebraska

Dipankar Chakrovorty. Journalist, New Delhi, India

Roland Chalifoux. DO, Neurosurgeon. President, Semmelweis Society International.

Camille Chalmers. Professor of Economics, Université d’Etát, Port au Prince, Haiti. Executive Secretary, PAPDA – the Platform for the Advocacy of Alternative Development in Haiti. Director of former President Jean Bertrand Aristide’s staff

Jack G. Chamberlain. PhD, Berkeley, California

Dr. Jimmy Chamorro. Honorable Senator, Colombian Republic (AIDS without HIV: A new path for researching in the next century)

Ching-Chee Chan. PhD in physical chemistry, University of Manchester, UK, 1967; AIDS researcher and writer, Canada

John Chandler. Filmmaker, Los Angeles.

Dennis Chaney. PhD, Chaney Scientific Inc. Burlingame, California

Mark Chanley. PhD, Department of Biological Sciences, University of North Texas

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Christine Charlton. Nurse, Norton, UK

Ronald M. Chase. MD, Physician, Hauppauge, New York.

Robert B. Chatelle. B.A., Harvard University; Writer, Boston, Massachusetts. Chair of the Political Issues Committee of the National Writers Union

Sunil Chauhan. MSc (Medical Biochemistry) from GB Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Uttranchal, India.

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Arturo Chavez. Biologist, State Secretary of Urbanism and Environment, Michoacan, Mexico

David Che. DDS, Chicago, Illinois

William Chegwidden. Medical Journalist/Translator, Le Mans, France

Mark Chen. Teaching Assistant, Psychology, University of Hull, UK

Ning Hsing Chen. PhD, Chemical Engineer, Miami, Florida

Dr. Paul Cheney. MD, PhD, internist, North Carolina

Nicholas D. Chester. PhD, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, Genetics Department, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts

Vishal Chhabra. Psychiatrist, Bangalore, India

Donna Chiarelli. Women’s Health Interaction, Ottawa, Canada. Co-author, Uncommon Questions: A Feminist Exploration of AIDS

Paul Chidester. MFA, Asst. Professor, Penn State University

Shih-Chang Chien. MSc, Chemist, National Taiwan University, Taipei

Wallace Chigona. PhD, Lecturer, University of Cape Town, South Africa

John Child. MA, Cape Town, South Africa

Mukai Chimutengwende–Gordon. Fifth-year medical student at Bristol University, England

Rupa Chinai. Journalist, The Times of India

Richard Chirimuuta. Co-author AIDS, Africa and Racism, Free Association Books, London, 1989

Suk Choi. MSc Candidate, Seoul, South Korea

Vivian Chong. News Editor, Ming Pao newspaper, Toronto, Canada

Frederick Chosson. PhD, Physics and Engineering Science, Toulouse, France

Ramesh S. Chouhan. PhD, MBBS, FICMCH, Himabindu Foundation, Bangalore, India

William Choulos. Attorney, San Francisco, California

Peter Chowka. Journalist, Writer, alternative medicine expert who has appeared on NBC, PBS, ABC and CBC. Former advisor to U.S. Congress Office of Technology Assessment, U.S. Senate Select Committee on Nutrition and National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of Alternative Medicine [visit website]

Lorna Christensen. MA, MSW., LCSW, Psychotherapist, La Jolla, California

Claudia Christian. MA, LPC, CACIII, Licensed professional counselor; addiction specialist, Denver, Colorado

Lynge Carlshollt Christiansen. PhD, Molecular Biologist, Copenhagen, Denmark

Mattheos Christoforidis. MD, Dept. of Neuropathology, University of Leipzig, Germany

Christo Christov. Dipl.-Eng. Engineer, Brno, Czech Republic

Christina Cianci. Molecular Biologist, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Prof. Guido Ciccarone. MD, Rome, Italy

Edward Cichowicz. MD.

  1. Rachael Cicone. Laboratory Manager, Boston, Massachusetts

Felix Cifire. PhD, Scientist, Molecular Tumor Genetics Group, Max-Delbruck-Center for Molecular Medicine, Berlin, Germany; formerly with Institute of Medical Virology, Charité School of Medicine, Humboldt University, Berlin

Gary Cifra. President, Alliance for Research Accountability, Los Angeles, California

Robert J. Cihak. MD, Harvard University, Past President, Association of American Physicians and Surgeons and a Discovery Institute Senior Fellow [Thinks Aids in Africa is greatly exaggerated, calls Aids alarmists ‘scaremongers’ and says that the cause of Aids remains ‘controversial’]

Randy Cima. PhD, Psychologist, Riverside, California.

Roger Clague. Private Tutor of Math and Science, Birmingham, UK

Frank Clare. Film Maker, San Francisco, California

Hulda R. Clark. PhD Physiology, ND, author, The Cure for HIV and AIDS and other books

Timothy J. Clark. RN, Lexington, North Carolina

Marlene Clarke. Western North Carolina Aids Project, Asheville

María Jesús Clavera Ortiz. MD, Pediatrician, Dipl. in Epidemiology and Environmental Health; Research Director, Niima Clinic, Barcelona, Spain; Associate, Medical Autism Center of Barcelona; Member, National Epidemiological Commission of the Toxico Syndrome

Sandra Clay. MA, Palos Verdes, California

John Claydon. D.Hom, Tunbridge Wells, UK

Xavier Clayton. Biochemistry/Toxicology Laboratory Technician at Stuivenberg and St. Erasmus Hospitals. Researching immune-boosting benefits of Selenium. Antwerp, Belgium.

Vittorio Clementi. Meteorologist, Rome, Italy

Olivier Clerc. Writer, literary agent and translator, specializing in health, consciousness, evolution, spirtuality, shamanism and well-being. Among others, the author of ‘Medicine, the new world religion’ [visit website]

Vernita Clinton. Grad. Student, Student teacher, Chemistry Dept., Western Illinois University

Matteo Codecasa. Engineer, Milano, Italy

Stephen Cody Coderre. BES (Eco-toxicology), BEd (Science Education), MEd candidate, Health and Safety Education). Vancouver, Canada

Jennigay Coetzer. Journalist, Johannesburg, South Africa

Marcus A. Cohen. Medical Columnist, Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, Author: Lyme Disease Update: Science, Policy & Law, New York

Wendy S. Cohen. MD. Richmond, Virginia, USA.

João Quadros Coimbra. Professor of Data Processing, Fundação de Apoio à Escola Técnica, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Luigi Colaianni. PhD (Sociology), RomaTre University. Social Worker, Milano, Italy.

José Colastra. Naturopathic Doctor, Madrid, Spain

Luciana Colavecchia. MSc, Campobasso, Italy

Annemarie Colbin. PhD, Nutritionist, New York. Author, Food and HealingFood and Our Bones: How to Prevent Osteoporosis Naturally and other books

Lawrence Cole. Electrical Engineer, Pasadena, California

Leslie Cole. Electrical Engineer, Pasadena, California

Toby Cole. Engineer, Durham, North Carolina

Bob Coleman. PhD, Independent Researcher, Dallas, Texas

Vernon Coleman. MD, D.Sc., Hon. Professor of Holistic Medical Sciences at the Open International University, Sri Lanka. Author of the bestsellers BodypowerMrs. Caldicot’s Cabbage WarHow To Stop Your Doctor Killing You and over 90 other books that have been translated into 23 languages. Author of over 5,000 articles in leading British publications. Former editor, British Clinical Journal. Awarded the Yellow Emperor’s Certificate of Excellence as Physician of the Millenium by the Medical Alternativa Institute (2000)

Deane Collie. Executive Director, International Coalition for Medical Justice, Arlington, Virginia.

Mick Collins. Playwright. Political actor. Directeur artistique et Pédagogique, CirqueMinime, Paris.

Justin Collum. Engineer, Portland, Oregon

Tamara L. Colton. PhD, Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy, Steele Memorial Children’s Research Center, University of Arizona

Christopher Combs. RN, Physician Assistant, Howell, Michigan

Jill Combs. MS, CRNA (Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist), Howell, Michigan

Danielle Comeau. MD, Aquin, Haiti. Vice-president, UMHA (Union des Médecins Haïtiens)

Claudette Comte. Retired Nurse. Nevers, France.

William Conklin. MA, Denver, Colorado

Mark Gabrish Conlan. Editor, Zenger’s Magazine, San Diego, California

Don Conrad. PhD Student, University of Chicago. BS Biochemistry, Dartmouth College. MSc in Epidemiology, Stanford University

Jo Conrad. Author and moderator at, Bremen. Author of articles on AIDS/HIV in “Zeitenschrift” and “CoMed” and the book “Zusammenhänge” (Relationships, 1998).

Anthony Cook. PhD, PGCE, Manchester, United Kingdom

Colleen Cook. R.N., Wilmington, Delaware

Patrick A. Cooke. Dept. Biology, Univ. North Texas, Denton, Texas

Bradley Coolidge. MD, Pulmonology, Chicago, Illinois

Delaine Cools. Social Worker, Durban, South Africa

Lesley Cooper. Ph.D., Medical Sociology, University of Essex, UK

Dr. Kevin Corbett. PhD (on sociological impact of antibody, T cell and viral load/PCR tests), Independent Research Consultant, London, UK.

Kevin D. Cordi. MA, Hanford, California

William R. Corliss. MSc, Physics. Editor, Science Frontiers and the Catalog of Anomalies. Author, ‘The Sourcebook Project’, Member, American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Society for Scientific Exploration

Thomas J. Cornell. MS. Associate Professor of Biology, Mott College, Flint, Michigan

Gervasio Coronel. MSc, Facultad Departamento de Física, Informática y Matemáticas, Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia, Lima, Peru

Agustino Correa. Engineer and architect, Zimapan, Mexico

Mariano Correia Paredes. Scientific Journalist. Alagoas, Brazil.

Louis W. Corrigan. Journalist, PhD candidate, Emory University, Atlanta

Daniel J. Corson. MFA, Seattle, Washington

Alejandro Corvo. MD, PhD, Miami, Florida

Curtis Cost. Black activist and author of What Is Safe Sex In The Age of AIDS?

Dr. Enric Costa. MD, Valencia, Spain; Author, SIDA: Juicio a un virus inocente (AIDS: An innocent virus on trial).

Neus Costabella. MD, Barcelona, Spain

Saverio Costanzo. Film Director, Rome, Italy

  1. Cottier. Prof., MD.

Marcello Cotugno. Film Director, Roma, Italy

Andrea Coulter. HD, RHom DHHP, Doctor of Medical Heilkunst and Homeopathy, Thorndale, Canada

Harris L. Coulter. PhD, Author, Homeopathic Physician

Sandra Counce. RN. VP, Semmelweis Society.

Jeanne Couture. Registered Nurse, MS Nurse educator, Clinical Nurse specialist, Troy, New York

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Luke Cowie. MSc, Medical Anthropology, PhD candidate, Science and Technology Studies Unit, University of York, UK

  1. Mark Cox. DDS, Midland, Texas

James P. Coyne. Author, Weston, Florida

Mark Craddock. PhD, Senior Research Associate, School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

Jennifer Craig. BSN, MA, PhD. Author of Jabs, Jenner and Juggernauts: A Look at Vaccination. Nelson, Canada

Barrie M Craven. PhD, Reader in Public Accountability, Newcastle Business School, University of Northumbria, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

Janice Crerar. PhD Student, Northern Territory University, Darwin, Australia

Jean-jacques Crevecoeur. Therapeutic trainer and medical lecturer, Belgium. Author, Le Langage de la guérisonPrenez soin de vous, n’attendez pas que les autres le fassentEvoluer pour guérir and many other books about health.

Leslie A. Crook. Doctor of Chiropractic, Trenton, Ontario, Canada.

David Crowe. HBSc Biology/Mathematics. Writer on health issues for Alive magazine, and others. President of the Alberta Reappraising AIDS Society. Member of the technical advisory board of AnotherLook. Co-founder, CFO and former President of the Green Party of Alberta, Canada [visit website]

Robert Crumb. Artist.

Dr. Vincenzo Crupi. PhD. Department of Cognitive and Education Sciences, University of Trento, Italy. Author of The Sink and the Murder Scene: Rise and Fall of a Causal Model for AIDS Pathogenesis (2007).

Jason Cruz. Biology MS Student, West Chester, Pennsylvania

Dr. Michael Culbert. D.Sc., Vice President, American Biologics/Robert W. Bradford Research Institute, Author, AIDS: Hope, Hoax and Hoopla

Chase Culeman-beckman. Graduate Student, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

Rebecca Veronica Culshaw. PhD. Assistant Professor of Mathematics, University of Texas at Tyler. Advisor, Journal of Biological Systems. Studied and published mathematical models of HIV infection for 10 years.

Joseph Cummings. MA Dept. of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts

Roger Cunningham. PhD, Microbiologist, Director, Centre for Immunology, School of Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo

Santiago Currea. MD, Director, Departamento de Pediatría, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá

Julianne Cutler. Registered Kinesiology Practitioner and Instructor, Melbourne, Australia

Milivoje Cvetkovic. PhD, Immunology, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

Timothy Cwiek. Writer, Philadelphia

Robert D’Amours. Author; Creator of Rapanese the musical method of learning languages. San Francisco, California

Dr. A. D’Angelo. Unità di Ricerca Trombosi e Servizio di Coagulazione, Laboratorio Centrale di Analisi, IRCCS, Milano, Italy

Ciro D’Aniello. Documentary Film Maker, Bologna, Italy

Wilfred D’Costa. National Secretary, Indian Social Action Forum. Co-author, State and Repressive Culture – A Case Study of Gujarat. Ahmedabad, India

Christiana Pires da Costa. Clinical Psychologist, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Dr. Jeffrey Dach. MD, Medical Director of TrueMedMD. Board certified in interventional radiology and a member of the Board of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. He retired from radiology in 2004, and is currently in private practice focusing on bio-identical hormone treatment. [visit website]

Don Dagenais. Attorney, Kansas City, Missouri

Jan Maarten Dalmeijer. Architect, Utrecht, Netherlands

Kees Dam. MD, Physician, Editor, Journal for Classical Homeopathy. Amsterdam, Netherlands

Alicia Damiano. PhD, Molecular Biology, Department of Physiology, School of Medicine, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Jean-luc Damians. Managing Director, Connect Africa, Johannesburg, SA

Pelle Danabo. MA, Instructor, University of Kansas at Lawrence

M.A. Daniel. Television Writer and Research Director, Gladstone, Oregon

Cynthia Daniels. MSc, PhD candidate, Microbiology, Chicago, Illinois

Frank Daniels. PhD, Professor of Mathematics, Great Basin College, Nevada

Guy Danjoint. Wicomico County Health Department, Salisbury, Maryland

Simon Erling Nitter Dankel. PhD student, University of Bergen, Norway

Maurice G. Dantec. Science fiction novelist, Montreal. Author of Villa Vortex and other books

Jean-Baptiste Dape. RN, New York City

Bikul Das. MD, PhD. Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Stanford. Author, The Science Behind Squalene. Recipient of Harold E.Johns Fellowship award, Canadian Cancer Society (2009). Grand Challenges Explorations Grant, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (2009). Schweisguth Prize, International Society of Pediatric Oncology (SIOP), Netherland (2008). Scholar-in-training award, American Association of Cancer Research (2007 and 2008). Hind-Rattan Award, Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Society, New Delhi (2006). Fellow in Stem Cell Program: Sickkids, Toronto, (2009). Fellow in Hematology & Oncology: NAITP, Sickkids, Toronto, (2001). WHO training course: Ministry of Health, Bhutan, Tuberculosis control (1996). Residency in Internal Medicine: Guwahati Medical College, India, (1994).

Dr. Asim K. Das. MSc (Gold Medal, Calcutta University), PhD, DSc. Professor of Chemistry.

Adegite David. MB, BS, Jos, Nigeria

George Davidson. MB ChB, PhD, Biophysicist, Biochemist, Physician. Bronte Stuart Prize-winner UCT, Senior Research Scientist, biotech pharmaceutical R&D, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Hywel Davies. MA, DM (Oxon), FRCP (Lond), FACP, FACC. Previously Associate Professor, University of Colorado; Chief of Cardiology, Denver VA Hospital; Senior Lecturer and Honourary Consultant physician at Guy’s Hospital, London, UK.

Donna Davis. RN, VA Medical Center, Fayetteville, Arkansas

Patrick Davis. PhD, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Counseling and Educational Development, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Paul Davis. Electrical Engineer, Arcadia, California

Stephen Davis. Author of Wrongful Death: The AIDS Trial, former Arizona State Senator and Physician’s Assistant

  1. Henri Day. MD, PhD, Senior Consultant in Psychiatry, Oslo, Norway

Philip Day. Co-author, World Without Aids

Maria Dayton. PhD, Harvard University, Molecular Biologist, San Diego, California

Nelson Daza. MD, UIS-Santander University School of Medicine, Bucaramanga, Colombia

Wilfred Dcosta. General Secretary, Indian Social Action Forum (INSAF)

Dr. Richard De Andrea. MD, ND, Medical Advisor, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine

Elieth Gomez De Avellaneda. ND, Bucaramanga, Colombia

Gavin de Becker. Author of The Gift of Fear. Founder and chair of The Domestic Violence Council. Los Angeles.

Graham N. De Bever. Medical Student, Cape Town, South Africa

Francesco De Capitani. Journalist, Rome, Italy

Mauricio De Castro-Costa. MD, PhD, Professor of Neurology and Physiology, University Hospital and Department of Physiology, Universidad Federal do Ceara, Ceara, Brazil.

Felix de Fries. Study Group AIDS-Therapy. Switzerland. Editor, The Silent Revolution in Cancer and AIDS Medicine.

Dr. Etienne de Harven. MD, Emeritus Professor of Pathology, University of Toronto (1981-1993). Professor of Cell Biology, Cornell Graduate School of Medical Science (1968-1981). Associate Professor (1964-1968). Assistant Professor, Pathology. Université Libre de Bruxells (1956-1962). Belgian Air Force Medical Corps (1953-1956). Author of over 100 peer-reviewed medical papers on virology, cancer, immunology and electron microscopy.

Marta Carpintero de Jimeno. MSc, Laboratorio Químico de Monitoreo Ambiental (LAQMA). Bogotá, Colombia

Rev. Dr. Charles de Jongh. D.Litt et Phil, D. Ed candidate (Higher Education), Lecturer in Biblical and Pastoral Studies at Baptist Theological College, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Yancy De Lathouder. MS, Chemistry, Palo Alto, California

Dr. Richard De Lisle. DC, Chiropractor, Leominster, Massachusetts

Chiara De Luca. PhD, Cell Aging Center of the IDI Research Institute, Rome

Luigi De Marchi. Clinical and Social Psychologist, President of the Italian Society of Political Psychology. Co-author of Aids, la grande truffa (AIDS, the great swindle)

Robert De Prato. MD, US Dept. of Defense. Portland, Oregon

Laura Helena De Sanchez. Homeopathic Doctor, Guadalajara, Mexico

Myriam Alvarez De Sotomayor. MD, Gynaecologist, Hospital of Lanzarote, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Nhora Merino De Villegas. MD, Head of the Laboratory of Pathology and Clinical Laboratory of the Fundacian Santa Fe de Bogota, Colombia.

Mira De Vries. Chairman, Association for Medical and Therapeutic Self-Determination, The Netherlands

Prem Deben. PhD, Herbalist and Hypnotherapist, Washington, D.C.

Dan Debrunner. MA Physics, University of Oxford, UK. Oakland, California

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George DeCarlo. Certified Hypnotherapist, New Jersey

Rex Decker. RN, Lakeland, Florida

K.S. Deepak. Engineer, Bangalore, India

Thomas Deflo. MA, Journalist, Brussels, Belgium

Chettykulam Nellainayagam Deivanayagam. MBBS, FRCP(E). President, Health India Foundation. Chennai, India.

Alfonso Del Alamo. Managing Director for Emergency Service, City Council of Madrid, Spain

Luis Del Castillo. MD, Anesthesiologist, Calexico California

Ray Delaforce. Engineer, Lake Jackson, Texas

Julie Delahanty. Researcher and Programme Manager, Rural Advancement Foundation International (RAFI). Co-author, Gender and Jobs in China’s New Economy. Quebec, Canada

Kenneth Delaughder. MA, Instructor in Communications, Emporia State University, Kansas

Leonel Isidro Delgado. MD, Surgeon, Mexico City

Leopoldo Della Ciana. PhD, Chemist, President and Scientific Director, Cyanagen srl, Bologna, Italy; former Postdoctoral Fellow, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, former Senior Research Scientist at IGEN, Rockville, Maryland and Research Group Leader, SORIN Biomedica, Saluggia, Italy

Vicky Dellaportas. PhD, Chemistry. Athens, Greece.

Cad Delworth. Engineer, Edinburgh, UK

Marc Delzac. Biomedical engineer, Copenhagen, Denmark

Dr. James DeMeo. PhD, Director, Orgone Biophysical Research Lab, Ashland, Oregon

Alois Dengg. MD, Mayrhofen, Austria.

Ola Deraker. Journalist, Södertälje, Sweden

Borys Derevyanchenko. PhD, Computer Science, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Neil DeRosa. Author, Apocryphal Science: Creative Genius And Modern Heresies and Joseph’s Seed

Richard Derosa. Engineer, San Jose, California

Dr. Marc Deru. MD, Visé, Belgium

Brian K. Dery. Videographer. Producer and Director, Triple Knot Productions, Tampa, Florida. Producer and director of Lee Evans Speaks Out About HIV Tests[visit website]

Amy L. Deshane. MA, MS, Human Development, Bangor, Maine

Dr. N.T. Deshmukh. Nagpur, India

Nathaniel Devereaux. Psychiatric Technician/Case Manager, Oakland, California

Jeffrey Di Carlo. MSc, Psychology, Feurth, Germany

Pietro Speroni Di Fenizio. MSc, PhD candidate, Visiting Researcher, School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences, University of Sussex, Brighton. Author, ‘A less abstract artificial chemistry in Artificial Life VII’, (Bedau, McCaskill, Packard, Rasmussen, eds.), MIT Press, 2000

James Di Properzio. Science writer, Greenfield, Massachusetts

Paolo Di Virgilio. Engineer, Rome, Italy

Amatta Sangho Diabate. Asst. Professor of Economics, Georgia State University

Juan Mauricio Diaz Rata. Dentist, Bucaramanga, Colombia

Gordon Dickson. J.D., Santa Monica, California

Emilio Dido. MD, Istituto San Raffaele, Rome, Italy [Says Hiv not sufficient to cause Aids]

Claus Diem. PhD, Mathematics, University of Essen, Germany

Joan Díez-Nebot. Pre-doctoral studies. Universitat Autonoma of Barcelona. Spain.

Tom DiFerdinando. HBCS, Specialist in lymphology and body work, Executive Director of HEAL-New York

Jennifer Dillon. DC, Charlotte, North Carolina

Jan Dingemans. Homeopath, Waalwijk, Netherlands

Michelle Dinh-Jones. RN, Oncology nurse, formerly with NHS, UK. Hanoi, Vietnam

Roger Ditrick. Biologist, San Diego, CA

Marlowe Dittlebrandt. MD, Portland, Oregon.

Pauline Dixon. PhD, Lecturer, University of Northumbria; International Research Co-ordinator, University of Newcastle, UK

Sheri Dixon. Journalist, Nutritional Therapist, Director, The Metabolic Typing Centre. Manchester, UK

Andrey Dmitrevskiy. Science Journalist, Moscow, Russia. Co-author of the Russian book, Aids. Sentence Abolished

Alan David Doane. Broadcast Journalist, Glens Falls, New York

Tee Dobinson-Morris. Journalist, speaker; formerly Mind-Body expert for Health & Fitness Magazine. London, UK

Tracy Dobson. J.D., Professor, Dept. of Fisheries and Wildlife, Michigan State University

Nicholas Dodd. PhD, Lecturer in Civil Engineering, University of Nottingham, UK

Matthew Dodman. San Francisco Department of Public Health–AIDS Office

Hortense Dodo. PhD, Professor of Food Biotechnology, Alabama A&M University, Huntsville, Alabama

Dirk Doering. MD, Bremen, Germany.

Hansin Dogan. MA, Program Officer, United Nations Development Program, Turkey

Brian Doherty. Journalist, Senior Editor, Reason Magazine

Anthony Dolson-Fazio. MS, Acupuncturist, Herbalist, Ithaca, New York

Dr. Bijoy Krishna Dolui. MD. Santiniketan, India

Warren Domask. Journalist, Houston, Texas

Laureano A. Domínguez. Journalist, Mataró, Spain

Brigitte Don. Nurse, Norden, Germany

John R. Donald. MB ChB, Anaesthetist, Institute of Neurological Science, Glasgow, Scotland

Michael Donio. BSc in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Hiv-Aids researcher, Newark, New Jersey

Kathy Donnelly. Clinical Counsellor, Victoria, BC

Leslie Donovan. PhD Student, North Sydney, Canada

Norluck Dorange. Journalist, Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Meryl Dorey. President, The Australian Vaccination Network

Thomas A. Dorman. MD, San Luis Obispo, California.

Jennifer Dorn. Journalist, Author, Denver, Colorado

Peter Doshi. Grad. Student, MIT

Peter Doube. Melbourne, Australia, Former Social Research Assistant, MacFarlane Burnet Centre for Medical Research

Hank Doughty II. J.D., New York

Michael Douglas. Energy Therapist, Reiki Master.

Steven Dovey. MSc Biology, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa

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Kathryn Downing. MA, MFT, Marriage and Family Therapist, Burbank, California

Marisa Drago. Midwife, Barcelona, Spain

Brenda Dreyer. Doctor of Social Work, advisor to the government of South Africa

Edwin Dreyer. CEO, Biometric Technologies, South Africa;

Dr. Karl-Heinz Dröge. Dentist, Seesen, Germany

Moira Drosdovech. DVM, Kelowna, BC, Canada

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Andrea G. Drusini. MD, PhD. Medical Anthropologist, Professor of Anthropology, Department of Medico-Diagnostic Sciences and Special Therapies, University of Padova, Italy [visit website]

Pol Dubart. Translator and graphic artist. Translator (to French) of Dr. Rebecca Culshaw’s ‘Science Sold Out’ and Dr. Peter Duesberg’s ‘Inventing the AIDS Virus’. Liege, Belgium.

Doug DuBrul. Journalist, San Diego, California

Clare Ducker. MA Population, Poverty & Social Development/ Youth Reproductive & Sexual Health Program Officer, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Marianne Duckerts. MD, Pediatrician, Gouvy, Belgium.

Bernard Ducret. Mathematician, CERN Laboratories. Leaz, France

Peter Dudek. PhD candidate Immunology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

Tom Dudley. MSc. Biology Instructor, Angelina College, Lufkin, Texas; Author of a botany laboratory manual, a statistics textbook, and the novel Black Cottage

Barton Dudlick. Editor, medical publishing

Bob Carls Dudney. MD, Licensed physician in private practice, San Francisco, California

Dr. Peter Duesberg. PhD, Professor of Molecular Biology, University of California, member, National Academy of Sciences, first to map the genetic structure of retroviruses. Five-time recipient of the National Institutes of Health’s Outstanding Investigator Grant. (All federal grants terminated when he started challenging the HIV theory). Author, Inventing the AIDS Virus [visit website]

Hilde Duesberg. MD, Berlin, Germany

David Duffett. Engineer, Aculab, Buckingham, UK

Peter Duffie. Writer, author of Subtle Miracles and many other books about magic tricks. Glasgow, UK

Chris Duffy. Instructor, North Harris Montgomery Community College, Texas

Dr. Daniel H. Duffy. Sr., D.C., Geneva, Ohio. Former chiropractic doctor to the Cleveland Indians baseball team

Dr. Eric Dugan. Centerville, Virginia.

Mark Dumaine. Engineer, Clackamas, Oregon

Marion Dumont. MA, PhD Student, California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco

Rev. Dr. Johnny Duncan. Minister, author, historian, researcher, HIV-positive survivor (since 1999) of PCP and AIDS drugs.

Anne Dunev. Doctor of Naturopathy, Certified Nutritionist, Certified Health Educator, Clearwater, USA

Biodun Durojaiye. Journalist, Lagos, Nigeria

Edward Dvorak. Journalist, Committee on US-Latin American Relations, Ithaca, New York

Dr. Stuart W. Dwyer. MD, part time district surgeon (forensic medical officer), Grahamstown, South Africa

Bryan Dyson. Ecological Engineer, New Orleans, Louisiana

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M.L. E*****. Masters Degree, JD, New York. HIV-positive and healthy without drugs since at least 2000

Michael Eades. MD, Henderson, Nevada

Michael East. MBA, Harvard University

Nikolaus Eberl. PhD, Author, The Seven Secrets of IziCwe. Johannesburg, South Africa

Jack Ebner. PhD Biophysiology, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii

Fabien Eboussi Boulaga. Cameroonian Philosopher, author, La crise du MuntuChristianity without fetishes: an African critique and recapture of Christianity and many other books

Sonja Ebron. PhD, Professor of Engineering, Hampton University, Virginia.

Virgilio Ecarma. Herbalist, Director of The Ecarma Wellness Center (an Aids treatment center), Manila, Philippines

Mark Eccles. Natural Health Care practitioner, Edinburgh, UK

Karen Eck. M.T., ASCP, Medical Technologist, Baker City, Oregon. Co-author, The Indigo Children

Chris Edeh. Engineer, HND, MNSE, COREN, Abuja, Nigeria

Johannes Edelhoff. Geographer and Urban Planner, Berlin, Germany

Ezra Edgerton. DC, Tryon, North Carolina, Chiropractic Physician

Steve Edison. PhD, University of Arkansas, Little Rock

Gordon J. Edlin. PhD, Professor of Biochemistry and Physics, University of Hawaii

Brad Edmonds. Writer. Author of There’s a Government in your Soup. Ludwig von Mises Institute. Alabama. [visit website]

Nigel Edwards. MA, Journalist, England

Madrid Efrain. Engineer, Toluca, Mexico

Gil Egger. Editor in Chief, GHI newspaper, Geneva Switzerland

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Lois J. Einhorn. PhD, Professor of English, Binghamton University, New York. Author, Abraham Lincoln the Orator: Penetrating the Lincoln LegendHelen Keller, the SpeakerThe Native American Oral Tradition and other books. Received the Distinguished Research Fellow and Distinguished Teaching Fellow awards of the Eastern Communications Association, the Outstanding Professor Award from the National Speaker’s Association, the Everett Lee Hunt Book Award and many other honors

Martine Affre Eisenlohr. Geological Engineer, Marseilles, France

Mark W. Eisner. Kinesiotherapist/ Exercise Physiologist, Norwalk, California

Martin Eitel. PhD, Attorney, Heilbronn, Germany.

Richard Ekpat. MD, Holistic Health Practitioner and Certified Specialized Kinesiologist, Pasadena, California.

Karim El Bakkouri. PhD, Molecular Biologist, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Institut de Recherche Interdisciplinaire en Biologie humaine et moléculaire (IRIBHM), Brussels, Belgium

Bahran El Fakhar. President of the non-profit organisation ESSEYMA for the promotion of human rights. Paris.

Bryan J. Ellison. Author. Former Molecular Biology graduate student, Berkeley, California

Dr. Michael Ellner. Medical hypnotherapist and hypnosis educator. President, HEAL, New York. Member of The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Complementary Therapies Working Group (1989-1992). Named Educator of the Year by the National Guild of Hypnotists (1995) and the National Federation of NeuroLinguistic Psychologists (1997). Diplomat – International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association (2006). Lifetime Member – International Association of Counselors and Therapists (2007).

Tarek Elsherif. PhD, Molecular Biologist, Technische Universität München, Munich, Germany

Elizabeth Ely. Journalist, Brooklyn, New York

Alfredo Embid. Acupuncturist, Coordinator of the Spanish Association of Complementary Medicines and Editor of their Holistic Medicine magazine, Madrid

Salvador EmíDio. MBA, Economist, Maputo, Mozambique

Ron Endley. MSc, MPhil, Oxford University. Instructor, Thammasat University, Bangkok, Thailand. Chairman, South African-Thai Chamber of Commerce

Dr. Edwin Engel. Austrian Academy of Sciences. Salzburg

Edwin Engel. Austrian Academy of Sciences. Salzburg

Torsten Engelbrecht. Hamburg-based Journalist for The Ecologist and other magazines and newspapers; former financial editor, Financial Times, Germany. Co-author of Virus Mania.

Mohammad Entezampour. PhD, Dept. Biology Univ. North Texas, Denton, Texas

David Epstein. D.O., Osteopathic Physician, Atlanta, Georgia

Jason Erb. Bachelor of Mathematics, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Lori Errico-seaman. PhD Student, Grad. Student Instructor, University of Michigan

Rafael Escribano. PhD, Dept. Spanish & Portuguese, University of California. Riverside, Texas

Antonio Garcia-Monsalve Escriña. Attorney, Public Prosecutor, Madrid, Spain

Núria Escudé. MPsc., MTR, Psychotherapist, Barcelona, Spain

Noemi Escuder. Holistic Therapist, Kinesiologist, Barcelona, Spain

Rafael Espericueta. Professor, former Chair, Dept. of Mathematics, Bakersfield College, Bakersfield, California, Instructor, University of Phoenix, formerly senior programmer in the Brain Imaging Lab at the University of California, Irvine Medical School

Gladys Espinosa. MSc, Epidemiologist, Bogota Department of Health, Colombia

Javier Espinosa. Engineer, Windhoek, Namibia

Luis Espinoza. Traditional Bolivian healer, Director, Janajpacha Spiritual Center, Author, Chamalu. The Shamanic Way of the Heart. Traditional Teachings from the Andes

Robert Essertier. Former Mayor, City of Hermosa Beach, California

Rudy Estrada. JD, Attorney, Chicago, Illinois

Daniel Ettedgui. D.O., Osteopathic physician, Board Certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Boca Raton, Florida

Valerio Evangelisti. Novelist, essayist, Bologna, Italy. Author of the Science Fiction novels Nicolas Eymerich, inquisitoreCherudekPicatrix, la scala per l’infernoMagus – Il romanzo di Nostradamus and others. Awarded the Urania, Prix Italia, French Grand Prix de l’Imaginaire, Prix Tour Eiffel and Prix Europe prizes for literature

Bruce D Evans. PhD, Assoc. Prof. Biology, Huntington College, Indiana

Lee E. Evans. Fulbright Scholar, Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist, Olympic coach for Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Cameroon and Qatar. Mobile, Alabama

Lance Evoy. Director, Institute in Management and Community Development, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada

Chidi Ezeihu. MD, Atlanta, Georgia

Paul N. Ezeji. PhD., Asst. Professor, Dept of Health Science Education, Morris College, Sumter, South Carolina

Eirik F. Graduate Student, Norway.

Ariele Fabris. Medical Student. Firenze, Italy.

Trish Fahey. Health and science writer, co-author, The Metabolic Typing Diet

Lawrence A. Falk. Jr., PhD, Virologist, Abbott Labs, Consultant NCI, Chicago, Illinois

Lynn Fall (née Gannett). Former data manager, phase III clinical trials of AZT (1987-1990)

Monique Fanfan. Journalist, Queens Village, New York

Heather Faraone. Candidate, MS Public Health, New York, NY

Barry Farber. Journalist, Talk Show Host, New York. Author of the bestseller, How to Not Make the Same Mistake Once and other books

Celia Farber. Journalist, New York

Luis E Farias Curtidor. Primary Care Physician, Herbology Student with FUNIBA. Pereira, Colombia.

Misti Farler. Director of adult education, Sexual Assault Counseling and Information Service, Illinois

Tish Farrell. Author, Rochester, UK

Heather Farris. Attorney, Irving, Texas

Sami E. Fathalla. MD, PhD, Damman, Saudi Arabia

James Feast. PhD, New York University, former Assistant Editor of the Journal of the History of Philosophy

Jeffrey Fedorko. DC, Canton, Ohio

Brendan Feeley. MA, N.D., Naturopathic, Homeopathic physician, Washington, DC

Rosa Feijoo. Author, SIDA, Testimonio de una madre (Aids, Testimony of a Mother”) and VIH/SIDA: Causas Profundas. Mexico City

Dr. Martin Feldman. MD, Assistant Clinical Professor of Neurology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, graduate of Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons, author of more than 50 articles published in peer-reviewed medical journals

Luis Antonio Feliciano-Hernández. MD, Psychiatrist, San Juan, Puerto Rico

David Fellows. Surgical Physician’s Assistant, Copley, Ohio

Dan Fendel. B.A. (summa cum laude) Harvard University, PhD, Yale; Professor of Mathematics, San Francisco State University; Primary author, Foundations of Higher Mathematics: Exploration and Proof.

Di Feng. Doctoral student, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey

Delfina Fernández. Clinical Psychologist. Caracas, Venezuela.

Mar Fernández-Nieto. MD, Granada, Spain

Ingrid Fernando. DVM, PhD in Cell/Molecular Biology, Bethesda, Maryland

Domenico Ferrari. Playwright and author, Milano, Italy. Co-author of the play and book, Virus: L’invenzione della Realtà

Phillip Ferreira. PhD, Dept. of Philosophy, Kutztown University, Pennsylvania

Scott Ferrell. Key West, Florida, MS, Microbiology & Immunology, University of Rochester

Eduardo Ferreyra. Cordoba, Argentina, President, Fundacion Argentina de Ecologia Cientifica (Argentine Foundation for a Scientific Ecology)

Michael Ferrier. MA, Denver, Colorado

Gary Ferrini. Professor of Sociology, University of Colorado at Boulder

Dr. Elena Ferro. Water and Atmospheric Resources official, Government of Turin province, Italy

Ntlanganiso Fesi. Attorney, Engineer, Member of Standing Advisory Committee of Intellectual Property for Minister of Trade and Industry, Govt. of South Africa

Jamie Fettig. Chiropractic Physician, ACA, ICA, Chicago

Kenneth Feucht. MD., PhD, Surgeon, Anatomist, Cell Biologist, Puyallup, Washington

Donna Fezler. Inventor, Microbiologist, Jacksonville, Illinois. Holds patent for Rhea extract and discovered the ATP Pathway

Dr. Christian Fiala. MD, PhD, specialist in OB/Gyn, Vienna, Austria; Member of President Mbeki’s AIDS Advisory Board

Christopher J. Fields. PhD Student, Biology, Univ. North Texas, Denton

James A. Fimea. PhD, Laguna Beach, California; Adjunct Faculty, Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa, California

Jennifer Finocchio. Documentary Film Maker, Journalist, Los Angeles, California

Sandra Finucane. Attorney, Cincinnati, Ohio

Jaime Fiol. Dental Surgeon and Professor of Biology and Dentistry, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Independent investigator of Cancer and Aids. Author, Teoría Inflamatoria del Cáncer

Vincenzo Fiorentini. PhD, Assoc. Professor of Physics, University of Cagliari, Italy; Director, Sardinian Laboratory for Computational Materials Science; Awarded Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellowship (1998)

Monika Fischer. Pediatric Nurse and Homeopath, Mendrisio, Switzerland

Jonathan M. Fishbein. MD. Former Director, Office for Clinical Research Policy at the Division of AIDS (DAIDS) at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID), the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) [Thinks Nevirapine is a very dangerous medicine that was approved based on improperly conducted studies. Also doubts that the Hiv tests are valid]

Jeffrey A. Fisher. MD, Pathologist, Mendham, New Jersey, author, The Plague Makers

Richard A. Fisher. DDS, Naturopath, Annandale, Virginia. Former Clinical Instructor, Georgetown University School of Dentistry, former President, International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology.

Daniel Fitzgerald. Biochemist, University of Liverpool, England

Donna Flagg. MA. Former visiting instructor at New York University and columnist for Empire magazine

Scott D. Flamm. MD, San Francisco, California

Michael B. Flanagan. MD, Carmel, California [Says Hiv is “rarely, if ever” transmitted by penile-vaginal sex]

Anthony Fleg. Medical Student, University of North Carolina

Arturo Flores. Odontologist, Clinical Instructor. Dentistry. Guadalajara, Mexico.

Beatriz Flores. MFA, Asst. Professor, University of North Texas and Documentary Film Maker

Dr. Juan Jose Flores. MD, PhD, Professor of Medicine, La Universidad Veracruzana, Mexico

Luis Daniel Flores. MD, Posadas, Argentina

Boniface Fokwa. MSc, Chemistry, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

John Foley. MD, New York City

Paul Foot. Investigative Journalist, Private Eye and The Guardian. Author, Words as Weapons

Bernard Forscher. PhD, former Editor of the US Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Melanie Forse. Acupuncturist, Hong Kong

John R. Forsyth. MD, Janesville, Wisconsin

Bruno Fortin. Journalist, Montreal, Canada

Harold D. Foster. PhD, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Author, What Really Causes Aids

Michael Foster. DBM, Doctor of Botanic Medicine, Ayurvedic Nutritional Counselor, Medical Hypnotherapist, Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Jim Fouratt. Founder of Wipe Out AIDS in 1982 (renamed HEAL NYC in 1985). Co-founder ACT UP. Co-founder Gay Liberation Front and Stonewall Rebellion participant (1969)

John A. Fowler. MA, San Diego, California

Dr. Robert Fox. LaConner, Washington

Elliot Fox. journalist, founder of Association to Re-evaluate AIDS

Michael R. Fox. PhD, Richland, Washington

Fabio Franchi. MD, Specialist in Preventive Medicine and Infectious Diseases, Trieste, Italy

Raymond Francis. MSc, MIT, Chairman and CEO, Beyond Health Corp., author of the book, ‘Never Be Sick Again’

Patrick Franck. Dipl.Nursing (Registered Nurse), Master-practitioner Neuro-linguistic programming (Anne Linden Training Institute, New York), Studies in Communications and Social Human Behavior. Head nurse and manager of the operating theater, University Hospital in Ghent, Belgium.

Gene Franks. PhD, Denton, Texas, Editor, Pure Water Gazette

Ingrid Franzon. NM, Nutritional Medicine Practitioner; Chairman, Swedish Nutritional Practitioner Association; Campaign Manager for Sweden, Alliance for Natural Health. Falun, Sweden

AJL Fraser. Meterologist, South Island, New Zealand

Elisa Freccero. MS, Science Writer, Antibes, France

Iris Freelander. DD, Long Beach, California

Claudio Alatorre Frenk. PhD, Researcher, Institute of Engineering, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

David Freund. Journalist, Takoma Park, Maryland

Dr. Martin Friedemann. Rheinau, Switzerland

Eleonor Fritsman. Psychologist, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Author, Hacia Una Nueva Humanidad

Dr. phil. nat. Reinhart Frosch. Retired from Paul Scherrer Institute, Villligen, Switzerland and ETH (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology), Zurich. Author of books Meantone is Beautiful: Studies on Tunings of Musical Instruments (2002) and Four-Tensors, the Mother Tongue of Classical Physics (2006).

T.C. Fry. D.Sc., author, The Great AIDS Hoax and The Nature and Purpose of Disease

Anne Frye. BA, Holistic Midwife, CPM, Author of several midwifery Texts, Portland, OR [visit website]

Manowa Fufeyin. MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery). Yenagoa, Nigeria.

Donato Fumarola. MD, Inst. Microbiolia Medica, Bari, Italy

Robert Jordan Funk. Attorney, Alturas, California

Pierluigi Furcolo. Assoc. Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Salerno, Italy

Claudette Furlonge. Co-author, Ethiopian Revolution and the Struggle against US Imperialism

Dr. Király Gábor. Detk, Hungary

Dr. George L. Gabor Miklos. PhD, Chief Scientific Officer, Human Genetic Signatures, Sydney, Australia; Director, Secure Genetics, Sydney; Consultant in Functional Genomics to Novartis Pharmaceuticals and to the CELERA Human, Mouse and Drosophila Genome Projects. Formerly with University of California, University of Washington, University of Edinburgh, the Neurosciences Institute, The SCRIPPS Research Institute and the Australian National University.

Luciano Gaddoni. Biotechnology Technician, Genova, Italy

Iginio Gagliardone. Sociologist, University of Bologna, Italy

Dr. Stephen Gaiazza. MD. New York. [Believes that HIV does not play a causal role, but may be a co-factor.]

Robert Gaines. Medical Assistant, Nursing Student, Silver Spring, Maryland

Dr. William D. Gairdner. PhD (Stanford), Author, The Trouble with Democracy and other books. Canada.

Ángel Galeano. Journalist, Author of several books, Editor of the newspaper El Pequeño Periódico and Director of the NGO Fundación Arte y Ciencia, Colombia

Alberto Galimberti. Pharmacist, Researcher in Pharmacy. University of Milan, Italy.

Dr. Brett Gallagher. Chiropractor, Bakersfield, California

Michel Gallerand. Naturopath. Überlingen, Germany.

  1. Prayer Galletti. Graduate Student, Department of Experimental Pathology and Oncology, University of Firenze. Co-author of AIDS Denialism at the [Italian] Ministry of Health(Medical Hypotheses, 2009).

Peter Gallo. MSME/Former Operations Engineer, Stanford DNA Sequencing Center, Los Angeles, California

Irene Galtung. Researcher, University of Padua, Italy, UN World Food Program

Eileen Gambrill. PhD, Hutto Patterson Professor of Child and Family Studies at the University of California at Berkeley. Author, Critical Thinking in Clinical PracticeSocial Work Practice: A Critical Thinker’s Guide (Oxford University Press); Controversial Issues in Child Welfare (with T.J. Stein); and other books.

Manidip Ganguly. GNIIT, PGDBA (OPS).

Ana Ganho. PhD, Director, Portuguese program, affiliated faculty in Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia

Thomas R. Garbe. PhD, Senior Researcher, Microbiology Research Group, Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth, Kyoto, Japan

Jesús Garcia Blanca. Independent Researcher. Author, The Rape of Higea (2009). Spain. [visit website]

Manuel Garcia Iglesias. PhD, Professor, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain

William L. Gardner. PhD, Wellesley, Massachusetts

Manolo Garrido. MD, Spain

Don Garrow. MD Internal Medicine, New Hanover Regional Medical Center, Wilmington, North Carolina

Dr. Todd Gastaldo. Chiropractor. Hillsboro, Oregon [visit website]

Donn Gaudin. PhD, MD, Canadian Centre for Integrated Health Studies.

Dr. Eric Gaumont. PhD in Optics, Louis Pasteur University of Strasbourg, France

John L. Gedye. MD, formerly Lecturer in Psychopathology, and Director of Unit for Research on Medical Applications of Psychology, University of Cambridge, England; Fellow and Senior Lecturer and Director of Man-Machine Systems Laboratory, University of Essex, England; Associate Professor of Neurology, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas; Professor of Neurology, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, Michigan; Director, Fibromyalgia Research Foundation

Michael Geiger. Film producer. Board member of HEAL San Diego

Francesco M. Genovesi. Attorney, Milan, Italy

Michael L. Gerber. MD, JD, Cardiac Surgeon, Attorney, La Jolla, California

Susan Gerhard. Editor, San Francisco Bay Guardian

Giuseppe Germano. PhD, Professor of Literature, Federico University II, Naples, Italy

Roberto Germano. PhD, Physicist, Federico University II, Naples, Italy

Jose Germosen. Journalist, The Village Voice, New York

John Gerrard. MFA, SAIC, Chicago, Illinois

Dr. Ron Gerughty. MD. Great Falls, Montana

Dr. Charles L. Geshekter. PhD, three-time Fulbright scholar. Professor of African History, California State University, Chico. Former chair of the History of Science, Pacific Division, of the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences. He has served as an adviser to the U.S. State Department and several African governments

Todd Gestaldo. D.C., Sunnyvale, California

Toby Gettins. Theoretical Physicist, Birmingham, UK. Former researcher, High Temperature Superconductivity, University of Exeter

Filippo Geuna. PhD, Faculty of Agrarian Genetics, University of Milan, Italy

Ton Geurtsen. Journalist and Health Adviser. Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Tatevik Gevorgyan. Journalist, Yerevan, Armenia

Geeta Gharge. MD, Satara, India

Vikas Gharge. MD, Pathologist, Satara, India

Laura Ghiro. MD, Pediatrician, Italy

Saswata Ghosh. MPhil, MSc, PhD candidate and Research Scholar, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India

Michael Giammusso. Holistic Health Practitioner. Engineer (SUNY). Williamsville, New York. [visit website]

Letizia Gianformaggio. Professor of Philosophy of Law, University of Ferrara, Italy

Dr. Walter Gilbert. PhD, Professor of Molecular Biology, Harvard University. Winner, 1980 Nobel Prize for chemistry

Sky Gilbert. PhD, University of Toronto (2005). University Research Chair in Creative Writing and Theatre Studies at Guelph University (2006). Actor/Playwright/Director, Columnist, Poet, Film Writer/Director/Producer, Novelist, Drag Queen. Received the Pauline McGibbon Award for directing (1985) and the Dora Award (1992). [visit website]

Dr. Volker Gildemeister. PhD, Biochemist, England

Peter A. Gilligan. MSc, Occupational Psychologist, Belfast, Northern Ireland

William Gilmour. MA Biology (Kent State). State of Ohio Life Sciences Teaching Certificate. Biology teacher, Warren, Ohio, USA.

Jeffrey Gilson. PhD, New York University, New York

Sandy Gina. PhD, MD.

Robert Giordano. MS, LAc., New York, NY

Roberto Giraldo. MSc (Clinical Tropical Medicine, University of London, Distinction), MD, Specialist in internal medicine, infectious and tropical diseases. New York. Former Chairman of the Department of Microbiology and Parasitology, University of Antioquia, Medellin, Colombia. Author, Aids and Stressors [visit website]

Marcel Girodian. Writer; editor (with help from David Crowe and Herve Francois) of these Aids quotations and the list of Rethinkers

Wépiwé Giscard. Dipl-Engineer, Berlin, Germany

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Kuria Githiora. PhD candidate, Instructor, Michigan State University

Cecilia Giusti. PhD, Researcher, University of Modena, Italy

Jeanie Glass. Nutritional Case Manager. Sarasota, FL, USA.

Sara Glatt. Registered Holistic Healer, Breukelen, Netherlands

Jamie Glazov. PhD, Managing Editor, Frontpage Magazine [Says Aids is not transmitted by penile-vaginal sex. Calls this a “Big Lie”]

Michael Arnold Glueck. MD, Harvard University, Medical Writer. [Thinks Aids in Africa is greatly exaggerated, calls Aids alarmists ‘scaremongers’ and says that the cause of Aids remains ‘controversial’]

Helmut Gobsch. Dipl.-Phys., Halle, Germany

Dr. Wilhelm Godschalk. PhD, Biochemist, The Hague, Netherlands. Formerly Asst. Prof., University of Virginia Medical School, Assoc. Prof., University of Puerto Rico Medical School, Senior Scientist at the Center for Energy and Environmental Research. Did research with Dr. Jesse Beams, one of the lead scientists on The Manhattan Project.

Marek Gogolewski. PhD, Chair, Dept. of Biotechnology and Food Microbiology, Agricultural University of Poznan, Poland

Celso Goldaracena. PhD, Professor, Author, La Coruña, Spain

Burton Goldberg. Publisher, Alternative Medicine Magazine

Jane Goldberg. PhD. Instructor in Psychology, City University of New York, New School for Social Research Graduate Faculty, Research Associate, Department of Medical Oncology, Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY, Consultant to Help a Mother, Save a Child, Managing Editor: Modern Psychoanalysis

Melvyn Goldberg. MD, Professor of Surgery, Temple University School of Medicine. Chief, Thoracic Surgical Oncology and Vice Chairman, Surgical Oncology, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Co-author, Controversies in Lung Cancer: A Multidisciplinary Approach.

Deborah Goldsmith. D.C., D.O.M., La Habra, California

Edward S. Golub. PhD, Pacific Center for Ethics & App. Biol., Solana Beach, California

Fernando M. Gomes de Oliveira. Chemistry technician. Student of Foreign Affairs, São Paulo, Brazil

Elliet Gomez. ND, Colombia

  1. Javier Cruz Gomez. PhD, Professor of Chemistry, National Autonomous University of Mexico

Tomi Gomory. Assistant Professor of Social Work. Florida State University, Tallahassee

Deborah Gonzalez. MSc, Castro Valley, California

Jose Adolfo Garza Gonzalez. Attorney, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

Oscar Gonzalez. Electronics Engineer, The Hague, Netherlands

Ignacio Gonzalez-Gomez. MD, Asst. Professor of Clinical Pathology, University of Southern California Medical School; Pathologist, Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles

Eric Goodman. MD, Winnipeg, Canada

Andrew Goodpaster. PhD, Princeton, New Jersey

Ian D. Goodyer. PhD, Dept. Of Pathology, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Luis Gordillo. PhD, Postdoctoral Research Associate in Mathematics and Statistics, Arizona State University

Kathleen Goss. Writer, 14 book credits and dozens of articles in the medical field; co-author of Maximum Immunity

Rahul Goswami. Journalist, Bombay, India

Arthur Gottlieb. MD, Chairperson of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Tulane University School of Medicine

Dmitri Gouskov. MS in Biochemistry; PhD Sociology, Kiev, Ukraine

Matthew Grace. author, A Way Out: Disease Deception and the Truth About Health

Paul Grace. L.Ac., Acupuncturist, Mill Valley, California

Angel Gracia. PhD, Nutritionist, Author, Miami, Florida; Vice-president, USAS, Union por Soluciones Alternativas para el SIDA (Organization for Alternative Solutions for AIDS)

Ernst Gradl. Architect, Nurenberg, Germany

R.L. Graf. Psychologist, San Jose, California

Daniel Gramme. Diplômé-Herboriste-Naturopathe, author, Un gramme de bon sens au service de votre santé. Seraing, Belgium

Andrew D. Grant. Engineer, Stamford, Connecticut

Vincent Graziano. PhD, Mathematics. SUNY at Stony Brook.

Carlos Eduardo Greco. Dental Laboratory Technologist, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Teresa Green. PhD, Interim Department Head, Dept. of Afro-American Studies, Eastern Michigan University

Paul Greenhalgh. Polymer Chemist, Bangkok, Thailand

Aiden Gregg. MSc, MPhil, Social Psychology, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

Gudrun Greunke. Journalist (Reuters, Spiegel, Stern, ITV); Author, El montaje del Síndrome Tóxico and other books on scientific and medical controversies

Dr. Beverly E. Griffin. PhD, Director, Department of Virology, Royal Postgraduate Medical School, London

  1. Edward Griffin. American film producer, author and political lecturer. Author of World Without Cancer(book and film).

Lars Grip. MD, Obstetrician, Zwolle, Netherlands

Jeroen Groenenboom. MSc Artificial Intelligence, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Hans Groenendijk. MD, Homeopath, Cercal, Portugal

William I. Grosky. PhD, Professor and Chair, Department of Computer and Information Science, University of Michigan-Dearborn.

Angelika Gross. PhD, Paris, France

Dr. Kenneth Gross. MD, Miami, Florida

Dorothee Gruss. Heilpraktikerin, Bochum, Germany

Dr. Josè Guadalupe Hernández. Mexico City

Giulia Gualdi. PhD candidate in Theoretical Physics, Università degli Studi di Camerino, Italy

Bob Guccione Jr. Editor and publisher, Gear Magazine

Eric Guerci. Physicist, PhD student, Dept. of Engineering Biophysics and Electronics, University of Genoa, Italy

Christian Guerra. Engineer, Cali, Colombia

Daniel Guerra. PhD, Professor of Biochemistry, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

Lori Guess. J.D., Government Contracts Attorney, Anacortes, Washington.

Pandraud Guillaume. PhD student, France

Thomas Guillot. Grad. Student, Neuroscience, Emory University, Atlanta

Briony Gulbrandsen. Director and Founder, Trinity Natural Health Clinic, Johannesburg, South Africa

  1. Gulisano. Department of Anatomy, Histology and Forensic Medicine at the University of Firenze. Co-author of AIDS Denialism at the [Italian] Ministry of Health(Medical Hypotheses, 2009).

Ken Gullan. Director, Institute for Research Integration, San Diego, California

Monish Gunawardana. Professor and Director, Institute for AIDS, International University of Management, Windhoek, Namibia

Susil Gupta. Lecturer in Economics at the City of London Polytechnic and at Birkbeck College. Editor of the journal Analysis. Author, The Aids Fraud [Says Aids statistics are deceptive and heterosexuals are not at risk]

Wayne A. Gurba. Chemistry Lecturer, St. Petersburg, Florida

Andrew Paul Gutierrez. PhD. Professor of Ecosystem Science, University of California at Berkeley. Co-author of a report to the Governor of California on climate change. Editor of Ecological Entomology (2nd ed. 1999). Co-author of Biological and Economic Foundations of Renewable Resource Exploitation (1998), Evaluating biological control of yellow starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis) in California (2005), Why do some Bt-cotton farmers in China continue to use high levels of pesticides? (2005), Physiologically based model of Bt cotton-pest interactions: I. Pink bollworm: resistance, refuges and risk (2006) and Eco-social analysis of an East African agropastoral system: management of tsetse and bovine trypanosomiasis (in press).

Ramirez Gutierrez. Attorney, Oaxaca, Mexico

Gil Gutknecht. Minnesota Congressman, US House of Representatives

Philippe Guyon. PhD.

Kungeh Clement Gwe. Diploma HIV/AIDS. BSc Biochemistry. MPH (Disease Prevention). Johannesburg, South Africa.

Dr. Brian Gygi. PhD, Asst. Instructor, Psychology (Statistics), Indiana University. NIH pre-doctoral fellow, 1999-2001

Martin Haas. PhD, Dept. Biology Cancer Center, University of California, San Diego

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Richard Haggerty. BA (Hons) European Studies, NLP Master Practitioner & NLP Trainer, Certified Master Hypnotherapist, Cardiff, UK

Jo Hagstorm. Writer, Carlsbad, California

Liu Haifang. PhD, Assistant Professor of African Studies, Institute of West Asian and African Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Science, Beijing, China

Adiam Haile-Melekot. Pharmacologist, London, UK

Urs Haldimann. Editor, Swiss Association of Science Writers, Arisdorf, Switzerland

Luke M. Hale. New Zealand Certificate in Engineering. Hamilton, New Zealand.

Ayman Abdul Haleem. MD, Cardiologist, Cairo, Egypt

Charles E. Hall. PhD, Mathematical Statistics. Student of Chinese Medicine. Tennessee, USA.

Christina Hall. Nursing Student, Fort Wayne, Indiana

Dan Hall. MPA, Columbus, Georgia. Author, You Can’t Catch a Cold: A Complete Course on Disease-free Living

Dr. Jerome Hall. Stavanger, Norway

Thomas Halle. D.C., MA, Los Angeles, California

William Halliburton. Computer Scientist, Atlanta, Georgia

Founaboui Haman. Civil engineer, Hannover, Germany

Robert Hammie. BA Mathematics, UC Berkeley.

Greg Hampton. PhD, Washington, DC

Young-hoon Han. PhD, Center for Molecular Genetics, University of California, San Diego

Timothy H. Hand. PhD, Professor of Behavioral Pharmacology, Oglethorpe University

Steve Hands. Journalist, Singapore-based and Bangkok Post. Former Statistician for INSERM, the French national health service, in an institute devoted to the epidemiology of sexually transmitted diseases. [Says Aids is not transmitted by penile-vaginal sex. Says this is a “Big Lie”]

Elizna Hanekom. MD, Dorking, UK

Klaus Hanke. Dipl.-Ing., Engineer, Falkensee, Germany

Nadolyn Hankins. Attorney, Madison, Wisconsin

Michael Hanko. CTAT, B.A., Princeton University, Holistic Health Practitioner, New York City

David Hanson. MS, MPHA, Pharmacist, San Juan Capistrano

John Hardie. BDS, MSc, PhD, FRCDC. Clinical Director, Dental Services, DownLisburn Trust, County Antrim. Northern Ireland.

David Harding. Associate Professor, Dept. of English, Aarhus University, Denmark

Rini Hariani. MSc, Bogor, Indonesia

Michael Harkovitch. Grad. Student, University of Washington

Leif Harmsen. MA, Toronto, Canada

Alfonso Javier Haro Salvatierra. MD, Internal Medicine. President and Founder of the Peruvian Complementary Medicine Society. Lima, Peru

Norris Archer Harrington. Author, Santa Paula, California

James R. Harris. CSW, Brooklyn, New York

Randall E. Harris. MD, PhD, Professor, College of Medicine and Public Health, Former Chair, Dept. of Preventive Medicine, Ohio State University. Author, COX-2 Blockade in Cancer Prevention and Therapy

Robert S. Harris. Naturopathic doctor, New York

Rosemarie Harris. Author, HIV – Das fatale Dogma. Germany

Stanley Harris. O.D., Optometrist, Pembroke Pines, Florida

Rosalind Harrison. MBBS, FRCOphth, DTM&H, Ophthalmologist, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Consultant ophthalmic surgeon for the National Health Service, UK

William Harrison. PhD, Marriage & Family Therapist, Palm Springs, California

Benjamin Hart. Lab Technician, Cincinnati, Ohio

Werner Hartinger. MD, Surgeon, Director, Vereinigung Ärzte Gegen Tierversuche, Frankfurt, Germany

Heide Hartmann-Taylor. Doctor of Chiropractic, Chino Valley, Arizona

Pramodchandra Harvey. MSc, Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Graz, Austria

Tim Harwood. MA, York, United Kingdom

Dr. Alfred Hassig. MD, Professor in Immunology, University of Bern, former Director Swiss Red Cross blood banks. Advisor to WHO. President, International Society for Blood Transfusion. Chairman, Study Group for Nutrition and Immunity. Pioneer in hematology, immunology and stress-medicine.

Sepp (Josef) Hasslberger. Science and Health writer, Rome, Italy. Member, Advisory Board, National Health Federation. [visit website]

Daniel R. Hatch. J.D., MBA, Newport Beach, California

Nuhu Hatibu. PhD, Assoc. Professor of Agricultural Engineering, Sokoine University, Morogoro, Tanzania

Joseph G. Hattersley. MA, Medical health researcher and writer. Co-author, The Infant Survival Guide and other books

Jon Haupt. MLIS, MMus, Seattle, Washington

Sandra Hawkes. MEd, Publisher, Intaglio Resources, Calgary, AB Canada

Chad Hayes. Pharmacist, Gurnee, Illinois

Jill Haynes. Lecturer, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Alan Heaton. Health Counsellor, Dipl. Clinical Nutrition, Langen, Germany

Troy Hebert. Geophysicist, Perth, Australia

Dr. Martin Hecher. Vienna, Austria

Bruce Hedland-Thomas. MSc, Biophysicist, Royal Perth Hospital, University of Western Australia, Perth

Colin Heesom. LLM, LLB. UK.

Prof. B. M. Hegde. MD, FRCP(London), FRCP(Edinburgh), FRCP(Glasgow), FRCPI(Dublin), FACC, FAMS. Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of the Science of Healing Outcomes, Chairman, State Health Society’s Expert Committee, Govt. of Bihar, Patna. Visiting Prof. of Cardiology, The Middlesex Hospital Medical School, University of London, Affiliate Prof. of Human Health, Northern Colorado University. Visiting Prof., Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, Shimla. Retiredd Vice Chancellor, Manipal University. Mangalore, India.

Anja Heij. Homoeopath, Naturopath, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Antti Heikkilä. MD, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Porvoo, Finland

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Jane Heimlich. Health columnist, Cincinatti Enquirer, Best-selling author of What Your Doctor Won’t Tell You

Bryant Heise. PhD, Mathematics, Florida

Stefan Helbig. Dr. Med, Kaiserslatern, Germany

Michelle Hemingway. MD, Lenox, Massachusetts

Raymond Henderson. Research Associate, Division of Oncology, University of Miami

Robert J. Henderson. D.C., Locust Valley, New York

Dr. Stein Henning. PhD (Cambridge). Brussels. Belgium.

Michel Henrard. MD, Belgium

Jorge Henriquez. Medical Student, Nayarit, Mexico

John P. Heptonstall. MD, D.Ac., Director, Morley Acupuncture Clinic and Complementary Therapy Centre, Leeds, UK

Stephen D. Herman. MD, DABR. Author of Death by Drugs (2009). Florida, USA. [Believes that AIDS drugs are toxic and that a vaccine can never work.]

Vicente Herrera Adell. MD, Barcelona, Spain

Tim Herring. Epidemiologist, Birmingham, Alabama

Tom Herrmann. PhD, Assoc. Professor of Physics, Eastern Oregon University

Andrew Herxheimer. MD, Emeritus Professor of Pharmacology, UK Cochrane Centre, Oxford; edited Drug & Therapeutics Bulletin in the UK for 30 years

Marion Herz. MA, Film scientist, University of Munich

Monika Heydegger. Heilpraktikerin, Langen, Germany

Dieter Heymann. Heilpraktikerin, Neumünster, Germany

Gavin Hibbs. Studies Supervisor, MPI-Bell Centre, Macao

Yang-chu Higgins. Medical Anthropologist, Washington, DC. Winner of the Fogarty Award for Biomedical Research from the National Institutes of Health (1995)

Sean Higgs. Film Director, TV writer, Cape Town, South Africa

Charles A. Hill. MD, Houston, Texas

Dr. Ted Hill. PhD, Clinical Psychologist, Sandpoint, Idaho

Joanne Hill. Nutritionist, Sussex, United Kingdom

Christian Hilscher. Diplom-Psychologe, Hamburg, Germany

James P. Hilton. PhD, author, Burden of Proof: Surviving Cancer, AIDS and Most Other Illnesses

Jeffrey Hilton. D.O., Miami Shores, Florida. Optometrist and provider of eyecare to a large HIV+ population

Pamela Hines-Powell. Midwife, Salem, Oregon

Sonia Hirsch. Journalist, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Author of 14 books on medicine and health, including A dieta do Dr. Barcellos contra o câncer and O mínimo para v. se sentir o máximo

Mae-Wan Ho. PhD, Geneticist and Biophysicist, Open University, London, UK. Director, Institute of Science in Society; Author and activist. Awarded the Chan Kai Ming Prize for Biological Sciences (HK) 1964; Fellow of the National Genetics Foundation (USA) 1971-1974; Vida Sana Award (Spain) 1998 [Says immune deficiency syndromes can be caused by drugs and anti-Hiv medicines]

Liam Hodder. PhD, Novelist, Journalist, Corcaigh, Ireland.

Neville Hodgkinson. former Science Editor, The Times of London; author, AIDS: The Failure of Contemporary Science

Rob Hodson. MD, Former Professor of Anesthesiology, University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine.

Charles Hoff. PhD, University of South Alabama

  1. Rockwell Hoff. Curator, Granite Ridge Science Museum, Globe, Arizona

Abram Hoffer. MD, PhD. Pioneer in the treatment of illness with nutritional medicine. Author of more than 500 papers and several books on improving health and treating illness with nutrition. Former collaborator with Linus Pauling. [Believes that AIDS is caused by lack of the trace mineral Selenium or certain amino acids and that supplementation can reverse the symptoms of AIDS]

Kent T. Hoffman. PhD, Psychotherapist, Spokane, Washington

Rita Hoffman. President, Anaphylaxis Action, Stirling, Canada

Robert Hoffman. PhD, Prof., Dept. Pediatrics, Univ. Calif. Med. School, San Diego, California

Geoffrey Hoffmann. PhD, Assoc. Professor of Microbiology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada [Thinks Aids is an auto-immune disease]

Georg Hoffmann. BDSF Sachverständiger engineer, Germany. Researcher in AIDS and Cancer. [visit website]

Heiko Hoffmann. Dipl.-Inf., Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

James P. Hogan. Author of 26 science fiction novels and the science books Kicking the Sacred Cow: Questioning the UnquestionableThinking the Impermissible and Mind Matters: Exploring the World of Artificial Intelligence. [visit website]

Robbie Holden. Director, Sisters’ Health Initiative, Newark, New Jersey

Yvon Holdrinet. Conference interpreter, NATO. Brussels, Belgium

Cordt Holland. Film Director, San Francisco

Elaine Hollingsworth. Director, Hippocrates Health Centre of Australia, author, Take Control of Your Health and Escape the Sickness Industry

Alisa Holloway. Nurse, Tifton, Georgia

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John Holmdahl. PhD, Los Angeles, California

Claudia Holub. PhD, Biochemist, Live Sciences Inst., New York, co-author, Aids: Myths, Truths, Solutions , 1988

William R. Holub. PhD, Biochemist, Live Sciences Inst., New York, co-author, Aids: Myths, Truths, Solutions , 1988

Guido Höner. Diplom Biology, Germany

MaryStarr B. Hope. Injury rehab/biomechanical re-education therapist, Santa Monica, California

Dr. Andreas Hoppe. PhD, Department of Protein Structure Theory, Institute for Biochemistry, Charité Berlin, Medical Faculty, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany

Dr. Piombo Horacio. Judge, Court of Appeals in La Plata, Argentina

Ross Horne. Queensland, Austalia, Author , The Health Revolution , Health and Survival in the 21st Century , and Cancerproof Your Body (HarperCollins Australia, 1998)

David Hosbein. MD, Board Certified General Surgeon, Grass Valley, California

Lisa M. Hosbein. MD

Jim Hougan. Investigative Journalist. Author, Secret Agenda: Watergate, Deep Throat, and the CIASpooks – The Haunting of America and other books

Iara Houghton. Journalist. Barcelona, Spain.

Robert G. Houston. Medical Writer and Research Analyst, Author, Repression and Reform in the Evaluation of Alternative Cancer Therapies and Misinformation from OTA on Unconventional Cancer Treatments

Kevin Hronek. RN, BSN.

Annette Huang. MA (Hons), DipNZLS, DipMgt, TCAE, Auckland, New Zealand

Alice Hudder. PhD, Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Miami School of Medicine

Dr. James Hudson. PhD, Professor of Pathology and Medicine, University of British Columbia, Canada

Jonathan L. Hume. DDS, Chicago, Illinois

Starling Hunter. PhD, Asst. Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Doug Huntley. Certified Physician’s Assistant. Oregon, USA.

David Huntley-Smith. Engineer. South Africa.

Kimberly Hurley. Registered Nurse, B.A., St. Clairsville, Ohio

Dr. Daniel Hurne. Bellingham, Washington

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Randy Ice. P.T., C.C.S., Physical Therapist, Clinical Director, HeartWise Longevity Center, Whittier, California; Author of over 50 articles published in medical and peer reviewed journals

Pablo Idahosa. PhD. Graduate Director of Development Studies and Director, African Studies, York University. Toronto, Canada.

Marianne Idle. Registered Midwife, IBCLC, ACMI, Cairns, Australia

Dr. Osamwonyi Igori. National President of Edo National Association, Perugia, Italy

Nenad Ilic. Grad. Student, Neuroscience, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio

Rev. Nikitah Okembe-RA Imani. PhD. Professor of Sociology and African Studies, James Madison University, Virginia, USA.

Larens Imanyuel. Assistant Physics Professor, Berkeley

Alexandre Imbert. Paris, France, Editor, Pratiques de Sante (natural health magazine), Paris, France

Richard Imelek. Dipl.-Ing, Engineer, Groß-Umstadt, Germany

Christopher Imrie. PhD, Senior Lecturer in Organic Chemistry, University of Port Elizabeth, South Africa

Sagar Inamdar. MD, Mumbai, India

Philip Incao. MD, Steiner Holistic Medical, Denver, Colorado

Mira Ingram. Writer, Documentary Film Maker, Fountain Valley, California

Ferran Iniesta. PhD, Professor of African History, University of Barcelona, Spain

Tony Andrès Innocenti. MD, Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Firenze, Italy; President, AIED di Firenze (sex education and public health organization)

Prof. Ferdinando Ippolito. Co-author, AIDS — New Frontier

Hwaa Irfan. Managing Editor and Health and Science Writer, Islam Online. Antigua

Alfred Irsigler. Heilpraktiker, Salzburg, Austria

Dr. Matthew Irwin. MD, Washington, DC

Hani Ismail. MD, obstetrician and gynecologist, Elmhurst, New York

Adakpa Itodo. BSc in Microbiology. Lagos, Nigeria.

Natalia Ivachenko. Manager and Economist, Russia.

Eric Ivanov. Diplôme d’ingénieur, Engineer, Grenoble, France

Elia Izaguirre. MD, Lima, Peru

Ida Therese Jablanovec. RN Executive Director of the Raynaud’s Foundation, Chicago, Illinois

David Jack. Author of Thou Shalt Not Think: The Brutally Frank Guide to Life (2007). [visit website]

Carl-heinz Jacob. Chancellor, Universität Greifswald (ret.), Germany. Formerly Chancellor, Universität Eichstaett

Varusha Jagnath. MSc, Durban, South Africa

Rich Jamison. PhD, Cliffside Park, New Jersey

Yolanda Jamison. D.Pharm, Medical University of South Carolina

Helen Jandamit. Editor, Bangkok Post Student Weekly; Special Lecturer, Mahachulalongkorn Buddhist University; Co-founder, International Buddhist Meditation Centre. Author of three books on Buddhism. Bangkok, Thailand

Richard Jannaccio. MA, former biochemist, former science writer at University of Wisconsin, Flushing, New York

Jean Pierre Jansen. MD, Groningen, Netherlands

Lou Jansen. PhD, El Segundo, California

Mark E. Jarmel. D.C., Santa Monica, California

Marie Jaszenovits. Homéopathe, Montreal, Canada

Sana Jatta. Country Program Manager, Asia and Pacific Div., International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). Rome, Italy

Thiruveedhula Ravindranath Jayachandar. Secretary, Yanadi Education Society. Guntur, India

Anne Marie Jeay. PhD, Univ. Nancy II, France

Derrick Jensen. BSc, Mineral Engineering Physics, MFA, California; Author, The Culture of Make BelieveA Language Older than Words and Listening to the Land; Assoc. Editor, Transitions; Writes for The New York Times Magazine, Audubon, and other magazines

Ruth Jensen. MD, Author of Umweltschaden AIDS? Hintergründe einer biologischen Katastrophe. Freiburg, Germany

Stephen Jenuth. Attorney, Calgary, Canada

Alice Jepkoskei. MEd, Teacher, Lynn, Massachusetts

Jens Jerndal. MD, D.Sc., Doctor of Holistic Medicine, Spain, former Professor of the Philosophy and Principles of Holistic Medicine at the Open International University for Complementary Medicines in Sri Lanka [visit website]

Wolfgang Jeschke. Science Journalist, author of many science fiction books including The Last Days of Creation and Midas. Bremen, Germany

Sungchul Ji. PhD, Prof. Pharmacology & Toxicology, Rutgers Univ., Piscataway, New Jersey

Françoise Joët. Présidente, d’ALIS (Association Liberté Information Santé). Author, Tétanos: le mirage de la vaccination; co-author, Hépatites: les vaccins catastrophe. Riom, France

Göran Johannesson. Psychologist. Hassleholm, Sweden.

Buddy Johnson. American Red Cross HIV/Aids Educator, New Iberia, Louisiana

Christine Johnson. science journalist, Los Angeles, member of MENSA, is on the Board of Advisors of Continuum magazine and is a former copy-editor of Reappraising AIDS.

Dave Johnson. Journalist, Moncton, Canada

Donald J. Johnson. DDS, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

Dr. Jennifer Johnson. Psychologist, East Orange, New Jersey

Phillip Johnson. Senior Professor of Law, University of California at Berkeley

Shirley Johnson. Artist. Tokyo, Japan

Eric Johnston. MA, Fresno, California

Tuomas Jokela. Research Engineer, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland

Steven Jonas. MD, Professor of Preventive Medicine, State University of New York at Stony Brook

Colman Jones. Journalist, Toronto, awarded 1999 Science in Society Journalism Award by the Canadian Science Writers Association

Craig M. Jones. Doctor of Chiropractic, Acupuncturist, Nutritionist, Grand Junction, Colorado

David Jones. MSPH, Licensed Acupuncturist, California

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  1. Michael Jones. PhD, Editor, Culture Wars. Author, Degenerate ModernsThe Slaughter of Cities: Urban Renewal as Ethnic Cleansingand many other books

Mark Jones. Biomedical Scientist, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK

Maureen Jones. Kinesiologist, Natural Health Consultant, Rome, Italy.

Ricardo Herbert Jones. Obstetrician, Brazil.

Shadonna Jones. RN, St. Louis, Missouri

Lorato Jongman. Asst. Director of Public Service Management, Govt. of Botswana

Nina Jonsson. PhD Student, Lonsboda, Sweden

Terry Jordan. MSW, University of New England, S. Portland

William H. Jordan Jr. PhD, Culver City, California

Ben Jorgensen. Holistic health care provider, Henniker, New Hampshire

Francis Joseph. Postgrad. Psychology, Alleppey, India

Jeremiah Josey. BEng(Mech), MAICD, Mensa. Brisbane, Australia.

Clare Joslin. EA, MH, DIHom, LAc. Homeopathic Physician, Master of Oriental Medicine, Lic. Acupuncturist, Master Herbalist, Keaau, Hawaii

Christian Joswig. Journalist, Friedersdorf, Germany

Felor Jourdikian. Ms., PhD, Retired Biochemist, Homeopathic Practitioner, Windsor, Ontario, Canada

Frederic B. Jueneman. Science author and industrial analytic chemist. Served as Associate Editor of KRONOS: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Synthesis; as an editor of AEON, a Symposium on Myth and Science, as contributing editor/columnist for Research and Development and on the R&D 100 panel that judges the annual top 100 products developed by academia and industry. Author, Limits of uncertainty: Essays in scientific speculation (1975)Raptures of the deep: Essays in speculative science (1995) and HIV doesn’t cause AIDS (1996).

Mark Julian. DDS, Stamford, Connecticut

Hillary Jupp. Journalist, Animal Nutritionist, Uckfield, UK

Kulikoyela Kahigi. PhD, Associate Professor, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Dr. Suresh Kalatoor. St. Paul, Minnesota

Ashok Kale. MD, Pune, Maharashtra, India

Denise Kalm. MS in Biochemical Genetics. Walnut Creek, California.

Faldie Kamalie. Health Care Manager, Pro Sano Medical Program. Bellville, South Africa

Hawa Kamara. MSc, Brooklyn, New York

Dr. Nassim Cassim Kamdar. MbCHb, PgDFM, Family Practitioner, Durban, South Africa

Joseph Kamenju. Lecturer, Dept. of Architecture, University of Nairobi, Kenya

Paulin Kamga. MA, Berlin, Germany

Wanjiru Kamuyu. MFA, New York

Paul Kangas. CAP, Certified Addiction Professional, medical journalist, San Francisco

Peter Kanyandago. PhD, Professor, Anthropologist, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic Affairs, Uganda Martyrs University, Nkozi, Uganda

Jeff Kaplan. RN, Fort Myers, Florida

Sandra Kaplan. MSW, CSW, Professor, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, New York. Author, EMDR Therapeutic Interweave Treatment Manual

Dr. Leon A. Kappelman. PhD, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas

Louis Kaptue. MD, Brussels, Belgium

Ioannis Karaliotas. MA, PGDipODE, Educational Technology consultant and Project director, Office of the Counselor for Hellenic Education in Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa

Eva Karlsen. Journalist, Oslo, Norway

Werner Karrer. MD, Nürnberg, Germany

Jean-pierre Kassi. PhD, Biomedical Engineering, Technischen Universität Berlin, Germany

Peter S. Kasule. Director, Compassionate Trust Services (COTS), Kampala, Uganda

Sam Kauapirura. Former Personal assistant to the Namibian minister for Ecology and Tourism. Frankfurt, Germany

Joel Kauffman. PhD in Organic Chemistry, MIT. Emeritus Professor of Chemistry, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. A specialist in exploratory drug development, he obtained grants and contracts from the US National Institutes of Health, the Department of Energy, the Office of Naval Research, Army Research Office and various companies. Author of 80 papers on chemical and medical topics, and holder of 11 patents, including 2 on anti-tuberculosis drugs, Dr. Kauffman now works to expose fraud in medicine. Author, Malignant Medical Myths: Why Medical Treatment Causes 200,000 Deaths in the USA Each Year.

Dr. Neeraj Kaul. MD, Gwalior, India

Peter Kavaler. MSc, Castro Valley, California

Deola Kayode. 4th year Medical Student, Ile-ife, Nigeria

Bob Keller. Writer and Independent Researcher, USA.

Steven D. Keller. Journalist, San Francisco, California

Jerome Kelly. MT, Fullerton, California

Robert Hunter Kemmet. RN, Tempe, Arizona, former Science Advisor to Oklahoma Governor

David Kempson. Dipl-Hom, Homeopathic Physician, Brisbane, Australia

Frances Kendall. President of the Federalist Party Of South Africa; City Councilor of Johannesburg; Nobel Peace Prize nominee. Author, The Heart of the NationSuper Parents, Super Children; Co-author, After Apartheid: the Solution For South Africa, and Let the People Govern

Ron Kennedy. MD, Santa Rosa, California

Andrew Kenny. Engineer, Senior Research Officer, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Cape Town, South Africa

Dr. George Kent. PhD, Chairman, Political Science Department, University of Hawaii, Honolulu. Coordinator of the Task Force on Children’s Nutrition Rights for the World Alliance on Nutrition and Human Rights and the World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action

Lulu Kenzig. Homeopath, Acupuncturist, Former Nurse, Yanchep, Australia

Dan Keown. MD, Hythe, United Kingdom

Jean-luc Kerboul. Professeur STMS, Brest, France

Phil Kerpen. Research Director, The Free Enterprise Fund, Washington, DC

Jeremy Kerr. MA, Sociology, University of Kentucky; Lexington, Kentucky

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Steven Kessler. Center for Health and Longevity, Donaldsonville, Louisiana

Tiro Kganela. TV journalist and documentary film maker, Gaborone, Botswana

Dr. Faiz Khan. MD, FACEP, FAAEM, FACP. Diplomate in Emergency and Internal Medicine. Chair of Medical Ethics Committee. Vice-Chair and Head of Academic Affairs, Department of Emergency Medicine, Nassau University Medical Center. East Meadow, New York.

Maleq Khan. MS, PhD Student, Computer Science, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana

Cyril Khanyile. MD, Medical University of South Africa, medical advisor in the South African Health Department’s HIV/AIDS Directorate.

Ashok Khatri. MD, Jaipur, India

Mthembeni Khumalo. National Social Research Co-ordinator for the Working for Water Programme, Cape Town, South Africa

Zakir Kibria. Executive Director, BanglaPraxis, Dhaka, Bangladesh; Editor, Praxis Journal

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Ngenda Kigaraba. Directrice, Agence Tanzanienne de Développement, Geneva Switzerland

Pamela Kikiros. Dipl App Sci (Chem), Perth, Australia

Lou Kilzer. Journalist, Denver Post, Colorado

Dr. Ho Gun Kim. Seoul, South Korea

Dr. Sumg Eun Kim. Seoul, South Korea

Dr. Yong-soo Kim. Seoul, South Korea

Dr. Young Min Kim. Seoul, South Korea

Hae-ryong Kim. MD, Busan, South Korea

Jong-chul Kim. Publisher/Editor, Noksaek Pyongnon (Green Review). Taegu, South Korea

Tae Kim. MD, Los Angeles, California

Stephen Karanja Kimiti. Technologist, Department of Chemistry, University of Nairobi, Kenya

Cliff Kincaid. Journalist and media critic. Author or co-author of nine books on media, cultural affairs and foreign policy issues. [States that some experts still insist that HIV doesn’t cause AIDS, and AIDS tests can be extremely unreliable.] [visit website]

Scott R. King. MA, Chemistry, Harvard University. Phi Beta Kappa, University of Chicago, 1977. Awarded National Science Foundation Fellowship, 1977. President and Director, Hanuman Medical LLC, PlasmaSeal LLC, and Cerco Medical LLC. San Francisco, California

Tim Kington. MSc, Cleveland, Ohio

Dr. Dennis Kinnane. DOM (Doctor of Oriental Medicine), B.Ph., MSc, Licensed Acupuncturist, Herbologist and Pharmacist, Torrance, California

Anthony Kiragu. Conservation Programme Officer, Nature Kenya, Nairobi

Lucy K. Kirauni. Journalist, Nairobi, Kenya

Veronica Kirichenko. Assistant Professor in Biology, Dnepropetrovsk State University, Kiev, Ukraine

John Kirkham. MRes, Science Teacher, Manchester, UK

Simon Kist. Health Care Nurse, Amsterdam.

Johnson Kitheka. PhD, Director, Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute, Mombasa, Kenya

Marvin R. Kitzerow Jr. Nutritionist, Author, The Aids Indictment

Dr. Leo Kivumbi. New York

Edward Kiwanuka. Researcher, Dept. of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, University of Padova, Italy

Leo Klebanov. Physicist, Fiber Optics, Medical Diagnostic Devices. Massachusetts, USA.

Dr. Valery Klebanova. MD, PhD. Researcher in the fields of hygiene, AIDS and cancer. Boston, USA.

Sebastian Kneisel. Law Student. Cologne, Germany.

Lodewyk Kock. PhD, Professor of Biotechnology, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa. Awarded Joint Runner-Up Prize in Research and Innovation from SA’s National Science and Technology Forum (2002)

Dr. Claus Koehnlein. MD, AIDS and Internal Medicine specialist, Kiel, Germany. Co-author of Virus Mania.

Mawuli Kofi-tsekpo. Phd, Nairobi, Kenya, B Pharm, M Pharm, PhD, CChem, ARIC Kenya Medical Research Institute

George Kohl. PhD, President, The Kohl Group, Morristown, New Jersey

Fritz Kohle. MA, London, England. Film Maker. Assistant Director, Production Centre, for NYU, Tisch School of the Arts, Singapore Campus. [visit website]

Ilkka Kokkarinen. PhD, Asst. Professor, Tampere University of Technology, Finland. Author of four computer science textbooks

Vladimir Koliadin. PhD, Statistician, Senior Research Scientist, State Aerospace University, Kharkov, Ukraine

Heidi Kölle. MD, Germany

Sokona Kone. Attorney, Atlanta, Georgia

Felix Konotey-Ahulu. MD, Ghanaian physician at London’s Cromwell Hospital

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Richard Kostelanetz. MA. Fulbright Scholar. Prolific writer, musician, videographer and artist. [visit website]

Dr. Manu Kothari. MD, Professor of Anatomy, former Head of Department of Anatomy, Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College, King Edward Memorial Hospital, Mumbai, India.

Shantilal Kothari. PhD, Nutritionist and President of Academy of Nutrition Improvement (ANI) in Nagpur, India

Sarah Kotzamani. MA, Benicia, California

Alain Kouassi. MSCE, MBA, Civil Engineer, Newark, New Jersey

Alev Kowalzik. Dipl.- Psych. Psychotherapist, Bad Kissingen, Germany

Karl Krafeld. President, Wissenschaft, Medizin und Menschenrechte (Science, Medicine and Human Rights). Dortmund, Germany

John F. Kramer. Physician Assistant Student, Oak Brook, Illinois

Gary Krasner. Science writer; Director, Coalition For Informed Choice, New York

Heinrich Kremer. MD, former Medical Director of the Federal Clinics for Juvenile and Young Adult Drug Offenders for five German counties, including Berlin, Bremen, and Hamburg. Author ofThe Silent Revolution in Cancer and AIDS Medicine in German (2001), Italian (2003) and English (2008).

Philipp Kretzschmar. University of Leipzig. Germany.

Daniela Krucker. Business Analyst. Zug, Switzerland.

Michael Kruschinski. Heilpraktiker, Raubling, Germany

Philippe Krynen. Former director, Partage Tanzania, French Aids charity

Gregg Kuehl. PhD Student, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana

Robert Kuen. Dipl.-Ing., Engineer, München, Germany

Christina Kugi. International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria

Dr. Hans J. Kugler. PhD, Editor, Preventive Medicine Update. BS, University of Munich School of Medicine, Physiology (1964), under Nobel Laureate A. Butenandt. PhD. Former Assistant Professor of Chemistry, SUNY, Stony Brook. Former Associate Professor of Chemistry teaching Pre-Med students and graduate courses in quantum chemistry, Roosevelt University, Chicago. Taught chemistry for the health sciences and nursing at El Camino College; Taught CME for nursing programs at L.A. Harbor College. President and founder, International Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. Board Member, Academy of Preventive Medicine. Former Senior Science Advisor: Gero-Vita and Journal of Longevity. Director, IAAM Stem Cell Laboratory at Health Integration Center, Torrance, CA. Emphasis: Making person-specific stem cells (DNA the same as recipient) via Nuclear Transfer and Parthenogenesis. Author, Slowing Down the Aging Process (1971), Seven Keys to a Longer Life, (Stein & Day, 1978), and Tripping the Clock, a practical guide to anti-aging and rejuvenation, (Health Quest, 1983). Co-author of books for health professionals: Tomorrow’s Medicine Today. Anti-Aging Medical Therapeutics, Vol. 1, 1997. Co-author: Anti-Aging Medical Therapeutics, Vol. II, 1998.

Msizi Kuhlane. Journalist, Documentary Film Maker, Johannesburg, South Africa

Dr. Balasaheb Kulkarni. Associate Professor, The Institute of Science, Mumbai, India

Daniel Kulla. Author, Der PhrasenprüferEins auf’s Auge. Es könnte alles falsch gewesen sein and other books. Dresden, Germany

Harold Kulungian. Nutrition writer, Amherst, Massachusetts

Arbind Kumar. MD, Patna Medical College, India

Satish Kumar. MBBS, Physician, Mangalore, India

Tony Kunin. MA, Queens, New York

Bernard Kunz. MD, Gynecologist, Lausanne, Switzerland

Danladi Dada Kuta. PhD, Senior Research Scientist, National Cereals Research Institute, Badeggi, Nigeria; Researcher, Department of Botany and Plant Physiology, People’s Friendship University of Russia

Beth-Ann Kutchma. Fulbright Program Adviser, University Center for International Studies, University of North Carolina

Mi-Jung Kwon. Korean Society for Applied Microbiology, Busan, Korea

Robert Laarhoven. Journalist, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Pam Ladds. RN, CQSW. Catskill, USA.

Christian Laemmel. Journalist, Strasbourg, France

Rima E. Laibow. MD. Medical Director of the Natural Solutions Foundation. Graduate of Albert Einstein College of Medicine (1970). [visit website]

Dariusz Lakaszynski. Biochemist, Lund University, Sweden

Rafael Laloma. Acupuncturist, Bronx, New York

Brian Lamb. DO, ND. Osteopathic and Naturopathic Physician, Folkestone, UK

William A. Lamb. PhD. Author, How I cured myself of AIDS: A self-treatment handbook of procedures for treating HIV positive and AIDS conditions

Annick Lambert. PhD, Professor of Statistics, Université du Québec en Outaouais, Hull, Canada

Evan Lambrou. Managing Editor, The Hellenic Times, author, Aids. Scare or Scam?

Guylaine Lanctot. MD, author, The Medical Mafia

Lisa Landymore-lim. PhD, Biochemist, Sydney, Australia, author, Poisonous Prescriptions

Shawn Lane. BS Chemistry, Univ. of Notre Dame, MS Environmental Science, Illinois Institute of Technology; Chicago, Illinois

Dr. Serge Lang. PhD, Professor of Mathematics, Yale University; awarded the Dylan Hixon ‘88 Prize for Teaching Excellence in the Natural Sciences; also the Steel and Cole prizes of the American Mathematical Society; Author of 37 books; former Fulbright Scholar; Member, US National Academy of Sciences.

Lesiba Langa. Journalist, City Press, Cape Town, South Africa

Dr. Gottfried A. Lange. Elmshorn, Germany

Dr. Michael Lange. MD, Head of AIDS Programme, St. Lukes Hospital, New York

Jean Paul Lange. Heilpraktiker, Lauffen, Germany

Zoe Langley. Medical Writer, Corvallis, Oregon

Dr. Stefan Lanka. Virologist, PhD, University of Koblenz, Vice President, Science, Medicine and Human Rights, Germany

Raul Lanzelotti. Journalist, Bahía Blanca, Argentina.

Brad Lapin. Writer and Editor, Roma, Italy

Gallix Lardennois. Civil Engineer, Belgium. Former Public Health officer in various countries in Africa, Latin America and Asia. Was advisor to UN Development Program, UN Population Fund, The UN Refugee Agency and EUROPEAid programmes in those countries. Author of the book, Petits Carnages Humanitaires and other short stories describing the carelessness and sham of NGOs and aid agencies in their Third World activities.

Leonora Lartson. MD, MPH, Houston (Texas) Department of Health and Human Services

Ilse Lass. Diplom Biology, Zepkow, Germany

Ottmar Lattorf. Sociologist and Author, Cologne, Germany

Dr. Kevin Lau. DC, MNutr. Australia. Chiropractor and Nutritionist.

James Laub. Co-Chair of the PLWA Advisory Group of the Staten Island (New York) Ryan White HIV CARE Network

Helen Lauer. PhD, Associate Professor, Philosophy Department Head, University of Ghana. Author, Ghana: Changing Values/Changing Technologies and History and Philosophy of Science for African Undergraduates (2003).

Frank Laureano III. Registered Nurse, Emergency Department, Jacksonville, Alabama

John Lauritsen. Journalist, Harvard-educated survey research analyst. Author of the books The AIDS War; Propaganda, Profiteering and Genocide From the Medical-Industrial Complexand Poison by Prescription; The AZT Story

Peter LaVenia. PhD Student, State University of New York. Chairman of the Green Party of Albany County

Diana Laverde. Psychologist, Universidad Los Libertadores, Bogotá, Colombia

Dr. Anya Maria Law. MA, London, UK

Paul Lawrence. Dental Surgeon, Adelaide, Australia

Christopher Lawver. MA, MFT, Psychotherapist, Beverly Hills, California

John le Carré. novelist, The Constant Gardener [Says the Hiv-Aids-AZT controversy needs serious debate and debate is being blocked by the Aids establishment]

Herbert G. Lebherz. PhD, Emeritus Professor of Chemistry, San Diego State University, California

Dr. Lois Lee. Founder, Children of the Night, Recipient of the 1984 President’s Volunteer Action Award

Enid Lee. LL.D, Educational Consultant, Long Beach, California. Visiting Scholar, Teaching For Change, Washington, D.C. and University of California at Santa Cruz. Author, Letters to Marcia: A teacher’s guide to Anti-racist education and many other books

Ki Sung Lee. MD, Seoul, South Korea

Mary Anne Lee. MD, FRCP(C) Internal Medicine (1975) and Neurology (1977). Director of Clinical Neurophysiology, Calgary Foothills Hospital (1981-2000). President of the Canadian Society of Clinical Neurophysiologists (1994-1996). Book Editor, Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences (1992-1996).

Robert W. Lee. Journalist and Author, Murray, Utah

Sandra Lee. Registered Clinical Counselor, SSI Health Collective, Saltspring Island, BC, Canada

Thomas Lee. ND, Kingman, Arizona

Vickie Lee. RPh, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Yong Jae Lee. MD, Seoul, South Korea

Dr. Teshale Lehona. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Nathaniel S. Lehrman. MD, Psychiatrist, Roslyn, New York.

Gary Leikas. RN, BSN, OCN, Bellingham, Washington

Jeffrey Leiphart. Psychologist, San Diego, California

Marcos S. Leite. Electrical Engineer, Yonkers, New York

Roberto Cesar Leite. MD, Director, Center for Integrative Medicine, Curitiba, Brazil

Michael Leitner. Journalist, Dortmund, Germany. Author Mythos Hiv

Frank Vincent Lekey. MD, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Danielle Lemann. MD, Langnau, Switzerland

Viviana Lemos. Psychologist, Universidad Adventista del Plata, Argentina

  1. Zoe Lenska. Former medical researcher in pharmacology. Investigative journalist, London, England. Author, Health Care or Wealth Care.

Marta E. Leon-Sarmiento. MSc, Neuronet-Instituto Colombiano de Neurociencias Aplicadas, Neurobiología Humana & Neurologia Clinica y Funcional, Bucaramanga, Colombia

Dr. Fidias E. León-Sarmiento. MD, PhD, Professor, Department of Internal Medicine and Basic Sciences, Universidad Industrial de Santander, Bucaramanga, Colombia, Senior Research Fellow, National Institutes of Health, Washington DC.

Enzo Leone. Psychiatrist. Milan, Italy.

Hans-Walter Leonhard. PhD, Fürth/Bayern, Germany; runs German Rethinking Aids website

Robert Leppo. MBA, Harvard University

Pete LeRoy. PhD, Associate Professor, Western Montana College

Dr. Ricardo Leschot. MD, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Mark Lester. Complementary Health Practitioner, London, UK

Christophe Letourmy. Biomedical student, Marseilles, France

Stanley Letsoko. Writer, Program Manager, University of the Witwatersrand Business School

Arthur Letzel. Dipl.- Psychologe, Heringsdorf, Germany

Dennis Levy. Former Executive Director, Black And Latino AIDS Coalition, New York City

Samuel W. Levy. PhD, FCACB (Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Clinical Biochemistry)

Ajay Lewis. Medical Transcriptionist, Mumbai, India

Marilyn Jaye Lewis. Novelist, New York. Author of Neptune and Surf and many other books [visit website]

Christian Lhotka. MD, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Vienna, Austria

Wen-Xi Liang. MD, Study Group on Nutrition and Immunity, Bern, Switzerland

Oleg Liber. Professor at Bolton Institute of Higher Education (UK) and Director of CETIS (Centre for Educational Technology Interoperability Standards). Former Director of the Centre for Learning Technology, University of Wales, Bangor

Edward Lieb. Producer, H.E.A.L. This WeekAccent on Wellness [visit website]

Barry A. Liebling. PhD, New York, NY

Paul Lineback. MS (Counselling Psychology), former Counselor and Instructor at Southwestern Oregon Community College, Rogue Community College and Eastern Oregon University

Herman Nyeck Liport. Journalist, Esperanto professor, Douala, Cameroon

Thomas Lipscomb. Journalist, New York. Chairman, Center for the Digital Future; Fellow, Annenberg Center for the Digital Future at University of Southern California; Founder and President of Times Books (The New York Times book division); Holder of 5 patents in digital technology; Member, New York Academy of Sciences

Constanza Lisdero. PhD, Postdoctoral Associate in Physiology, Tufts University School of Medicine, Massachusetts

Matelda Lisdero. MD, Ginecología, Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires, Argentina

David Lishner. PhD Psychology, Seattle, Washington

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Gary L. Livacari. DDS, Skokie, Illinois

Xavier Livermon. Graduate Student, University of California, Berkeley

Anthony F. Liversidge. Science Writer and contributing editor at Omni Magazine

Carl Llyons. MSW, Toronto, Canada

Shyh-Ching Lo. MD, PhD, Chief, Division of Molecular Pathobiology, U.S. Armed Forces Institute of Pathology [Says AIDS is much more complicated than just Hiv and Hiv’s causative role is only “possible,” i.e., not proven]

Helen Lobato. Journalist, Melbourne, Australia

Michel Lobrot. PhD, Univ. Paris VIII, Les Lilas, France

James Locke. CPHT, Oakland, California

Justin Loew. Meteorologist, Wausau, Wisconsin

Randall H. Lofton. D.O., Pathologist, Port Arthur, Texas

Joan Lohay. Programme Officer for Nutrition Education, Tanzania Food & Nutrition Centre, Dar Es Salaam

Christian Loizeau. Laboratory of Toxicology, Faculty of Science, University of Metz, France

Joseph Lolichen. MSW, Concerned for Working Children, India.

Dr. Henk Loman. PhD, Professor of Biophysical Chemistry at the Free University in Amsterdam. [Deceased 2002]

Stoffer Loman. PhD, Pharmaceutical Chemist, Utrecht, Netherlands.

Robert Lombardi. Medical Writer, Liège, Belgium. Author, L’immensa balla dell’AIDS and Medicina inganno totale

Lucía Londoño de Madrid. Bacteriologist, iridologist, New York

Warren Longmire. PhD, San Francisco, California

Dr. Michele Lopez. Ministry of Public Health, Napoli, Italy

Judith Lopez. San Francisco, Scientific Illustrator, Author, Immune Dysfunction–Winning My Battle Against Toxins, Illness & the Medical Establishment

Rubin Lopez. MM, Indianapolis, Indiana

Juan Jesús López. MSc, Professor of Engineering, Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Tijuana, Mexico

Luz Marina López. MD, Universidad del Rosario de Bogotá, Colombia

Professor José Ramón López. Director, Pereira Chapter, Colombian Arts and Sciences Foundation and coordinator of the Foundation’s Committee on Health. Pereira, Colombia

Cedric Lorand. MSc, Researcher, University of Notre Dame, Indiana

Karl Loren. MBA Harvard Univ., Researcher and Author, Burbank, California

Marco Loreti. Engineer, Perugia, Italy

Kelvin Lorraway. Pedorthotist/Orthotist. Allied Health. Mackay, Queensland, Australia

Zvi Lothane. MD, Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, City University of New York. Author, In Defense of Schreber: Soul Murder and Psychiatry

Leon Louw. Executive Director, Free Market Foundation and Law Review Project, South Africa; co-author, Beyond Apartheid and other books; nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989, 1991, and 1992

John C. Lowe. MA, D.C., Chiropractic physician, Boulder, Colorado. Co-author, Your Guide to Metabolic Health

David Lowenfels. Engineer. MEng (MIT); MA (Stanford). Author, The Dual Strategy of the Immune Response (2008) in The Silent Revolution in Cancer and AIDS Medicine. San Francisco.

Hector Lozada. Reporter for the newspaper El Bravo, Matamoros, Mexico

Maurizio Luca-Moretti. MD, PhD, president, Inter American Medical and Health Association

Manuel Lucena. PhD, Asst. Professor in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, Universidad de Jaen, Spain

Larena Luciano. Linguist, London, UK

Sharon Luddington. RN, Keswick, Canada

David Ludwig. MPH, RS, Manager, Environmental Health, Maricopa County Environmental Services. President, Arizona Environmental Health Association

David Lueker. PhD. Full Professor Emeritus of Immunology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, USA

Luis Alberto Luévano. Chemical Engineer, Mexico City

Friedrich Luft. MD, Franz-Volhard-Klinic, Berlin, Germany

Federico Fernando Luján. Dentist, Oral Surgeon, Medical Student, Posadas, Argentina

Lilian Lukambuzi. National Environment Council (NEMC), Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Norman Lundel. Medical student, New York, NY

Dr. Victoria Lundgreen. Stavanger, Norway

Frank Lusardi. Software developer. Author Database Expert’s Guide to SQL and Netbios Programming.

Gustavo Marcelo Lust-Krämer. Student of Biomedical Engineering, Montevideo, Uruguay

David Lutz. PhD, Lecturer, Strathmore University, Nairobi, Kenya

Paul Lyalakin. Medical Student, St. Petersburg, Russia

James Lyons. DC, Biologist, Medical Researcher, Doctor of Chiropractic, Columbus, Ohio

James MacAllister. Medical Documentary Film Maker. Winner of many awards including First Prize in the Health Science Communications Association Awards, 1989, Continuing Education for Physicians category for Surgical Implantation Dermaport Peritoneal Dialysis Catheter; New England Chapter American Medical Writers Association, 1991, Audiovisual Award of Excellence for Recent Advances in Cranial Perforation; 1992 Video Publishing Award of Excellence for Minimizing Post Dural Puncture Headaches; 1993 Video Publishing Award of Excellence for Institute for the Study of Cardiovascular and Muscle Diseases; 1996 William Solimene Award for Audiovisual Media for Living Well with Diabetes Type I and many others.[visit website]

David MacGowan. Former Professor of Architecture, former Research Professor at the College of Architecture and Urban Planning, former Research Professor at the College of Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle. Current research – mathematical modeling of aspects of perception for design applications in ergonomics and energy conservation, venues Hungary and Slovakia. [The consensus position on HIV and AIDS does not appear to be supported by the published data.]

Laura Machado. MSc, Physics, La Victoria, Venezuela

Zorodzai Machekanyanga. Advocacy and Information Officer for Zimbabwe’s National AIDS Council (NAC)

Jamey Mack. Biochemist, Abbott Laboratories, Waukegan, Illinois

Arthur Mackenzie-Peers. Chemist, Limeuil, France

Robert MacLagan. Health issues consultant, St. Petersburg, Florida

Shane A. MacLaughlin. PhD, Chemistry, Toronto, Canada

Joe Madanski. MA, Painesville, Ohio

Rangarirai Claudius Madembo. Economist, Harare, Zimbabwe

James Madigan. BS Biology (Rutgers), MS Clinical Nutrition (Bridgeport University, Connecticut)

Lerato Madimabe. Journalist, Grahamstown, South Africa

Ndumiso Madlala. MSc, Chemical Engineering, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa

Lucia Madrid. Medical Technologist, Wantagh, North Carolina

  1. Eric Madrid. Ohio State Medical Student Class of 2002, Columbus, Ohio

Uchenna Madu. Director of Information, Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB)

Glenn A. Magee. PhD, Assistant Professor, Philosophy, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, Georgia

Christine Maggiore. Former Director, Alive and Well (, author, What if Everything You Thought You Knew About Aids Was Wrong?

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Jean Mahailet. PhD, Naturopath, Mableton, Georgia

Chetan Mahendra. MEng student, Singapore

Peter Mahlangu. Attorney, Johannesburg, South Africa

Robert Mahler. MD, Medical Resident, Yonkers, New York

Darren Main. Yoga and meditation instructor, San Francisco. Author, Yoga and the Path of the Urban Mystic and Spiritual Journeys along the Yellow Brick Road

Ernest John Maina. MD, Nairobi, Kenya

Leonardo Maini. PhD student, High School Science Teacher, Padova, Italy

Dr. A. Makata. Dipl (Clinical Medicine), MD (USSR), Certificate in Tropical Pathology (Japan), PhD in Pathology (Japan), DFM in Pathology (Australia). Consultant Forensic and Histopathologist, Head of Forensic Unit. Ministry of Health, Tanzania.

Amon R. Makenya. PhD, Royal University of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

Rian Malan. South African author of My Traitor’s Heart: A South African Exile Returns to Face His Country, His Tribe and His Conscience. [Thinks that African Aids figures are very exaggerated by the Aids establishment]

Senón Malo Batista. MD, Universidad del Norte, Barranquilla, Columbia; Scientific Director, Center For Alternative Therapies, Cartagena, Colombia

Wubshet Mamo. PhD, Assoc. Professor of Medical Microbiology, University of Uppsala, Sweden

Pasquale Mamone. MD, Heart Surgeon, San Camillo Hospital, Rome, Italy

Mathias Mamsch. PhD Student, University of Magdeburg, Germany

Sibongile Manana. Nurse, Former MEC of Health in Mpumalanga Provincial Government, South Africa

Antonino Mancuso. MD, Bologna, Italy

Harold Mandel. MD, Syracuse, New York, USA. [visit website]

Daniele Mandrioli. MD (Università di Bologna). Thesis on the Chemical-AIDS Hypothesis.

Jerry S. Maneker. PhD, Professor of Sociology, California State University, Chico

Andrew Maniotis. PhD, Associate Professor of Bioengineering. Former Program Director, Cell and Developmental Biology of Cancer, Departments of Pathology, Anatomy and Cell Biology, and Bioengineering, University of Illinois at Chicago

Kassi Manlan. MD, Director General for Health and Social Services, Cote d’Ivoire [Says the virus is only a co-factor]

Cathy Manning. Certified Hypnotherapist, Buena Vista, Colorado

Dr. Tim Manning. Family doctor. Montreal, Canada

Susan Manning. PhD (Sociology)

Erik C. Manos. DDS, Denver, Colorado

Roland Mansour. MS Electrical Engineering, Brooklyn, New York

Carla Marcelis. Naturopath, Montreal, Canada. Co-author, Uncommon Questions: A Feminist Exploration of AIDS

Régine Marchal. Psychothérapeute, Namur, Belgium

Geir Marcussen. MNNH, Homeopath, Hommelstoe, Norway

Lynn Margulis. PhD, Biologist, Distinguished Professor of Geosciences, University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Originated the Endosymbiotic Theory for the origin of eukaryotic cells in 1966, which was ridiculed for years by the scientific establishment until proven in the 1980s. Recipient of the National Medal of Science (1999). Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 1983. Author of over 130 scientific works and the books, Origin of Eukaryotic CellsEarly LifeSymbiosis as a Source of Evolutionary Innovation: Speciation and MorphogenesisSymbiotic Planet: A New Look at EvolutionThe Ice Chronicles: The Quest to Understand Global Climate Change and many others. The Library of Congress started to permanently archive all of her papers in 1998. [visit website]

Zachary Margulis-Ohnuma. Attorney, New York City

Arseni Markoff. Assistant Professor of Biochemistry, University of Muenster, Germany. Author of more than 20 scientific papers.

David Marnaw. MD, Chiang Rai, Thailand

Dr. Gianluca Marocci. Mantova, Italy

Jennifer Marquis. PhD, San Francisco, California

Pierpaolo Marrone. PhD, Associate Professor in Moral Philosophy, University of Trieste, Italy

Wende Elizabeth Marshall. PhD, Princeton University. Assistant Professor, University of Virginia. Previously Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS, Yale University School of Medicine.

Mboubi Massepo Yves Martial. Etudiant en medicine à la Faculté de medicine et des sciences biomedicales de L’université de Yaoundé (medical student in the faculty of medicine and biomedical science at the university of Yaounde), Cameroon.

David Martin. B.A., Physics. Writer/Illustrator/Translator, Osaka, Japan. Author, Dave the Canadian Beaver Goes to Japan

Brian Martinez. Journalist, Houston, Texas

Eduardo Martinez. Editor/Publisher, Tendencias Científicas, Spanish language science news service. Madrid, Spain

Lorenz Martinez. MA Sociology, Mission Viejo, California

Victor Hugo Martinez. Agricultural Engineer, Tepic, Mexico. President of the Foundation for Holistic Medicine

Mirlenis Martínez. Journalist, Barquisimeto, Venezuela

Juan-luis Martinez-ledesma. Instructor in Physics, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Gaetano Martino. MD, Olona, Italy

Marlon Martins Freitas. Nutritionist, Brazil.

Chiara Martucci. MA, Milano, Italy

Nhlavana Maseko. President, The Traditional Healers Organisation of South Africa.

Kadmiel Maseyk. PhD Student, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel

Dr. Antonio Masini. Bovolone Vr, Italy

Ilja Maso. PhD, Professor of Theory of Science, Universiteit voor Humanistiek, Utrecht, Netherlands. His fields of interest include qualitative research, empirical phenomenological research and the demarcation between science and pseudo-science

Jayne Mason. Registered Nurse, Brisbane, Australia

Thomas Mason. PhD, Professor of Mathematics, Florida A&M University

Domenico Mastrangelo. MD. Senior Scientist (Research); Opthalmology/Oncology Unit; Medicine and Surgery; University of Siena; Italy

Leo Mastromatteo. Engineer, Ghana

Patrice Matchaba. MD, Cochrane Centre, Cape Town, South Africa

Maribel Mateo. PhD, Professor of Education, University of Barcelona, Spain

Doris Matovelo. MA, Med. Asst., Ndolage Mission Hospital and Morogoro Govt. Hospital; Nutrition Officer for Morogoro Urban; Librarian, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania

Jayro A. Matovelo. Professor and Assoc. Director, Research & Postgraduate Studies, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania

Dumiso G.M. Matshazi. Masters in Public Health (Biostatistics and Health Administration), Zimbabwe.

Kuthula Matshazi. Diploma in Journalism from CCOSA, Harare. International Development Studies and Communication Studies degree from York University, Toronto. Masters student in Globalisation Studies. [visit website]

  1. Matsumoto. Professor of Management, Tokyo, Japan

Ken N. Matsumura. MD, Chairman, Alin Foundation & Research Institute., Berkeley, California

Klazien Matter-Walstra. PhD, former manager, laboratory for immunocytochemical cancer diagnosis for exfoliative cytology, Institute of Pathology in Bern, Switzerland. Presently teaches evidence based medicine at Mediscope

Constance Matthews. Registered Nurse, Orlando, Florida

James Matthews. PhD, Senior Lecturer, University of Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff, UK

Anna-Inez Matus. BS (RT). Certified Natural Hygiene Counselor. Graduate of University Hospital of Maryland in Radiological Technology with an emphasis on diagnostic and special procedures. Certified in radiation therapy from St. Agnes Hospital in Baltimore, Md. Earned a BS in allied health and social psychology from Lebanon Valley College as well as certification in Life Science from the Life Science Institute, Austin, Texas and a BS from The Shelton College of Health Sciences.

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Robert W. Maver. F.S.A., MAA., Director of Research, Mutual Benefit Life, Kansas City, Missouri

Giora Mavligit. MD, University of Texas. [Concluded that their results “strongly support the hypothesis that allogenic sperm is an etiologic factor in the pathogenesis of acquired immune dysregulation among homosexual males” who practice anal sex.]

Daria Max. RN, New York City

Jeannie Max. MA. Biology teacher. Minnesota, USA.

Gregory Maxim. Attorney, Sacramento, California

Leonid Maximenkov. PhD, Historian and Essayist, Moscow, Russia

Deidre May. Reviews Editor, Kyoto Journal, Kyoto, Japan

Sonja Mayer. Journalist, Augsburg, Germany

Clemmer Mayhew III. writer, Delray Beach, Florida

Juan Mazar Barnett. Biologist, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Silvia Mazzoleni. Author, Storia di una scomunicaAmarsi con il cibo and other books. Cazzago Brabbia, Italy

Justine Mbabazi. Rwandan Attorney, Visiting Scholar in Gender and the Law, American University, Washington College of Law, Washington, DC

Sama Mbang. DC; RIC/E, Scientist/Researcher, Daimler Chrysler. Ulm, Germany

Thabo Mbeki. President of South Africa. MEcon (University of Sussex, 1966), Honorary Doctorate, Rand Afrikaans University (1999), Honorary Doctorate of Laws, Glasgow Caledonian University (2000). [visit website]

Carlos Mbuta. MSc, National Environmental Management Council, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Sue McCaskie. Journalist, Bellmore, New York

Valerie W. McClain. IBCLC, Board certifed lactation consultant, Florida

Holley McCoy-Eller. Journalist, Mildenhall, UK

Craig McCracken. Dental Prosthetist, Teacher, Department of Health and Biosciences, RMIT University, Melbourne. Board member, Dental Practice Board of Victoria, Australia

Ross McCulloch. D.C., Chiropractor and Applied Kinesiologist, Tunbridge Wells, UK

Helen McDade. Veterinary Surgeon, UK; Executive Officer of an M.E. (myalgic encephalopathy) Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Research charity

Scott McDonald. MSc Chemistry, Leeds, UK

Louis E. McFarland. PhD, Instructor in Sociology, Georgia College and State University

John F. McGowan. PhD, Physics, Mountain View, California

Rod McGregor. MD, Clinician, London, UK

Dr. Matthew McIntosh. PhD, Director of HCC Wellness and Cardiac Rehabilitation Center, Hagerstown, Maryland

Andrew McIntyre. Journalist, Melbourne, Australia

Joseph McIntyre. Professor of Linguistics, University of Hamburg, Germany

Kenneth V. McIver. Acupuncturist, Member of New Zealand’s government health liason committee. Auckland, New Zealand

Michael McKee. Naturopath, Homeopath, Bachelor of Applied Science in Health Science, Brisbane, Australia

Dr. Joan McKenna. Research Physiologist, Institute for Thermobaric Studies, Berkeley, California

John McKinney. MD, St. Louis, Missouri

Brian D. McLean. BSc, DDS. Barrie, Ontario, Canada. [visit website]

Ann-Marie McLeod. Massage and Nutrition Therapist, Truro, UK

Matthew McLeod. PhD, Nutrition & Health, London, United Kingdom

Wendy McQueen. RN, CNM, MSN. Nurse Midwife. Miami, Florida.

Lynne McTaggart. London, UK, Editor of 25 books on health, Author of What Doctors Don’t Tell You: the Truth about the Dangers of Modern Medicine and other books

  1. Robynne McWayne. MD, anesthesiologist, Olympia, Washington; Author, Radical Reality

Spencer Means. Professor, Baruch College, City University of New York

Nicholas Megan. Computer network engineer, IBM, Los Angeles, California

Reza Mehrabi. PhD (Chemiccal Engineering). MIT.

Rugatiri Mekacha. PhD, Head, Kiswahili Department, University Of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Howard C. Mel. PhD, Berkeley, California

Arthur Melkonian. MD, Epidemiology and Public Health, Yerevan, Armenia

Monica Melton. Faculty of Mass Communications, Program Director, WSNC. Winston-Salem State University, North Carolina

Juan Carlos Mendible. PhD, Associate Professor of Biochemistry, School of Medicine, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Caracas; Venezuelan rep. to UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Bioethics Committee

Dr. Antonio Mendoza. MD, president, Colombian Association for the Scientific Reappraising of the Etiology of AIDS (TOXISIDA)

José Mendoza Amador. Dental Surgeon, Hospital General de México, Secretariat of Health and the National Institute of Cancer Studies. Monarcas, México

Nicola Menicacci. Author, Bob Dylan L’Ultimo Cavaliere. Co-author, Siena e San Galgano, Firenze, Italy

Mike Menkes. President, Health Science Solutions, Hollywood, Florida; Nutrition Advisor for TAEBO nutritional products

Nina Menkes. Film Maker, Won Los Angeles Film Critics award, fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Rockefeller Foundation, an American Film Institute Independent Filmmaker grant, and many other awards

Ashok Menon. PhD, Radiology Researcher, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Shabnam Merchant. New York, BA, Physics, Bryn Mawr College; MS, Engineering Sciences, Dartmouth College

Dr. Joseph Mercola. former Chairman of the Family Medicine department at St. Alexius Medical Center, Hoffman Estates, Illinois; served as editor of HIV Monograph by Abbott Laboratories published in 1989 and distributed to physicians nationally. Editor of, one of the top 10 health websites on the internet

David Merrell. BSc. DMD, FAGD., Oral Med/Aids Medical Staff, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Dr. David Mertz. PhD, Philosopher of Science, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Debbasu Meselu Amare. MA, Agricultural University of Norway’s Centre for International Environment and Development Studies.

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Bernd Meyer. Diplom Physiker, Berlin, Germany

Christl Meyer. Diploma Biologist, Master of Chemistry and Biology. Professor of Natural Sciences, InterAmerican Medical University, Corozal, Belize

Ullricke Meyer. Pre Med – Physiology, Paris, France

Lynet Mhlanga. Human Rights Attorney, London, UK

Dr. Sam Mhlongo. MD, Head of the Department of Family Medicine and Primary Health Care at the Medical University of South Africa, Johannesburg.

Tony W. Micallef. ATMS-accredited complementary medicine practitioner and iridologist, Sydney, Australia

John F. Michael. PhD student, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Terry Michael. Executive Director, Washington Center for Politics & Journalism, and former Press Secretary, Democratic National Committee. Recipient of the Distinguished Service Awardin 2001 from the Washington, DC, chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Presidential Award in 2002 from the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. He has served as a guest lecturer on media and politics, in the US and abroad, for the US Department of State and is a former adjunct lecturer at George Washington University.

Gabriel G. Michaelides. MSc (Mathematics). Science journalist, Pretoria, South Africa. Author of Then and Now: The Evolution of Social Control [visit website]

Aaron Micheau. Attorney, Public Defender, Legal Aid Society, New York City

Th. H.L. Michiels. MD, Vinkeveen, The Netherlands

Foster Mijiga. Director, National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI). Windhoek, Namibia

Vladimir Mikaelyan. PhD, Assoc. Professor, Psychology, Yerevan State University, Armenia

John Mikowski. MD, Warsaw, Poland

Stefania Milazzo. Research Fellow, Peninsula Medical School, Universities of Exeter & Plymouth Institute of Health & Social Care, Exeter, UK

Gil Mileikowsky. MD. President, Alliance for Patient Safety, Sponsor of the Semmelweis Society International ‘Clean Hands Award’.

John Milich. Journalist, Ithaca, New York

James Miller. MD, Oakland, California

James W. Miller. MD, San Leandro, California

Larry Thomas Miller. CLS, MA, Los Angeles, California

Todd Miller. PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology, University of Miami School of Medicine, Florida

Dr. Donald W. Miller Jr. MD (Harvard, 1965), BMS (Dartmouth, 1963), Professor of Surgery, University of Washington School of Medicine. Author of The Practice of Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery (1977), co-author of Atlas of Cardiac Surgery (1983, Japanese version 1985), author of Heart in Hand (1999).

Dr. Perrine Millet. Gynecologist, Centre Hospitalier Des Escartons, Briançon, France

Mark L. Milliron. BSc MSc PhD candidate Medical Genetics, Chilliwack, BC, Canada

Jamie Mills. MD, Leicester, UK

Stephen Mills. MS Accounting. University of Houston.

Dr. George Milowe. MD, Melrose-Wakefield Hospital, Malden, Massachusetts

Michael Mink. PhD candidate, Holistic Nutrition, Atlanta, Georgia

Gary James Minter. Epidemiologist, North Carolina Dept. of Health and Human Services, Raleigh, North Carolina

William R. Minto. PhD, University of Western Ontario, Canada.

Sandy Mintz. MA, Writer and Publisher, Vaccination News, Anchorage, Alaska

Cristina Miró. PhD Student in Molecular Biology, Barcelona, Spain

Maria Missiroli . PhD, Researcher, Villa Griffone Radio Labs, Università di Bologna, Italy

  1. David Mitchell. PhD, Psychologist and Emeritus Professor of Educational Technology (former Director of the Graduate Programme), Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. Recipient of the Prix Phillippe-Marton award for educational technology

Richard Mitchell. PhD, Professor of Sociology, Oregon State University. Recipient of the Charles Horton Cooley Award, the most prestigious in sociology

Maria Mitzikis. Nutritionist, Sydney, Australia

Shinnichi Miyamoto. Chemist, Hyogo, Japan

John Mkandawire. MSW, MPH, Boston, Massachusetts

Lindelani Mnguni. MSc. PhD candidate. Pretoria, South Africa.

Eugene Mniwasa. LLB, Researcher, Writer, Attorney, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Omba Sakatolo Modeste. Président, La Communauté Katangaise du Canada

Keoagile Modisakeng. MSc, PhD Student in Biochemistry, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa

Dr. Shadrack Moephuli. PhD, Toxicology, Senior Lecturer, Department of Biochemistry, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa [Says leading Aids drug AZT should not be used because it’s too toxic]

Lerato Mofoti. Attorney, Bloemfontein, South Africa

Deepak Mogha . Engineer, Bhopal, India

Ould Sidi Mohamed Lamine. Professeur de Gestion (Management Professor), Bamako, Mali.

Abdalla Mohammed. PhD, Instructor, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Mahesh Mokashi. MD, Mumbai, India

Charles Molele. Journalist, Johannesburg, South Africa

Mario Enrique Molina. PhD (Neurobiology). Computer Engineer. Mendoza, Argentina

Francis Moloi. Harvard University South Africa Fellow. Author, A Constitutional Debacle: Amnesty to Perpetrators and Denial of the Victims’ Right of Access to Court

Clark Molstad. PhD, Professor of Mgmt, California State University, San Bernardino

Juan José Moncada Ibáñez. MD, Medical Director, Santa Natura, Peruvian Institute of Integral Medicine

Constantino Mondragon. Psychotherapist, Mexico City

Rosa Cecilia Monsalve. RN, University of Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia

Emanuele Montanari. Electronic Engineer. University of Bologna

Joseph Montanez. Respiratory Therapist; HIV pre-post counselor, Massachusetts

Carlos Monteverde. MD, Immunology and Allergy, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Al Montgomery. Chemist, Blythewood, South Carolina

Fernando R. Montserrat. Psychotherapist, Mexico City

Patrizia Monzani. Filmmaker, Barcelona, Spain. [visit website]

Aadela Moolla. Student (Microbiology & Haemotology), Johannesburg, South Africa

Cherri Moore. RN, Jackson, Mississippi

Dave Moore. Retired Engineering Director, Broadcast Television, Kamuela, Hawaii

David Moore. Engineer, Wichita, Kansas

Kojo Moore. JD, Berkeley, California

Rusty M. Moore. PhD, Assoc. Professor, Hofstra University, New York

Wayne Moore. CQSW, London, UK

Brendan Moorehead. MSc, Stanford University. Oakland, California

Mpho Mophiring. Engineer, Johannesburg, South Africa

Sergio Alexander Mora Alfonso. MD. Internal Medicine-Rheumatology, Hospital Universitario De La Samaritana, Bogota, Colombia.

David Moraga Amador. PhD, Scientific Director, Education and Training Core, Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research, University of Florida

Gordon Moran. Author, Silencing Scientists and Scholars in Other Fields

Rheeta Moran. Senior Researcher, Salford University, UK [Says the Aids drugs don’t work]

Roselyne Morel. MD, Nantes, France

Pau Moreno. MD, Barcelona, Spain

Elizabeth Morgan. Lecturer, University of Queensland, Australia

Juan Manuel Morillo Velázquez. Dentist, PhD. Madrid, Spain.

Andreas Moritz. Ayurvedic Medical Practitioner, Nutritionist, Author of many books including Simple Steps to Total HealthThe Amazing Liver and Gallbladder FlushTimeless Secrets of Health and RejuvenationCancer Is Not A DiseaseHeart Disease No MoreHeal Yourself with Sunlight and Ending The AIDS Myth.

Peter Morrell. MPhil, Lecturer, Hon. Research Associate, History of Medicine, Staffordshire University, UK, co-author, Environmental Science textbook

John Anthony Morris. PhD, Biochemist, Bell of Atari College Park, Maryland

Margaret Morris. MT (ASCP) SC, NCA-CLS, Medical Technologist, Specialist Chemistry/ American Society of Clinical Pathologists. Springvale, Maine

Joseph E. Morrow. PhD, Cal. State Univ. Sacramento, California

Philip Mortimer. PhD, Director of the Virus Reference Laboratory of the Public Health Laboratory Service, London, UK [Says Hiv tests not accurate, not reliable, high rates of false positives, and it may be impossible to relate a positive test specifically to Hiv]

  1. Morucci. Department of Anatomy, Histology and Forensic Medicine at the University of Firenze. Co-author of AIDS Denialism at the [Italian] Ministry of Health(Medical Hypotheses, 2009).

Luis Rafael Moscote Salazar. MD. Neurosurgeon. Colombia.

Benjamin Moses. Graduate student in physiology, Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, DC, and medical student, Tulane University School of Medicine

Jonas Moses. PhD, PA. Former US Army clinician (Ophthalmology). Cancer biologist in the Dept. of Pathology, Univ. of Illinois – Chicago (2002-2007), and consulting cell and tissue engineer.

Richard Onchaga Moses. MSc, PhD Student, International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation, Enschede, Netherlands

Keith Moskowitz. Senior Scientist, Gaithersburg, MD

Albert G. Mosley. PhD, Professor of Philosophy, Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts [Says Aids is multifactorial]

Victor Mosoti. Attorney, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Heath Motley. Doctor of Applied Kinesiology and Chiropractic, Honolulu, Hawaii

Leila Mouammar. PhD Student, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada

Rana Moussa. PhD Organic Chemistry. Graduate Diploma Education. Sydney, Australia

William Mowery. Jr., MSEE, Morristown, New Jersey

Dr. Carlos Alberto Moya Rabelly. MD, Epidemiologist, Tijuana, Mexico

John D. Moyer. MD, Surgeon, Yarmouthport, Massachusetts

Dr. Yusufu Mpairwe. MB, CHB, MD. Medical Microbiologist, Director of NAGURU Medical Laboratory, Kampala, Uganda.

Matane Mphahlele. Attorney, Pretoria, South Africa

Peter Mtakwa. PhD, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania

Simphiwe Mtshengu. Advocate at Law. Mthatha/East London, South Africa

Nakato Mubanda. DC, MAc, Chiropractor, Acupuncturist, Kampala, Uganda

Simbarashe Mubwandarikwa. Medical Doctor, Zimbabwe

Andrew Mueller. BS Biology, Florida State University; MPH (Master of Public Health), Florida International University; Jacksonville, Florida

Clement Mufuzi . National Chairman, Network of Zambian People Living Positively with AIDS, Lusaka

Ali Muhammad. Homeopath & Certifed Nutritional Therapist, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Charlene Muhammad. Clinical Herbalist. Baltimore, MD.

Melanie Muise. Grad. Student in Sociology, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Canada

Simon Mukwana. Medical Researcher, Computer Medicine, London, England

Imanuel Mulder. Former Chief Director, Occupational Health and Safety, Dept. of Labor, Govt. of South Africa. Pretoria

Hermann Müller. PhD, Director, Institute of Virology, Universität Leipzig, Germany

Roger Müller. Journalist for “Die Weltwoche”, Zürich, Switzerland

Dr. Kary Mullis. PhD, Biochemist, Winner, 1993 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for inventing the polymerase chain reaction, the basis for the HIV viral load tests.

Purushottam Muloli. Co-founder of JACK India. Member of Rethinking AIDS. Has been questioning the Indian health ministry and UNAIDS about the scientific evidence behind labelling sections of the population, such as homosexuals, high-risk groups. New Delhi, India.

  1. Munck. MD, Ceret, France

Jethu Mundul. TV Journalist, Documentary Film Maker, Bombay, India

Peggy Munson. Author, Stricken: Voices from the Hidden Epidemic of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Providence, Rhode Island

Eric Muriithi. MSc, Environmental Engineer, Nairobi, Kenya

Dr. Guillermo Murillo Godínez. Internal Medicine Specialist, Hospital General Regional 1, Querétaro, México

Brian K. Murphy. Formerly Senior Policy Analyst with Inter Pares, the Canadian international social justice organization; Author, Transforming the World, An Open Conspiracy for Social Change, ZED Books (London and New York), 1999.

Michael Murphy. Editor, Overpriced Stock Service newsletter and California Technology Stock Letter

Rose Mary Murphy. Women’s Health Interaction, Ottawa, Canada. Co-author, Uncommon Questions: A Feminist Exploration of AIDS

Rich Murray. Registered Pharmacist, Georgetown

Robert G. Murray. MD, Missouri.

Enrico Bressan Muscará. Film Director, Madrid, Spain

Benjamin Musclow. BSc (Honours) Chemistry.

Dolors Musté. Directora de la Fundació Tàrraco Energia Local, Tarragona, Spain

Laurent Mutelet. Geobiologist, Saint Léon, France

Aldin K Mutembei. PhD, Lecturer, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Joachim Mutter. MD. Institute for Environmental Medicine and Hospital Epidemiology. Freiburg, Germany. Wrote foreword to Virus Mania.

Adrian Muunga. Program Officer, National Democratic Institute, Lilongwe, Malawi

Besa Muwele. Statistician. Post-Graduate Diploma in Economic Modelling (2002). Masters in Development Economics. IMF Institute Diploma in National Accounts Statistics. Lusaka, Zambia.

Santina Mwarania . MA, Counselor, Idaho School for the Deaf and Blind. Twin Falls, Idaho

Dr. Ahmed Makata Mwinyimtwana. Forensic Pathologist, Melbourne, Australia

Rebecca Myles. Journalist, New York

Claude Naar. MD, Radiologist, Plantation, Florida

Martin Nabor. D.Min, Georgia

Zehavi Nachsoni. US Army Engineering School, Brooklyn, USA

Mohsen Fathi Najafi. PhD Biotechnology. Vaccine Researcher. Iran.

Sheri Nakken. RN, MA, Homeopathic Educator, Nevada City, California

Tiwari Krishna Nand. MD, Physician, Berlin, Germany

Abhijit Nandi. Physician, MBBS, Master in Community Health, Kolkata, India

Jerome F. Napoli. D.C., San Francisco, California

Catherine Nasmith. B.Arch, OAA, MRAIC, TSA, CAPHC, Architect, Toronto, Canada

Navaya Ole Ndaskoi . Journalist, Coordinator, Indigenous Rights for Survival International, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Mboneli Ndlangisa. MSc, Harding, South Africa

Chris Neaves. Homeopath, Randburg, South Africa

Hans H. Nehrlich. MD, PhD. Brisbane, Australia

Andrew Neil. MA, PhD (hon), Publisher of The Business (London) The Scotsman and Evening News (Edinburgh). Formerly editor of the Sunday Times of London, UK editor of The Economist and Executive editor of Fox Television News in the US

J.B. Neilands. PhD, Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry, University of California, Berkeley [Says Duesberg makes an excellent case that Hiv is not the cause of Aids and we need an investigation of corruption in the federal AIDS program]

Cindy Nelson. MA, San Francisco, California

Jeff Neo. Engineer, Republic Polytechnic Institute, Singapore

Dr. Willi Neuhold. Homeopathic Physician, Graz, Germany

Felix Mosi Ngamlagosi. Economist, Ministry of Water and Livestock Development, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Emmanuel Ngembo. PhD, Mathematician, University of Alberta, Canada

Richard Ngwenya. MD, Adjunct Clinical Professor of Medicine, Institute for Molecular Medicine, Huntington Beach, California; Executive Medical Director, James Mobb Immune Enhancement Clinics, Harare, Zimbabwe

Lorena Nicardi. PhD, Sesto San Giovanni, Italy.

Dian Nicholson. AMA, Metaphysician/Psychotherapist. Author, Lies Your Ego Told You, Toronto, Canada

Joshua Nicholson. Student in Molecular Cell and Developmental Biology. UCSC. Journalist, City on a Hill.

Cathy Nickels. MS Certified Health Education Specialist Instructor, – IUPUI, Indianapolis, Indiana

Dominica Nieddu. MSW, Social Worker, San Miguel County Health Office, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Serge Niederhoffer. Psychotherapist, Mulhouse, France

Rainer Niederkofler. PhD, Institute for Public Management, Bozen, Italy

Peter Zinck Nielsen. MSc, Støvring, Denmark

  1. Lawrence Nieters. PhD, Psychotherapist, Kansas City, Kansas

Greg Nigh. N.D., L.Ac, Naturopathic Physician, Licensed Acupuncturist, Portland, Oregon

Bernardo Nigrini. Writer, Pretoria, South Africa

Nelson Nisenbaum. MD, São Paulo, Brasil

Paul Nison. Author, The Raw Life: Becoming Natural in an Unnatural WorldRaw Knowledge: Enhance the Powers of Your Mind, Body, & Soul and Healing Inflammatory Bowel Disease. New York

Michael Nitsche. Dipl.-Inform. Technische Universität Berlin

Carlo Nizzo. PhD, Università di Torino, Italy

Yandiswa Nkalane. BSc, MBChB. Butterworth, South Africa

Elizabeth Noble. Founder, Maternal and Child Health Center and Cambridge Physical Therapy, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Author of 8 books including Essential Exercises for the Childbearing Year and Having Your Baby by Donor Insemination. Member, editorial board, International Journal of Pre- and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine. Founder, Women’s Health Section of American Physical Therapy Association.

George Noory. Journalist, Former news director, KMSP-TV in Minneapolis; Radio talk show host

Dennis Noren. MA, Statistics, San Jose, California

Darius Nosreti. Ostrava, Czech Republic, Science Journalist, author of Medicinal Database Archeus

Ajir Nott. PhD, Research Associate, Salk Institute for Biological Studies, San Diego, California

Chicgoua Noubactep . PhD, Geochemist, Geoscientific Center of the University of Goettingen, Germany

Liliane Nouthé. Dipl. Inf., Executive Committee member, Association of Cameroonian engineers and computer scientists

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Aline Nsounta. PhD student, Molecular Biology, University of Mannheim and University of Heidelberg, Germany

Stanley Ntagali. MA, Oxford, UK

Pierre Olivier Ntongmo. Dipl. Elektrotechnik, Berlin, Germany

Khulekani Ntshangase. Spokesperson, African National Congress, Johannesburg, South Africa

Monde Ntwasa. PhD, Lecturer in Molecular Biology, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

Chris Nuccio. PhD student, University of Alabama, Birmingham

Josephine Nujoma. Biomedical Technical Engineer, Windhoek, Namibia

Gary Null. PhD, syndicated host of Natural Living with Gary Null, author ( AIDS, A Second Opinion ), and a producer of PBS special programs. His Deconstructing the Myth of AIDSwon the Audience Award for Best Documentary at both the New York and Los Angeles International Independent Film and Video Festivals.

Chris Nwaokobia. Journalist, Lagos, Nigeria

Marleen Nys. MSc, Biostatistics, Gent, Belgium

Michael D. O’Connor. MLS, Medical Librarian, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston

John O’Donnell. Laboratory Technician, Dartmouth College, New Hampshire

Jeff O’Donnell. BA, MA, BEd

Paddy O’Gorman. Journalist and TV/Radio Broadcaster, Dublin, Ireland

Joanne O’Hara. Denturist, Retired. Moderator of AIDS-Legal discussion group. Port Hope, Ontario, Canada

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Peggy O’Mara. Editor and Publisher, Mothering Magazine

Dr. John O’Neal. Tucker, Georgia

Tim O’Shea. D.C., San Jose, California. Author, To Health and BackThe SuperfoodsConventional Medicine Vs. Holistic: A World Of Difference and other books

Robert Obrian. Writer, Editor, Attorney, Long Island City, New York

Adriana Ochoa. Medical Doctor. Specialist in Occupational Health. Also trained in Alternative Medicine and practicing in Pereira, Colombia.

David S. Oderberg. D.Phil (Oxford) Professor of Philosophy, University of Reading, UK

Ezra Odhiambo. Electrical Engineer, Nairobi, Kenya

William Oei. JD, Redondo Beach, California

Jeff Ofstedahl. Columnist and General Manager, Echo Magazine, Phoenix, Arizona

Gregory Ogle. Attorney, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa

Mike Ogwal. PhD, CNS (Certified Nutrition Specialist), Colon Hydrotherapist. Decatur, USA. Originally from Uganda.

Dr. Ahmed E.O. Ogwell. Director, Non Communicable Diseases, Ministry of Health, Nairobi, Kenya

Kwabena Awuah Ohene-gyan. PhD, Bacteriologist, London, UK

Paul Olisa Adaka Ojeih. PhD, MD. Medical Director, Iris Medical Foundation, Lagos, Nigeria, author, Man and DiseasesAIDS: The Untold Truth and Cure, and AIDS: The Plague That Never Existed.

Chima Oji. MD, DDS, Professor of Medicine, University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, Enugu. Author of three textbooks and the book Unter die Deutschen gefallen – Erfahrungen eines Afrikaners (Fallen under Germans – Experiences of an African)

Qevin Oji. Writer/Editor, Playwright, Los Angeles, California

Kehinde Oke. Chairman, Health and Environmental Protection International, Lagos, Nigeria

Anthony I. Okoh. PhD, Lecturer, Department Of Microbiology, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria

Samuel Okoro. Engineer, Lagos, Nigeria

Dr. Martin Okot-Wang. MD, Head of TB wards, Old Mulego Hospital, Kampala, Uganda [Says Aids often misdiagnosed in Africa and the Hiv tests kill people by destroying hope]

Dr. Sam Okware. MD, Deputy Director, Medical Services, AIDS and Communicable Diseases, Uganda

John Olander. Health Officer, Lanesborough, New Ashford and Richmond, Massachusetts Boards of Health

Oluwafemi Olawuyi. Medical laboratory scientist, Ibadan, Nigeria

John Olex. RN, Louisville, Kentucky

Julio Oliveira. DDS, MSc, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Rick Oliver. L.Ac, Ms.D, Acupuncturist, Los Angeles, Calif

Ofelia Olivero. PhD, Staff Scientist, U.S. National Cancer Institute [Says AZT extremely toxic]

Fernando Oliviera. Student of Foreign Affairs. Chemical Technician. Director of Institutional Relations at CURA (Center for the Urgency on Rethinking AIDS)

Anna Olson. Journalist, Winnipeg, Canada

Beverly Olson. RN, New York

Ochieng Ombok. Engineer, Nairobi, Kenya

Shakiru Omolaja. LLB, BL. Nigerian Bar Association. Lagos, Nigeria.

Omiat Omongin. MSc, Entebbe, Uganda

Fernando Ongay. PhD, Professor of Mathematics, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Vitale Onorato. President, La Leva di Archimede Associazione di Consumatori, Roma, Italy

Gianluca Orlandi. PhD Student in Physics. Civitanova Marche, Italy

David J. Orman. MSc, San Diego, California

Cindy Orser. PhD, Asst. Prof. Bacteriology, Univ. Idaho, Moscow, Idaho

Gerhard Orth. PhD, Chemist, Leutkirch, Germany. Author, Unheilbare Krankheiten. Im Spannungsfeld zwischen Schulmedizin und Naturheilkunde and Lebenssaft reines Blut

Serafín Ortigueira García. Physical therapist, La Coruña, Spain

Alejandro Ortiz-Stern. Medical Student, Instituto de Investigaciones Biomédicas, Mexico City

Charles Ortleb. Author; Publisher, The New York Native.

Maria Ortuño. PhD, Granada, Spain

Okoth Osewe. Writer; Secretary, Kenya Socialist Democratic Alliance

Neenyah Ostrom. science journalist, author, free-lance science researcher for ABC News. News and Public Information Director, Chronic Illness Research Foundation

Paul Ostyn. PhD, Professor of Linguistics, University of Namur, Belgium

Rafael Oter. Health writer, Barcelona, Spain

Ronald P. Ouellette. PhD, Psychoanalyst, Florida

Dr. Winfried Overbeck. Dortmund, Germany

Julio Oviedo. MD, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Nduhukhire Owa-Mataze. Senior Lecturer, Political Economist, Uganda Martyrs University, Uganda

Bob L. Owen. PhD, author, Roger’s Recovery from AIDS

Chris Owens. MA student Counseling Psychology, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana

David Pace. PhD. Physicist and computer engineer. BA (English) from University of Florida. PhD (Physics) from Leningrad Polytechnic Institute (now St. Petersburg Polytechnic). Taught physics at Rice University and at Leningrad Polytechnic and co-authored many articles on physics in scientific journals. He also worked for NASA at the Johnson Space Center in Houston and for Bell Labs. He was named Microsoft VIP of 2000. He wrote several screenplays, and, with Professor E.C. Barksdale of the University of Florida, the book As Dreams Are Made on: The Probable Worlds of a New Human Mind as Presaged in Quantum Physics, Information Theory, Modal Philosophy, and Literary Myth (Libra Press, 1988).

Giancarlo Pace. PhD, Astrophysicist, Universita’ di Trieste, Italy

  1. Pacini. Department of Anatomy, Histology and Forensic Medicine at the University of Firenze. Co-author of AIDS Denialism at the [Italian] Ministry of Health(Medical Hypotheses, 2009).

Dr. Philip C. Packard. PhD Economics (1962) and Master of Public Health, School of Public Health (1986), UC Berkeley. Professor of Economics, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, Netherlands, 1965-9. Manager and Editor of Journal Development and Change, 1969-71 and Corresponding Editor, 1971-81. Ford Foundation Advisor to Government of Tanzania, 1970-72. Senior Economist, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Rome, 1972-84. University Fellow in Nutrition, Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University, 1981-2. Advisor on Health and Education, African Development Bank, Abidjan, Ivory Coast, 1987-9. Fulbright Economics Professor, University of Botswana, 1989-90. Fulbright Economics Professor, University of Durban–Westville, Durban, South Africa 1995. Lecturer, Saint Mary’s College of California 1990-2006. Lecturer, University of California Extension, Berkeley 2003–Present.

John G. Padgett. Former staff member, Aids Healthcare Foundation, Pharmacy Department

Khemfoia Padu. D.C., Englewood, New Jersey

Armando Paez. MSc, Anthropology and Sustainable Development; Architect, Universidad de las Américas, Puebla, México

Barry Page. MSc, Department of Medical Physics: Royal Perth Hospital [visit website]

Dr. Camille Paglia. PhD, Professor of Humanities at University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Author, Sexual Personae, Sex, Art and American Culture and Vamps and Tramps

André Paillaugue. Writer, literary critic, professional in publishing and journalism, participant in Art and Science seminars, publications and meetings, France. Witness of the wild experimentation with AZT in the gay community in Paris, around 1986, and of its fatal consequences.

Montserrat Palacin. MD, President of Spanish Kousmine Association, Expert in RPG, Barcelona, Spain

Maximiliano Palacios. Infectious Disease Doctor in Training. Frias, Argentina.

Rafael Palacios. Journalist, Author, ‘40 Dias en Africa’ and ‘Un vaije en pos de la Magia’, Madrid, Spain

Montse Palau. Professor of Philology, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain

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Anande Pallangyo. Lab Manager (BSc Biochemistry, MSc Microbiology), National Insitute for Medical Research, Tanzania.

Rebel Palm-Aitchison. MA, PhD candidate, Univ New Mexico, Albuquerque

Raúl Palma Ehrichs. Musician, Málaga, Spain. Diagnosed HIV-positive in 1998. Medication free and healthy since then. Critic of the pharmaceutical industry and allopathic medicine and other disciplines that want also their slice of the cake. Believes that the only way out of any unhealthy, unbalanced body or mind is to readjust your way of living and lifestyle using the most natural methods possible.

Annie Palmer. Chiropractor, Washougal, Washington

Geeta Palumbo. Instructor, Columbia University School of Nursing

Thomas Palumbo. RN, New York City

Birenda Kumar Panda. PhD, Physicist, Bhubaneswar, Germany

Geevee Pandala. MD, PhD, Eranakulam, Kerala, India

Massimo Pandiani. MB, BCh. Physician, Urologist, Milano, Italy. Founder, Italian Medical Association of Applied Nutrition; Director, Italian School of Applied Nutrition. Author, Guida al corretto utilizzo di vitamine e minerali nella nutrizioneTrattato di Medicina FunzionaleL’Invecchiamento – Invecchiare in salute con le strategie della medicina funzionale and other books.

Inez Pandit. MD, Assistant Professor, Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Sharad Arvind Pandit. MD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine, Medical College of Pennsylvania, Hahnemann University, Philadelphia

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Sopassakis Pantelis. Chemical Engineer. PhD candidate in computer aided drug design. National Technical University, Athens, Greece.

Gianfranco Valsè Pantellini. PhD, Biochemist, Firenze, Italy [Says Vitamin C can prevent Aids]

Dr. William Panton. MD [Believes that AIDS can be controlled with supplementation with Selenium or other nutrients]

John M. Papadimitriou. MD, PhD, Professor of Pathology: Royal Perth Hospital. [visit website]

Eleni Papadopulos-Eleopulos. Nuclear Physicist, Department of Medical Engineering and Physics, Royal Perth Hospital, University of Western Australia [visit website]

Maria Papagiannidou. MA. Senior journalist at the weekly newspaper ‘To Vima tis Kyriakis’. Author of ‘How I Won AIDS’ (in Greek, 2006) and ‘The Game of Love in the Time of AIDS’ (in Greek, 2007). HIV-positive since 1985.

Lambros Papantoniou. Greek media correspondent based in Washington, DC

Athanasios Papoulias. Dipl. Inform, Universität Dortmund, Germany

Charles Parcells. MBA, Grosse Pointe, Michigan

Renzo Pareja Valencia. DDS, Dental Surgeon, Lima, Peru

Rita Parikh. MA, Journalist, Exec. Director, Pacific Peoples’ Partnership, Victoria, BC, Canada

Anthony R. Parish. PhD, Medical Researcher, Norwich, UK

Ben Parish. MSc, London, UK

Christos Parissis. Lawyer, Athens, Greece.

Dr. Kyongsoo Park. DVM, Principal of the Bonobono Veterinary Hospital, Seoul, Korea

Ju-Youn Park. PhD, Dept. of Microbiology, Yonsei University, Wonju College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea

Adrienne Parks. Writer, Researcher, Summa cum laude grad., Princeton University

Jose E. Parra Piñeros. MSc, Biologist, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogota, Colombia

Dewi Parry. Dip. Ac, MBAcC, Acupuncturist, Denbs, UK

Muhammad Kamal Pasa. MSS in Anthropology. Assistant Professor, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh

Mauro Pasqui. Dental Student, Bologna, Italy

Siro Passi. PhD, Biochemist, head of the Cell Aging Center of the IDI Research Institute, Rome, former Scientific Director and Head of the Physiopathology Laboratory, St. Gallicano Research Institute, Rome

George N. Pasto. MD, Portland, Oregon

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Janardhan Patil. MD, Satara, India

Sebastian Patino. Literature Professor, Mexico City

Vladimir Támara Patiño. PhD candidate, Bogotá, Colombia

Eric Patrick. Grad. Student, Political Science, San Francisco, California

Bryan Patterson. Registered Nurse, Physical Therapist Assistant, Midland, Texas

James Pattinson. BA Anthropology. University of Sussex. Brighton, England

Stefan Pattis. Naturopathic doctor, Meran, Italy

Most Rev. Martin J. Patton. CHt, Diplomat, Intl. Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Assoc. Exec. Director, Attitudes For Wellness, Cincinnati, Ohio

Dr. Stephen Pauker. MD, New England Medical Center, Boston [Does not believe in widespread antibody testing in low-risk populations.]

  1. Dennis Paul. PhD, Thought Addiction Specialist, Counselor/Therapist, Windsor, New Hampshire

José Paula. PhD, Lisbon, Portugal

Hannes G. Pauli. MD, Former Director Bern Univ. Med. Faculty, Bern, Switzerland

Dr. Linus Pauling. PhD, Chemist, two-time winner of the Nobel Prize [Said high dose Vitamin C can control Aids]

Sunny Paulose. Doha, Qatar, Postgraduate Dental Surgeon

Alexander E. Paulsen. Engineer, Jacksonville, Florida

Colin Payne. Head, Mathematics Dept., Broadland School, Wroxham, UK

Colin R. Payne. MA, Norwich, UK

Jan Payne. RN, Austin, Texas

Marianne Payne. Midwife, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Humberto Payno. Psychotherapist, Mexico City

Leonard Payton. PhD, University of California, San Diego

Joseph Pazillo. Playwright and lyricist, New York City

Dale Pearce. National Diploma Mechanical Engineering, Nuclear Reactor Operator License. Cape Town. South Africa

Don Pearce. Dip. Pers. Mgmt. Factory Production and Human Resources Manager. Former AIDS education worker. South Africa.

Lawrence Pease. Chemist, Engineer (Retired), Costa Mesa, California

Phyllis Pease. DSc, PhD, Former Senior Lecturer in Medical Microbiology, University of Birmingham, UK. Visiting researcher at University of Toulouse, France. Author AIDS, Cancer and Arthritis: A New Perspective (2005), L-Forms, Episomes and Autoimmune Disease (1965) and 70 papers on possible bacterial roles in immunopathology and related topics.

  1. Michael Peat. Arlington, Texas, Director of Technology, Inside Technology USA

Raymond Peat. PhD, Biology. Taught at University of Oregon, Montana State University, Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico, and Blake College. Author, Progesterone in Orthomolecular MedicineNutrition for WomenFrom PMS to Menopause: Female Hormones in Context and other books

Salvatore Pece. MD, Department of Internal Medicine, Immunology and Infectious Diseases, University of Bari Medical School, Bari, Italy

Mwalu Peeters. Nutritionist, Squamish, BC, Canada

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Bernard G Peissel. MD, Researcher, Milan, Italy

Jamila Peiter. Health Adviser, Author, Mein Hunger nach Liebe and AIDS, ein Marchen der Wissenschaft=AIDS, Frankfurt, Germany

Bratislav Pejovic. Journalist, Beograd, Serbia

Wong Ang Peng. ND, PhD, D.Hom. Naturopathic and Homeopathic Physician. President, Society of Natural Health. Director, The Humanitarian Project – Health For All. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Ross Pengilley. PhD, Zoologist, Darwin Australia

Corrado Penna. Math and Physics teacher, Messina, Italy

Luanne Pennesi. RN, MS, President of Metropolitan Wellness Center, New York, NY

Martin R. Penny. BSc (Hons). Leeds, England

Zaida Penton. Founding scientist and former senior recombinant protein production, microbiological quality control supervisor, Cuban Center for Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering, Havana (1986-96). Librarian, Virtual Center of Biotechnology For The Americas, Institute of Biotechnology, National University of Mexico (1996-present)

Antonio Perez. Attorney, Madrid, Spain

Gerie Perez. Registered nurse, McAllen, Texas

Giovanni Perini. PhD (Physiology and Plant Pathology). Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine and Public Health, University of Bologna. Associate Professor at CNR (Italian National Research Center).

Pilar Peris. MD, Barcelona, Spain

Daniela Perotti. PhD, Researcher, Division of Pediatric Oncology, Istituto Nazionale Tumori, Milan, Italy

Jack Perrine. PhD, Pasadena, California

Stephan Petrowitsch. Psychotherapist, Institut für aktive Lebensgestaltung, Aystetten, Germany

Rolf-Jürgen Petry. Heilpraktiker, Gnarrenburg, Germany. Author, Strophanthin – der mögliche Sieg über den Herzinfarkt. (Strophanthin – the possible victory over the cardiac infarction)

Maya Petzoldt. Film Maker, Reykjavik, Iceland

Ulrike Pfalzgraf. Editor, PC Mobile, Munich Germany

Markus Pfister. Phd, Zurich, Switzerland

Alain Pfouga. Dipl.-Ing., Engineer, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany

Peter Philips. Publisher, Pacific Maritime Magazine

Alan Phillips. Author, attorney; Co-Director, Citizens for Healthcare Freedom, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Daniel Phillips. MBA, Retired Accounting Professor, Clinton, Connecticut

Lesley Phillips. Attorney, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Peter Phillips. PhD, Professor of Sociology at Soma University in California, Director of Project Censored, author of Censored 1998

John L. Philp. MD, MPH, Stockton, California

Paul Philpott. MSc, Former Editor, Reappraising Aids.

Joyce Phoshoko. Asst. Director, State of the Environment, Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism, South Africa

Philippe Pien. PhD, Natural Medicine Specialist, Le Change, France

David Pierotti. PhD, Environmental Chemist, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Mark Pierpont. Hiv/Aids Prevention Program Coordinator, Manatee County Health Department, Florida (resigned in protest when he realized that Hiv-Aids was a fraud)

Clare Pierson. MA, Dip Ed Psych., Registered Psychologist, Christchurch, New Zealand

Nick Pietrowicz. Attorney, Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania

Kriben Pillay. PhD, University of Durban-Westville, South Africa

Rachael Pirner. Attorney, Wichita, Kansas

Patrick Pithua. DVM, MSc (Epidemiology), PhD Candidate (Epidemiology)

Richard L. Pitter. PhD, Desert Research Inst., Univ. Nevada System, Reno, Nevada

Héctor G. Plascencia-González. MSc, Taxonomy and Ecology; Assoc. Investigator, Laboratorio de Ictiología y Biodiversidad, CIAD-Unidad Mazatlán, Mexico

Guillem Plasencia. PhD, Biochemistry, University of Barcelona, Spain

Jean-luc Plassat. Ingénieur Biologiste (Biological Engineer). Institut de Génétique et de Biologie Moléculaire et Cellulaire. Member of CREIS who works on information technology problems in society. Strasbourg, France.

Errol Platt. MSc, Toronto, Canada

Ana Maria Plaza Garcia. PhD, Instituto Nacional de Engenharia, Tecnologia e Inovação, Portugal

Stephane Plichon. Ingénieur Système au Bureau D’études Hasgard, Lyon, France

Denise C. Plouviez. Registered Nurse, Milton, Florida

Peter W. Plumley. FSA, Chicago, Illinois

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Jason Pociask. MCD ITS, Tempe, Arizona

Gilles Pokam. PhD, Institut de Recherche en Informatique et Systèmes Aléatoires, Rennes, France

Richard Pokorny. Student of Oriental Medicine, Pacific Institute of Oriental Medicine

Maralyn Lois Polak. Journalist

Dag Viljen Poleszynski. MSc, PhD, former professor at Harstad College, Harstad, Norway (Diet, nutrition and orthomolecular medicine). Scientific editor of Mat & Helse (Food and Health)

Gerald H. Pollack. PhD. Professor of Bioengineering, University of Washington, Seattle. Author: Cells, Gels and the Engines of Life and Muscles and Molecules: Uncovering the Principles of Biological Motion [Says the Hiv-Aids-AZT controversy needs serious debate, and debate is being blocked by the Aids establishment]

Michael Pollex. Doctoral candidate in sociology, University of British Columbia, Canada

Nancy Polonitza. Psychotherapist, Ocean County College, Toms River, New Jersey

Victor Pond. Project Director, MOCHA Coalition (Men Of Color Committed to Healthier Alternatives), Chicago Department of Public Health, Chicago, Illinois

Jose F. Poole. MD, Ophthalmolgist, Member, British Medical Council, San Bartolome De Lanzarote, Spain

Anca Pop. PhD, Biochemistry, University of Bucharest, Romania. Biochemist, British Columbia, Canada.

Nicoliene Potgieter. Dipl. Homöopathin, Lecturer, SHI Homeopathy School, Basel, Switzerland

Robert Poth. Journalist, Vienna, Austria

Randy Pottinger. MA, Psychology, Pennsylvania

Pierre Ferdinand Poudeu. PhD, Inorganic Chemistry, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

David Pouhè. PhD, Researcher, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

Dr. Kenneth Power. MD, Board Certified Family Practice, Frankfort, Indiana

Alessandro Pozzetti. Playwright and author, Milano, Italy. Co-author of the play and book, Virus: L’invenzione della Realtà

Dr. Mario Camacho Prada. Governor of the State of Santander, Colombia

Ligia Prado. Biology teacher, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Federico Prat. PhD, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain

Tyas Pribadi. MSc, Biology, Lecturer at State University of Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia

Andrea Price. Founder and President, Public Access Indiana

Ronald F. Price. PhD, La Trobe Univ., Bundoora, Victoria, Australia

Ritu Priya. MD, epidemiologist and professor at the Centre for Social Medicine and Community Health of the Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi, India [Says Hiv tests kill people and Aids patients recover with holistic treatment]

Matthew Probert. Author, Handbook of Natural Language Processing and Conversational Computing and The Probert Encyclopedia

R.B. Prophet. PhD, Head of Dept. of Mathematics and Science Education, University of Botswana

Mary Prunchak. Principal, Advanced Educational Consulting; Holistic Health Care Writer for America Online. Alexandria, Virginia.

Bumroong Puangkird. Postgrad. Student, Scientific & High Performance Computation Research Group, University of Wales, UK

Carlos Fils Puig. Chemical Dependency Counselor, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Richard Puntis. MSc, Toronto, Canada, Government Appointee to the Council of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario

Dr. Premraj Pushpakaran. PhD (Molecular Biology and Microbiology). Assistant Professor in Microbiology. King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Gianna Putzu. Attorney, Milan, Italy

Abdul Qadir. Acting Chief (Environment Unit), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Islamabad, Pakistan

Mzukisi Qobo. PhD Candidate, Pretoria, South Africa

Yokow Quansah. MTM (Masters In Technology Management), Cape Town, South Africa

Patrick Quanten. MD, Alderney, United Kingdom

George Quasha. Writer/Editor. Author of Somapoetics, Giving the Lily Back Her Hands, Ainu Dreams and other books. Has taught at SUNY Stony Brook, NYU, The New School for Social Research and Bard College

Dr. Pierre Quellere. Berlin, Germany

Mario Luiz Pestana Quilici. MD, Psychoanalyst, São Paulo, Brazil

Heberto Quiñones Serna. Attorney, Juarez, Mexico

Norberto Quintanar. Chicago, Illinois, Biochemist, Chemistry Lab Manager

Stephen Quinto. President, Natural Immunogenics Corp., Miami, Florida

Jose A. Quiroz. Research Associate, Cellular and Molecular Biology, Ligand Pharmaceuticals, San Diego, California

Christine Qunta. Attorney, Dr. Rath Health Foundation, South Africa

Dr. Otto Raabe. PhD, Professor and Director, Institute of Toxicology and Environmental Health, University of California, Davis

Alberto Rabelo Correa. Professor, Department of Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil

Dr. Paul Rabinow. PhD, Professor of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, author most recently of Making PCR: A Story of Biotechnology

Dorota Raciborska. PhD Physiology, University of Toronto, Health Consultant, Inter-American Development Bank

Marc Rackelmann. Dipl.-pol., Heilpraktiker für Psychotherapie, Berlin, Germany

Regina Radach. Heilpraktikerin, Hamburg, Germany

Dean Radin. PhD. Senior Scientist, Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS).

PP Raghavan. MD, Kannur, India

Francoise Railhet. Manager, LLL France Medical Associates Program, Neuilly Sur Marne, France

Barbara J. Raisbeck. PhD, Holistic Nutrition, Director, Alive&Well, Eugene, Oregon

Dr.Sita Ram Shahi. Ahmedgarh, India

Herminia Ramirez-Díaz. BCL, Metropolitan Blood Bank, Ramon Gonzalez Valencia University Hospital, Bucaramanga, Colombia

Mario Alberto Ramírez-Herrera. PhD, Research Professor, Guadalajara, Mexico

Felip Ramis. MD, Palma de Mallorca, Spain

Taoufik Ramla. MD, Faculté de Médecine de Marrakech, Morocco

James Randall. MS student Biology, Chicago, Illinois

Pavle Randjelovic. Medical Student, Nis, Serbia

Rafael Rangel-Aldao. PhD, Professor and Director, Center for Biotechnology, Institute of Advanced Studies, Simon Bolivar University, Caracas, Venezuela; Director of Research and Innovation, Empresas Polar, Venezuela

Dr.Sanjeev Ranjan Desai. Patna, India

Bruce Rankin. Lawyer, Bridgetown, Alabama

Steven Ransom. Co-author, World Without Aids and author of many other books about scientific/medical corruption

Spiros Rantos. Lecturer, University of Queensland, Australia

Jon Rappoport. Investigative reporter, author, AIDS, Inc. The Scandal of the Century

Carolyn Rasche. PhD, Psychotherapist, Atlanta, Georgia

Dr. David Rasnick. PhD, Biochemist, Protease Inhibitor Developer, University of California

Molly Ratcliffe. science writer, London, UK

Dr. Matthias Rath. MD, Director, Dr. Rath Health Foundation, The Hague, Netherlands [Says Aids can be controlled with Vitamin C and other natural therapies]

Peter Rath. Dipl.-Päd, Dortmund, Germany

Dennis D. Rathman. Research Affiliate, Lincoln Laboratory, MIT

Richard A. Ratner. MD, Bethesda, Maryland

Patrick Rattigan. ND, Chesterfield, England

Frans Rautenbach. Attorney, Director, Labour Liberation Institute, Cape Town, South Africa. Author of Set The Workers FreeLabour Litigation and Liberating South African Labour from the Law

Andres Rhudy B. Ravelo Jr. MSW, Board Member, Philippines Social Worker Professional Regulation Commission. Quezon City, Philippines

Bryn Read. Nursing student, Sunbury, Ohio

Michael Adam Reale. Religion Editor and Book Reviewer for ‘People’s Weekly World’ and ‘Political Affairs’, New York

Dr. Leo Rebello. ND, PhD (UK), DSc, FFHom, MBA (M’Asia). Has 30 years of clinical, teaching and research experience. Delivered over 10,000 lectures in 63 countries, written 33 books, thousands of articles, reports, editorial letters, short stories and other works. Director of the Natural Health Centre, Bombay; President of AIDS Alternativa and Indian Council of Natural Medicine and Research; Fellow of European Medical Association, Permanent Fellow and Adviser to British Guild of Drugless Practitioners and Fellow of Indian Nature Cure Practitioners Association.

Rogers Reddings. PhD, Univ. North Texas, Denton, Texas

Sasidhar M Reddy. Post Graduate in Virology, SV University, Tirupathi, India

Manuel Redon. MD, Psychotherapist, Barcelona, Spain

Karen Reedstrom. Editor, Full Context Magazine

Anthony Rees. Naturopathic Physician, Director, International College of Phytotherapy, Durban Kwazulu – Natal, South Africa

Christopher James Regan. J.D., South Bend, Indiana

Nicholas Regush. Medical Science Reporter, Former Science Producer, ABC News with Peter Jennings, Editor, Red Flags Daily

George V Reid. Science Technician, London, UK

Leanne Reid. Registered Nurse, Nutritionist, London, UK

Christian Reig. Hospital Nurse, Thuir, France

Donna M. Reilly. Senior supervisory laboratory technician, retired. USA.

Robert Reis. MA, Linguist, Chicago, Illinois

Léon Renard. Psychotherapist, lecturer and writer. Author, Le cancer apprivoisé (“Tamed Cancer”) and La médecine de l’âme du Dr Edward Bach. Noville-les-bois, Belgium

Panighetti Renzo. PhD, Nutrition, Biasca, Switzerland

Carlos Repetto. PhD, Psychologist. President, Centro de Investigaciones de Medios y Semiología de la Vida Cotidiana. Buenos Aires, Argentina

Stephen J. Repitor. DPM, Oak Park, Michigan

Christoph Resch. University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria

Mario Fernando Restrepo. DDS. Bogota, Colombia.

Katalin Reszegi. Microbiologist, Carlsbad, California

Hans Reusch. Swiss author of novels and non-fiction, including Slaughter of the InnocentThe Great Medical FraudTop of the WorldLa Grande Industria Della Mallatia (The grand sickness industry) and others.

Claudia J.G. Rey. RN, Bucaramanga, Colombia

Alvin Reyes. MD, Manila, Philippines

Brendt Reynolds. OMD (specializing in immunodeficiency). Taipei, Taiwan.

Carmen Ribes. MD, Gastroenterologist, Valencia, Spain

Nuria Ribes. Science Teacher, Barcelona, Spain

Marinella Ribolzi. Health Consultant, Dept. of Health, Ticino, Switzerland; Editorial Asst., Annals of Oncology

Tarik Ricard. Former LVN-OR-Surg. Tech., ICU Tech. Wellness Promotor/Activist, Santa Monica, California

Louis Ricci. PhD, Adj. Professor of Clinical Psychology, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil

Rodney Richards. PhD, Biochemist, Founding scientist for the biotech company Amgen. Collaborated with Abbott Laboratories in developing some of the first HIV tests

Chris Richardson. MD, Surgeon. San Joaquin General Hospital. Stockton, USA.

Artenio Olivio Richter. MD, Naturopath, Campo Grande, Brazil

Hildegard B. Richter. Director, Associação Brasiliera de Technologia Alternative na Promoção da Saúde, São Paulo, Brazil; Author, AIDS: Invenção de uma nova doença?

Wendell Ricketts. Journalist, The Bay Area Reporter, The Advocate, Journal of Social Work and Human Sexuality. Author, Lesbians and Gay Men As Foster Parents and Everything I Have Is Blue: Short Fiction by Working-Class Men about More-or-Less Gay Life

Daniel Rico. MS. PhD Candidate. Penn State University. Pennsylvania.

Judith Riesman. PhD, Author, Arlington, Virginia.

Louis A. Rigali. Editor, The Vortex, the monthly publication of the California Section of the American Chemical Society

Marco Rigo. MD, Surgeon, Borgo Valsugana, Italy

Nina Rinkes. Midwife, Nauheim, Germany

Stefan Risch. Electrical Engineer (FH). Germany.

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Henner Ritter. MD, Psychotherapist; Director, PADMA Institut für Holistisches Heilen und Wachsen, Stuttgart, Germany

Dr. Oscar Rivera. Medical physician, American British Cowdray Hospital, Mexico City

Nestor Rivero. Chemist, Environmental Specialist, Santa Clara, Cuba

  1. Rizwan. PhD, Karachi, Pakistan

Carlos Vicente Rizzo Sierra. Physicist (Universidad Industrial de santander, Colombia) and PhD student (Rijkuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands)

Mel T. Roach. Avatar Research, Tuscon, Arizona

JH Robbins. MEd, Austin, Texas

John Robbins. Author, Diet for a New America and Reclaiming Our Health. Founder of EarthSave Foundation. Soquel, California.

Allen Roberds. Doctor of Chiropractic, Fayetteville Arkansas

Janine Roberts. MA, Medical Writer and Film Maker, Bristol, UK. Her films on human rights issues have been seen on BBC and other networks worldwide and won various film festival awards [visit website]

John Roberts. PhD, Research Associate in Physics, University of Utah

Waddell Robey. MS, Health Sciences Administration, Managing Director, LifeNet21, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Peter Robinson. PhD, Mathematics Air Force Research Laboratory, Cincinnati, Ohio

Sharon Anne Robinson. BSc Nursing. Community Staff Nurse. Tyne & Wear. UK.

Raj Roche. MA, Tamilnadu Tribal Think Tank, Tamilnadu, India

Lew Rockwell. Libertarian political commentator. Founder of the Mises Institute for economics. Author of Speaking of Liberty (2003). Editor of Man, Economy, and Liberty: Essays in Honor of Murray N. Rothbard (with Walter Block) (1986), The Free Market Reader (1988), The Economics of Liberty (1990), The Gold Standard: Perspectives in the Austrian School (1992), Murray N. Rothbard: In Memoriam (1995), and The Irrepressible Rothbard (2000). [Has provided a forum for AIDS rethinkers on his political weblog] [visit website]

Pedro Ródenas. MD, founder of Integral, Natura Medicatrix magazines and the Center for Integrative Medicine of Barcelona

Gisela Rödl-Linder. Naturopathic Doctor, Berlin, Germany

Joe Rodrigue. PhD, Computer Engineer, Yale University, New Haven

Diego A. Rodriguez. MD, Urologist, Ciudad Real, Spain

Noe Rodriguez. Chemical Engineer, Lima, Peru

Richard D. Rodriguez. MA, Sociology, Miami, Florida

Rafael D. Rodríguez. PhD, Biochemical Engineer & Biophysicist, Mexico City

Freddy Rodriguez Moral. Medic, Nicaragua

Dr. Peter Roemer. Augsburg, Germany

Charles Terry Rogers. Reiki instructor. Owner of the Gainesville Center for Reiki Training. Florida, USA.

Annette Rohde. HP, Psychotherapist, Essen, Germany

Douglas Roise. MD, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Dickenson, North Dakota

Arcadio Rojo. PhD, Anthropologist, Barcelona, Spain

Dr. Christopher Rollason. PhD. Language Editor for the Delhi-based Atlantic Literary Review, Metz, France

Steven Roman. PhD, San Diego, California

Camilo Romero. Medical Student. Barranquilla, Colombia.

Dr. Robert Root-Bernstein. PhD, Immunologist, Professor of Physiology, Michigan State University

John Rosa. Electrical Engineer, Seattle, Washington

Juan Manuel Rosales. Biochemical Engineer. Mexico City, Mexico.

T.O. Rosales. MD, FRCPC, Pediatrician/Geneticist, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada

Michelle Rosalia. R.N., Coraopolis, Pennsylvania

Patti R. Rose. MPH, Ed.D; Associate Professor of Public Health, Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Yvan Rose. PhD, Professor of Linguistics, Department of Linguistics, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, NL, Canada

Gary A. Rose, Sr. J.D., Clallam Bay, Washington

Philip Rosen. PhD Prof. Physics, Univ. Mass. Amherst, Massachusetts

Elio Rossi. MD, Clinical Pathologist, Director, LAB IGEA, Roma, Italy

Luca Rossi. Journalist, Milano, Italy. Author, Sex Virus

John Rossi III. PhD, Toxicologist, Naval Medical Research Institute; Adjunct Asst. Prof. of Pharmacology/ Toxicology, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio

Frank Rothschild. Project Director, Berkeley Project on Bioscience & Society, California

Michael Rousseas. Graduate Student, Department of Physics, University of California.

Denis Rousseau. Laboratory of Biochemistry and Biophysics of Integrated Systems, Institute for Research in Life Sciences & Technology, Grenoble, France

Georgi Roussev. MA, Dalian, China

Jean-Claude Roussez. Science Journalist, France, Author, SIDA: supercherie scientifique et arnaque humanitaire (AIDS: scientific hoax and humanitarian rip-off)  (2004)

Montserrat Rovira. MD, PhD, Barcelona, Spain

  1. Spencer Rowe. MA, Social Worker, Writer, Victoria, BC, Canada

Samar Roy. Director, Bangladesh Centre for Development, Journalism and Communication, Dhaka

Shubhojit Roy. MD, Santiniketan, India

Jeffrey Royal. MS Biomedical Engineering, San Francisco, California

Kino S. Ruben. MD, Dept. of Health, Chuuk State, Federated States Of Micronesia

Dr. Harry Rubin. DVM, Professor of Molecular Biology, University of California, Berkeley

Anita Rubin-meiller. MSW, Psychotherapist, Ann Arbor, Michigan

Pasquale Rubino. Epidemiologist, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Rome, Italy

Helmar Rudolph. Managing Editor, Marketing Competence Magazine, Cape Town, South Africa

Juan David Rueda Ramírez. MSc, Instructor, University of Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia

Hans Ruesch. Novelist, activist against animal experimentation, racing car driver. Switzerland. Author of The Great Medical Fraud (1982), Slaughter of the Innocent (1978). [visit website]

Urs Rufener., Zurich, Switzerland

Violette Ruffley. R.N., C.H., Certified Hypnotherapist, Franklin, North Carolina

Denis Rugege. MSc, Ecological Surveyor, Pitermaritzburg, South Africa

Marco Ruggiero. Laurea in Medicina e Chirurgia (degree in medicine and surgery). Full Professor of Molecular Biology in Faculty of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences, University of Firenze. Winner of Premio Medicina 1987. Co-author of Aids denialism at the [Italian] ministry of health (Medical Hypotheses, 2009). [visit website]

Dr. John Ruhland. N.D, Seattle

Alex Russell. MA, Journalist, Assistant Editor, Continuum Magazine [visit website]

Mugizi Rwebangira. PhD Student, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Mark Ryland. JD, Director, The Discovery Institute, Washington DC; Senior Fellow of its Center for Science and Culture

Dr. Ahmed Saad. Los Angeles, California

Aapo Sääsk. MSc, MA, MBA, Developer of water purification technology, Consultant on Third World Development to World Bank, WTO, FAO. Stockholm, Sweden

Brooke Saathoff. MS Psychology, Parsons, Kansas

Marco Saba. Science Investigator, Ethical Environmental Observatory, Milano, Italy

Renato Sabelli. Biochemist, Tor Vergata University, Rome, Italy

Dr. Albert Sabin. Inventor of live-virus polio vaccine. [Stated that the views of people like Peter Duesberg are terribly important and that he was astonished by the hysteria around AIDS. He later did research on AIDS vaccines but never withdrew his earlier statements.]

Juliane Sacher. MD, Specialist in General Medicine. Concerned with AIDS medicine since 1983. Frankfurt, Germany. Author of Causes of Immunodeficiency, Immune-Disbalance and Non-Toxic Therapy[visit website]

Peter Safar. MD, Head of Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Zomba Central Hospital, Malawi

Dorion Sagan. Science writer for The New York Times, Bioscience, The Times Higher Education Supplement, Wired, Natural History, Coevolution Quarterly, The Smithsonian, The Sciences, The Science Teacher, Whole Earth, Omni, The Environmentalist, The Ecologist and The New York Times Book Review. Author or co-author of 16 books translated into 11 languages, including Up From Dragons: The Evolution of Human IntelligenceAcquiring GenomesMicrocosmosOrigins Of SexInto the Cool: Energy Flow, Thermodynamics, and Life, andWhat is Life? [visit website]

Kevin Sahr. MSc, Asst. Professor, Computer Science, Southern Oregon University, Ashland

Shawque Said. Research Director, BeverAsia, Singapore

Ernest Saila. Chief Community Liaison Officer for Care, Counselling & Support, Hiv-Aids and STD Directorate, Department of Health, South Africa

Abdoulaye Saine. PhD. Assistant Professor, Comparative Politics, Africa, International Economy, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio

Balwant Saini. PhD, Emeritus Professor and former head of the Dept. of Architecture, University of Queensland, Australia. Consultant to the UN, Asian Development Bank and Australian Government. Author of several university textbooks

Henri-Claude Saint-Fleur. Clinical Psychologist, D.E.S.S. (University of Lille, France), North Miami Beach, Florida

Chris Sakellariou. PhD, Economics. Singapore.

Chris N. Sakellariou. Assoc. Professor, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Iván Salas Vergara. MD, Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia

Abdul Salau. Faculty, African-American Studies, Temple University, Philadelphia

Saleban Saleban. MD, MSc, Infectious diseases and tropical medicine. Medical coordinator of HIV/AIDS prevention and care in Rakai District, Uganda

David F. Salehi. PhD, Lake Dallas, Texas

Jose Maria Salinas. Computer Engineer, Dept. of Computer Science and Artificial intelligence, Universidad de Alicante, Spain

Tripen Salopal. MD, Pathology—Director, local blood bank, Delhi, India

Asha A. Samad. Medical Anthropologist, City University of New York, Director, Human Rights Center, Former Director, Women’s Studies Program, Professor of Africana Studies, City College, NY

Bahrain Samah. RH (AHG). Professional member of American Herbalists Guild. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Dibakar Samanta. MD, Medinipur, India

Lin Sampson. Journalist, Sunday Times, Cape Town, South Africa

Via San Giovanni III. Messina, Italy, Mathematics and Physics teacher

Adda Sanchez. MD and homeopathic doctor in Guadalajara, México

Dr. Gerardo Sanchez. PhD, Nutritionist, Miami, Florida; Author, VIH/SIDA, Una Gran Mentira (HIV/AIDS, a Great Lie); President, USAS, Union por Soluciones Alternativas para el SIDA (Organization for Alternative Solutions for AIDS) and Director of

Guido Sanchez. Certified Public Health Educator, Center for Health Promotion, New York University

Ricardo Sánchez. PhD, Biochemistry, Mexicali, Mexico

Nicklas Sandberg. Doctor of Chiropractic, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK

Kim Sanders-Fisher. Transparency for Equal Accountability in Medicine (TEAM). Hastings, UK. [visit website]

Scott Sandland. C.Ht, Certified Medical Hypnotherapist, Newport Beach, California

Cristobal A.P. Sandoval. MD, Cuba

Dr. Heinz Ludwig Sänger. PhD, Emeritus Professor of Molecular Biology and Virology and a former director of the Department of Viroid Research, Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry, Germany; Recipient of the international Robert Koch award for medical research, 1978*

Leonida Santamaria. MD, Pathologist, University of Pavia, Italy, co-author, Nutrients in Cancer Prevention and Treatment

Franco Santi Ranieri. Terapeuta, Consulente, Ricercatore, AIDAS–Associazione Informazione Difesa Assistenza Salute, Lucca, Italy

Daniele Santini. MD, Cancer Researcher, Rome, Italy

Alex Santoro. MA, Kansas City, Missouri

Len Saputo. MD (Duke). Founder and Director of the Health Medicine Forum (hosted and moderated over 350 events). Co-founder and Medical Director of the Health Medicine Institute and Health Medicine Center. Private practice in Internal Medicine and Health Medicine. Diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine. Vice-president of the National Orthomolecular Health Medicine Society. Alternative Medicine Consultant to Alta Bates Hospital. Editorial Review Board of Natural Medicine. Journal Advisory Board of California Association of Naturopathic Physicians. Participant in the Naturopathy Roundtable, Department of Consumer Affairs. Television and Radio Host and Guest. Frequent lecturer on health issues. Author of A Return to Healing (2009) and editor or contributor to 7 others. Author of popular and scientific articles on medicine and health.

George Sarant. MD, Bronx, New York

Sascha Sarnoff. Co-founder and President, Health Advocacy in the Public Interest, Santa Barbara, California

Vinod Sasidharan. PhD, Assistant Professor, San Diego State University, California

Guido Sassi. Asst. Professor of Chemical Engineering, Politecnico di Torino, Torino, Italy

Massimiliano Sassoli de’ Bianchi. PhD, Theoretical Physicist, Institut de Physique Théorique, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

Masahiko Satou. Medical Science Journalist, Sapporo, Japan

Stephan Sauer. Researcher, MRC Clinical Sciences Centre, Imperial College School of Medicine, London UK

Irina M. Sazonova. MD, Moscow, Russia. Co-Author, Rezonansnyi test: Vozmozhnosti diagnostiki i terapii, (Resonance test. Possibilities of diagnostics and therapy) and Aids. Sentence abolished, Rossiiskii universitet druzhby narodov. Chairman of the section of the Biomedical Research Foundation on Civilizational management processes, Moscow.

Edward Scanlon. PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Kansas, Lawrence

Kathy Scarborough. President, Vaccination Information South Australia; Author, Investigate Before You Vaccinate. A guide for parents

Beatrice Scarlata. MA, LPC, Mental Health Counselor, Brentwood, Tennessee

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Prof. Dr. med. Jochen Schaefer. Director, International Institute for Theoretical Cardiology, Kiel, Germany.

George Schaeffer. MA Physiology, Berkeley, California

Dr. Gero Schäfer. Darmstadt, Germany

Christian Tal Schaller. MD, Director, Institut de Santé Globale (Institute of Total Health), Taulignan, France; Author, SIDA Espoir (AIDS Hope)

Liam Scheff. Journalist who exposed the forced drugging of orphans at the New York ‘Incarnation Children’s Center’

Adam Schiavi. PhD Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, MD, University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami, Florida

Nicola Schiavone. PhD, Researcher, Department of Experimental Pathology and Oncology, University of Florence, Italy

Alke Schlottag. DDS, Berlin, Germany

Casper Schmidt. MD, New York

Dr. Eberhard Schmidt. Bamberg, Germany

Dr. Heinz Dieter Schneider. Moeglingen, Germany

Russell Schoch. Editor, California Monthly, Berkeley, California

Vuyisile Schoeman. Bcom (Industrial Psychology). Chairman of the Cape Town Metro Youth Development Council, South Africa

Robert Scholl. CEO and President, Children’s Wilderness Fund, Tarpon Springs, Florida

  1. Craig Schoonmaker. Author, Founder and President, Homosexuals Intransigent

Katinka Schröder. Journalist and author, Dortmund, Germany

David R. Schryer. PhD. Research chemist. Former researcher at NASA’s Langley Research Center. Co-developer of a catalyst for use in a space-based laser that uses carbon dioxide to help generate its beam. Author of Heterogeneous Atmospheric Chemistry and Crystallite orientation in molded graphites. Co-author of Man’s impact on the troposphere: lectures in tropospheric chemistry. Hampton, Virginia.

Dr. Ute Schumann. Health consultant to the European Union with several years experience in Indian health services

Jon Schwabach. PhD, Psychotherapist, Vancouver, Canada

Jody R. Schwartz. PhD, Genome Sciences Department, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, California

James Schwenk. Electrical Engineer, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Donald Schwoerer. MA, School Psychologist, Hyde Park

David Scott. PhD, San Francisco, CA

David Scott. Attorney, Miami, Florida

Frederic I. Scott. Jr., Editor, American Clinical Laboratory, Baltimore, Maryland

Timothy Scott. CSW, New York, NY

Robert Scott Bell. D.A. Hom. (Diplomate American Academy of Clinical Homeopathy); Board Member, American Association of Homeopathic Pharmacists 1999-2001; Nationally Syndicated Health Talk Radio Show, Talk Radio Network [visit website]

Robin Scovill. Director of La Vergine Degli Angeli, The Other Side of AIDS and other films. Los Angeles

Bibiana Nalwiindi Seaborn. Women’s Health Interaction and Inter Pares, Ottawa, Canada. Co-author, Uncommon Questions: A Feminist Exploration of AIDS

Karen Seabrooke. Writer, Inter Pares, the Canadian Social Justice Organization; Member, Canadian National Advisory Council; co-author, Uncommon Questions: A Feminist Exploration of AIDS

Joanne Searle. Psychotherapist, Johannesburg, South Africa

Laura Seegers. BSc Agric (Hons) Animal Nutrition and Genetics, Holistic farmer, South Africa.

Jean Cuneo Seely. RN. Author, From Hypothesis to Faith. USA.

Antigona Segura. PhD, Post-Doctoral Researcher in Astrobiology, Penn State University

Carlos Haubi Segura. PhD, DVM, Veterinarian, Animal Nutritionist, Mexico City

Motin Seikh. Dr. Md. Lecturer, Department of Chemistry, Visva-Bharati University, Santiniketan, India.

  1. Grier Sellers. MS Biology, Seattle, Washington

Jeremy Selvey. Hypnotherapist, Director, Project AIDS International, Los Angeles

Alexandre Semionov. MD, Medical Geneticist, Montreal, Canada

Eugene Semon. BChE, PE, Chemical Engineer, Risk Engineering Consultant, Englewood, NJ

Bhavana Sen. MBBS, D.O, DNB Ophthalmologist, Mumbai, India

Fikeni E.M.K. Senkoro. Associate Professor, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Senior Fellow, Rockefeller African Humanities Institute, Fellow, W.E.B. Du Bois Institute for Afro-American Research, Harvard University

D’jahma Sentwali. Poet, novelist, New York City

Zachary Senwo. PhD, Associate Professor of Environmental BioScience and Toxicology, Alabama A&M University

Gonzalo Ernesto Sepulveda Estay. Psychiatry Resident, Family Medicine Specialist, Hospital Barros Luco Trudeau, Santiago, Chile

Valter Sergo. Professor, Materials Engineering and Applied Chemistry Dept., University of Trieste, Italy

Alessandro Sermoneta. Screenwriter, Rome, Italy

Rosa Serra. Enginyer Agrònom. Manresa. Spain

Francis Serrano. MD, Manila, Philippines

Lesiba Job Seshoka. International Relations Officer, Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (DENOSA)

Tony Seton. Journalist. Former Senior Producer at ABC News; taught Documentary Film Writing at Monterey Peninsula College. Author, Don’t Mess with the Press–How to Write, Produce and Report Quality Television News

Siegbert Setsevits. Attorney, Berlin, Germany

Mary Sevigny. PhD, Molecular Biology, University of California, Berkeley. Cancer researcher, University of California, San Francisco. Lecturer in Biology, Napa Valley College (2004–5). Adjunct professor in Microbiology, Dominican University (2006–). Member, American Societies for Biochemmistry and Molecular Biology and Cell Biology. [visit website]

Serdal Sevinc. PhD, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, University of Ottawa, Canada

Abdulalim A. Shabazz. MSc, M.I.T., PhD, Cornell Univ.; Distinguished Prof. of Mathematics, Lincoln University, Pennsylvania. Former chair, Mathematics Dept., Atlanta Univ.; American Assn. for the Advancement of Science “Mentor Award” (1992); National Assn. Of Mathematicians Distinguished Service Award; 1995 recipient of the QEM/MSE “Giants in Science” Award

Ben Shachaf. RN, BA, Paramedic, Cardiology Department, Carmel Medical Center, Haifa, Israel.

Sara Shachaf. MSc. PhD student, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering Technion – Israel Institute of Technology.

Muslim Shahid. Inorganic chemist, research and development scientist, inventor, Houston, Texas

Inbar Shai. PhD, Brookline, Massachusetts

Dr. Frank Shallenberger. MD, former professor, University of California School of Medicine at Davis and John F. Kennedy University in Orinda, California; Secretary, Orthomolecular Medical Society; Medical Board of Directors, Huxley Institute for Biosocial Research; Founding Director of the International Bio-Oxidative Medicine Foundation [visit website]

James Shapiro. PhD (Genetics). Institut Pasteur Fellowship. Appointments to Harvard, University of Havana, Brandeis, University of Chicago, Tel Aviv University, University of Edinburgh, Cambridge. Editorial boards: Journal of Bacteriology, Enzyme and Microbial Technology, Biotechnology Series, FEMS Microbiological Reviews, Research in Microbiology, Environmental Microbiology. Awards: Marshall Scholarship (1964-1966); Wellcome Research Training Scholarship (1966-1967); Jane Coffin Childs Memorial Fund for Cancer Research Postdoctoral Fellowship (1967-69); NIH Research Career Development Award (1976-1980); Darwin Prize, University of Edinburgh (1993); Fellow, American Academy of Microbiology (1993); Foundation for Microbiology Lecturer, American Society for Microbiology (1994-6); AAAS Fellow (1994); OBE (2001).

Amir Shariff. MD, Chicago, Illinois

Mohammad Mehdi Sharifi. ND, MSc, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Doctor of Naturopathy, Master of Holistic Applied Nutrition

Ramesh Sharma. Gandhi Peace Foundation, India [Says the entire Aids campaign in India is profit-driven]

Marla Shauer. Nurse, Washington, DC

  1. Fred Shaw. MSc, MTOM, L.Ac, Master of Traditional Oriental Medicine, Licensed Acupuncturist

Valerie Sheehan. MSW, certified psychotherapist and hypnotherapist, New York

Jack Sheehy. Nutritionist, Sunshine Coast, Australia

Mustapha Shet Shehu. BSc Chemistry. Journalist. Nigeria.

Sevl Sheldon. Psychiatrist, Pennsylvania

Michelle Sheldrake. MSc, PhD Candidate Medical Anthropology, Health Researcher, Brisbane, Australia

Sudha Shenoy. PhD, Lecturer in Economic History, University of Newcastle, Australia. Author, India: Progress or Poverty and Underdevelopment and Economic Growth

Joan Shenton. MA, Meditel Productions, England. Medical journalist and producer of over 100 TV documentaries which won her company seven international awards as well as the British Royal Television Society Award and the British Medical Association Award

James T. Shepherd. MD, Port Arthur, Texas

Dr. David Sherry. PhD. Professor, History of Philosophy, Logic and Philosophy of Math. Northern Arizona University.

David Sherwood. PhD, Psychotherapist, Poughkeepsie, New York

Vasant V. Shevale. DDS, Mumbai, India

John G. Shiber. PhD, University of Kentucky, Prestonberg, Kentucky

Alden Shiers. PhD, Professor of Economics, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Dennis Shipman. MS in Medical Anthropology. Adjunct Professor, Burlington Community College, Camden Community College, Lincoln University. Graduate Assistant, SUNY Buffalo State College.

Nagesh Shirgoppikar. MD., AIDS specialist, Salvation Army Clinic, Mumbai, India [Says Hiv+ patients, if treated holistically, remain in perfect health without Aids drugs]

Joshua Shome. L.Ac, MSTOM, Acupuncturist, Oriental Medicine Practitioner, New York City

Ivy Shoots. PhD student, Miskatonic University, Massachusetts; Fulbright Scholar

James H. Shott. MEd, Bluefield, Virginia, Editorial Writer.

Eric Shragge . PhD, Professor of Social Work, McGill University, Montreal, Canada. Author, Community Economic Development: In Search of Empowerment and other books

Arun Shrivastava. MA, MBA, MBIM, Certified Management Consultant. New Delhi, India.

David Shugar. PhD, Prof. Biophysics, Univ. Warsaw, Editor, Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Poland

William F. Shughart II. PhD. Barnard Distinguished Professor of Economics, and holder of the Robert M. Hearin Chair of Business Administration at the University of Mississippi. Formerly, economist at the Federal Trade Commission. Associate editor, Southern Economic Journal; Book review editor, Public Choice and Managerial and Decision Economics journals. Author of Taxing Choice: The Predatory Politics of Fiscal DiscriminationThe Elgar Companion to Public Choice: The Organization of IndustryAntitrust Policy and Interest-Group Politics. Co-author, Modern Managerial EconomicsThe Causes and Consequences of Antitrust; and The Economics of Budget Deficits.

Mark Shulgasser. Playwright, Author, New York

Dr. Severin Sibailly. MD, physician, Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire [Says many Hiv-negative women in Africa have Aids]

Yannis Sideris. Professor of Social Sciences, Merchant Marine Academy, Thessaloniki, Greece

Jules Siegel. Journalist. Cancun, Mexico.

David Sigurslid. MD. Durango, Colorado.

Jnanabrata Sil. MBBS, DCH, PhD, Retired Professor of Medical Microbiology, Calcutta University and Visiting Professor of Microbiology, Kalyani Universitym West Bengal, India.

Irving P. Silberman. OD, Hyde Park, New York

Nick Silikas. DDS, Research Associate, University of Manchester Dental School, UK

Fernando Silva. MD, Gynecologist, Madrid, Spain

João Silva. Electrical Engineer. Lisbon, Portugal.

Ernest G. Silver. PhD, Radiation Biologist, Oak Ridge, Tennessee

Stephen Simac. Journalist, The Coastal Post, Marin County, California

Thula Simpson. Postgraduate research student, University of London, UK

Dr. Hector Simpson-Gildemeister. DPhil (Oxford). Biochemist, UK.

Arthur Singer. Author of 23 Years Positive.

Anju Singh. Co-founder of NGO JACK India. Member of Rethinking AIDS. Has been questioning the Indian health ministry and UNAIDS about the scientific evidence behind labelling sections of the population, such as homosexuals, high-risk groups. New Delhi, India.

Beldeu Singh. MSc Physical Anthropology, Malaysia. Columnist for the website

Mark A. Sircus. AC, OMD. Director, International Medical Veritas Association. Senior Editor, Medical Veritas Journal of Medicine. [visit website]

Henri Sirio. Physiotherapist, osteopathy student, Saint Louis, France

Linda Sisson. RN, Director Support Coalition Northwest, Eugene, Oregon

Aaron Siver. Research Biochemist, Food Industry. Mankato, USA.

Roy Skidmore. D.C., Chiropractor, San Jose, California

Roy Skodnick. Writer, art historian, New York City

Cynthia Skovgard. Doctor of Chiropractic, San Marcos, California

Roberta Skyler. BSN, RN. Health and wellness coach. Travel nurse. USA.

Fred Slater. Musician, Artist and Writer. Dublin, Eire.

Steve Slaton. BS Chemistry/Microbiology. Former PhD candidate in Immunology. Author of the novel ‘The SLIM Conspirary: TANDEM PRODUCT$’. Fort Collins, Colorado. [visit website]

Jason Slot. Biochemistry Research Technician, Boston, Massachusetts

Matt Sluder. Law student, Arizona State University

April Smith. Medical Student, Oklahoma City

Casey Marie Smith. Licensed Acupuncturist and Certified Doula, Topanga, California

Christian Smith. Molecular Biology Research Technologist, McMaster University, Ontario, Canada

Gary Smith. Non-denominational Minister, Kentucky, USA.

Lyle J. Smith. MS Ag Econ Univ. Calif. Davis; Biology Student; San Jose, California

Marcia Smith. ND, PhD, Nutrition, Fairfax, California

Sir David Smith. MA, DPhil, FRS, FRSE. Biologist. Fellow of the Royal Society. Founder Member of the International Society of Endocytobiology. Principle of Edinburgh University 1989 – 1994. Head of the largest graduate college (Wolfson) Oxford University 1994 – 2000. Currently government adviser on environmental concerns.

Stacie Smith. MA, L.P.C., Psychotherapist, Atlanta, Georgia

Sunyata Smith. Grad. Student in molecular biology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York

Tony Smith. CAGS, New York, NY

William Smith. MA, Health Care Administrator, Chicago, Illinois

James P. Snyder. PhD, Glenview, Illinois

David Sobers. PhD, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Michal Sobkowski. PhD, Chemistry, Institute of Bio-organic Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences

Wilmer Soler Terranova. MD, MSc, Profesor, Departamento de Fisiología y Bioquímica, Facultad de medicina, Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia

Eddie Solorzano. Hiv counselor, Pasadena, California Health Department, HIV Prevention Education Program

Xin Song. Computer Scientist, Universität Trier, Germany

Dr. Joseph Sonnabend. MD, New York Physician, founder of the American Foundation for AIDS Research (AmFAR) [Says Aids is multifactorial, AZT is ‘a disaster’ and that heterosexual transmission is ‘a hoax.’]

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David M. Sonntag. PhD, MSPH, Environmental Toxicologist, Cincinnati, Ohio

Faith Sood. ex-chairman, Poona District Indian Red Cross Blood Bank (First in India to test blood for particles associated with hepatitis and AIDS), Pune, Maharashtra, India

Christian Sorflaten. Electrical Engineer, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA.

Manuel Garrido Sotelo. MD, Cangas Pontevedra, Spain. Founder of the association Superando el Sida.

David Sotnik. Documentary Film Maker, New York City

Miguel Soto Ramos-Arguelles. Physics student. Universidad Autonónoma de Madrid, Spain

Leon Southgate.


RN, MSc. Licensed Acupuncturist. London, England

Bruno Spagnoli. PhD candidate, Institut de Mecanique des Fluides, Toulouse, France

Fabrizio Sparano. Engineer, Florence, Italy

Anne H. Spencer. PhD, Founder and Director, International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Assoc. and Infinity International Institute of Hypnotherapy, Royal Oak, Michigan

Marie Madeleine Spencer. PhD, Post-doctoral Research Associate in Plant Sciences, University of Tennessee

Jean Pierre Spinosa. MD, Gynecologist, Lausanne, Switzerland

Susie Spivey-Tilson. MSc, Decatur, Georgia

Maria Spizzica. Grad. Student in Mental Health, Monash University College of Medicine. Melbourne, Australia

Dr. Heinz Spranger. PhD, DDM. German Nosologist and Semiotist, and Practitioner in Periodontology and Oral Medicine. Former founder and Dean of the Faculty of Oral Medicine at the University Witten/Herdecke, former head of the Department of Periodontology and Oral Medicine, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt/Main. Recipient of the German Ribbon of the Order of the Distinguished Service Cross for his humanitarian scientific efforts

Michael Springhetti. Registered Nurse, Honolulu, Hawaii

Elizabeth Sroczynski. Graduate Student of Law, Adelaide, Australia

Dr. Charles Ssali. MD, Ugandan physician and researcher in both western and traditional herbal medicines; Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in London

John St. John. D.C., Chiropractor, Chagrin Falls, Ohio

Peter Staheli. Engineer, Currumbin, Australia

Kurt Stampfli. MD, Study Group on Nutrition and Immunity, Bern, Switzerland

Udo Stanglmeier. Author, Myrobalan, The Elixir of life: A Life-prolonging Fruit of the Himalayas. Alternative health researcher. Bonn, Germany.

Mark S. Stanley. PhD, Dept. Biol. Sciences, Univ. North Texas, Denton, Texas

Rita Stanley. PhD, Director, Northwest Lyme Disease Support Network, Portland, Oregon

Audrey Stanton. Medical Student, Oklahoma State University

Phillip Staple. DDS, Dental Surgeon, Kingston, Jamaica

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David Steele. Attorney, San Francisco, California

Charles Stein. PhD, Instructor, Bard College, New York. Author, Secret of The Black Chrysanthemum and other books. Editor: Being = Space x Action: Searches for Freedom of Mind in mathematics, Art and Mysticism

Paulo Stekel. Writer, publisher and journalist. Cachoeirinha, Brazil. [visit website]

Hugo Stenström. MD, Senior interventional radiologist, Department of Radiology, Linköping University Hospital, Sweden.

John Stenström. PhD. Department of Microbiology. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. Uppsala. Sweden

Abel Stephan. Graduate Chemist, Technical University of Kaiserslautern. Germany.

Ralph R. Stephens. LMT, NCTMB, Certified Sports Massage Therapist, Certified Neuromuscular Therapist, Author, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Henry Stephenson. D.C., Naturopathic Physician, Yelm, Washington

Kim Stephenson. Writer, Portland, Oregon

Randall L. Stephenson. Dept. of Philosophy, University of Toronto

Wendell Stephenson. PhD, Philosophy, Fresno City College, California

Alejandro Ortiz Stern. Medical Student, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico

Rachel Stern. Masters in Public Policy, Tujunga, California

Erin Steuter. PhD, Assoc. Professor, Mount Allison University, New Brunswick, Canada

Dr. Gordon Stewart. MD, Emeritus Professor of Public Health, University of Glasgow. Former Consultant Physician (Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine) to National Health Service (UK) and WHO. Author of over 100 journal articles and contributions to symposia, as well as such books as Trends in Epidemiology and The Penicillin Group of Drugs.

John Stewart. Film Director of The Asylum and other films, London, UK

Roberto P. Stock. PhD, Research Scientist, Instituto de Biotecnologia, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico

Trevor Stoddart. Owner and Operator of ICS (Infection Control Solutions). Writer. Canada.

Cheryl Stoeber. MFT, RN, BCETS, Licensed Psychotherapist, Westlake Village, California

Jennifer Stonier. Women’s Health Interaction, Quebec, Canada. Certifie Numavik. Co-author, Uncommon Questions: An Alternative Feminist Exploration of AIDS

Frank Stoppenbach. MA, Mathematics, Columbia University

Philip Stowell. MB, BS, F.A.C.N.E.M., Physician, Brisbane, Australia


Howard Straus. Founder, Cancer Research Wellness Network; Author, Dr. Max Gerson: Healing the Hopeless. Carmel, California


John Strausbaugh. Journalist, former editor, The New York Press

James Strohecker. Executive Editor, Alternative Medicine: The Definitive Guide, author of many books on health and co-author of You Don’t Have to Die: Unraveling the AIDS Myth

Dr. Richard Strohman. PhD, Professor Emeritus of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of California, Berkeley; former Director of the Health and Medical Sciences Program at UC Berkeley

Remo Strotkamp. Grad., Princeton University, Researcher, C&C Research Laboratories, Princeton, New Jersey

Eric Strzepek. Research Assistant, Environmental Issues, Competitive Enterprise Institute, Washington, DC


Harry Stulemeijer. Pharmacist, Schagen, Netherlands

Maria Grainne Beatrix Stumpfl. Engineer, Paris, France

Elsa Suarez. PhD, Bucaramanga, Colombia

Juan Carlos Suárez Bermejo. PhD, Professor of Engineering, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

Alfonso Suarez Zermeno. Chemical Pharmaceutical Biology and Molecular Biology, UNAM (National Autonomous University), Mexico.

David Subik. Sociologist, Brno, Czech Republic

Jeff Sullivan. MSW, Albany, New York

Michael B. Sullivan. Graduate student in Psychology at Mississippi State University

Peter J. Sullivan. MA, New Milford, New Jersey

Richard Sunder. Psychotherapist, VP, Association Française de Pansémiotique, Paris, France

Kathryn Suslov. Medical and MPH student, Columbia University, Drexel University

Mattias Svensson. PhD candidate, Biotechnology, University of Lund, Sweden

Melvyn Sydney-Smith. MB BS, PhD. Adjunct Assoc. Professor, School of Health, University of New England; Director, Australian College of Holistic Medicine, Brisbane

Ebi A. Sylva. IT Professional. AIDS Dissidents Initiative, Lagos, Nigeria.

Jean Symes. Institutional Program Coordinator, Inter Pares, the Canadian Social Justice Organization, Ottawa

John Szczubelek. JD, Assistant Attorney General, State of Michigan

Slawomir Szymanski. PhD and D.Sc. in Chemistry. Professor, Institute of Organic Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland

Amhayes Tadesse. Post Graduate Diploma in International Transport and Logistics. Ethiopia

Utis Taechaprut. PhD Student, Kings College, London, UK

Edward Tagoe. MD, Heidelberg, Germany

Djamel Tahi. Science Journalist, France

Shagha Tahmasebi. MS. Infectious Diseases. California, USA.

Bolgova Tais. Lawyer. Russia.

Julie Talavera. Medical Student, Tulane University. Recipient of the Francis M. Taylor award for Chemical Engineering

Chris R. Tame. PhD, Journalist, Founder and Director of Britain’s Libertarian Alliance [Says Aids is not a threat to heterosexuals and statistics are faked and manipulated to convince you otherwise]

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Devananda Tandavan. MD, Nuclear Physician and Hospital Staff President, Chicago, Illinois

Walter Tarello. Veterinary Surgeon, Perugia, Italy

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Dr. Anne Taylor. PhD, Aberdeen, Scotland. Former postdoctoral research fellow in physiology, biochemistry and molecular biology at Penn State University, Edinburgh University and Aberdeen University

Djeukam Tchameni. MBA, Computer Scientist, Chairman, Free Cameroon Movement, 2004 Cameroon Presidential Candidate

Charles Blaise Tchapdeu. MSc, Berlin, Germany

Abdoullah Bertrand Tchouangeup. Dipl.- Engineering, Naval Architect, Member, Royal Institution of Naval Architects. Emden, Germany

Janos Tedeschi. Filmmaker. Basel, Switzerland. [visit website]

Elisabeth Tejerina. MD, Barcelona, Spain

William F. Tell. Senior Analyst, Health Care Advisory Board, Washington, DC

Mwizenge Tembo. PhD, Associate Professor of Sociology, Bridgewater College. Author of The Deadly Fallacy of the HIV-AIDS-Death Hypothesis: Exposing the Epidemic that Is Not(2004), The Real Cause of AIDS in Zambia (2002). [visit website]

Ron Teperek. PhD, Senior Lecturer, School of Engineering, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, UK

Daniel Tepfer. Astrophysics, Jazz Pianist, Artist

Nemen M. Terc. Nuclear Physicist, Hallandale, Florida

Jean Vladimir Térémetz. Physicist, Paris, France

Silvio Terra. MSc Student, Oregon State University

Michael Theroux. Director, Borderland Scientific Research Foundation

Dion Thevarge. Registered Nurse, North Vancouver, BC, Canada

Ralf Thomaier. Engineer, Frankfurt, Germany

Charles B. Thomas. PhD, Chair, Dept. of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice, University of Michigan at Flint

Dr. Charles Thomas. PhD, former Professor of Biochemistry, Harvard and Johns Hopkins Universities. Former chair of the Cell Biology Department, Scripps Research Institute

Joe Thomas. PhD, ICMR-WHO Proj. on AIDS, Calcutta, India

Morgan Thomas. PhD, Director, Global Crisis Solution Center. [visit website]

Stuart A. Thomson. Director, Gaia Research Institute, Knysna, South Africa

Robert Thorne. MD, Bloomfield, USA

William Thornton. D.C., Santa Monica, California

Sherry Thorup. MSc, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Rawson M. Thurber. MFA, Movie Director, Los Angeles, California

Michael Tierra. Acupuncturist, herbalist, author, teacher, Santa Cruz, California

Omkar Tilak. Homeopathic Doctor, Pune, India

Muriel Tillinghast. Executive Director of Head Start, long-time civil rights activist, and 1996 US Vice Presidential candidate of the Green Party

Alan Tillotson. Registered Herbalist, PhD, Author of One Earth Herbal Sourcebook, Director Chrysalis Natural Medicine, Wilmington, Delaware [visit website]

John Tindall. MCSP BAc MBAcC, Physiotherapist, Acupuncturist, Chinese Herbalist, London, UK. Previously an Aids specialist with Britain’s NHS. Co-author, Acupressure for Common Ailments

Wilhelm Tischler. MD, Bad Hall, Austria

John Tatini Titantah. PhD, Physicist, L’Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

Frederick Tobin. PhD, Gorke, Australia

Dominique Tobler. PhD Student, Geochemistry, Bern, Switzerland

Iván Tobón Restrepo. MD, Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia

Peter G. Tocci. MT, Holistic wellness consultant and health writer, Leominster, Massachusetts

Melanie Tolbert. Immunology/Research Technician, Charlotte, North Carolina

Kathleen Tolliver. RN, New Haven, Connecticut

Hans U.P. Tolzin. Journalist. Germany.

Marcio Murilo Tomasoni. Pharmacist and Biochemist, Florianopolis, Brazil

Eriberto Tontodonati. Astronomer, Ragusa, Italy

Sharon E. Toole. Integrative Psychotherapist, Counselor and Wellness Consultant specializing in Emotionally Focused Therapy for Rapid Emotional Healing. Toronto, Canada.

James Tooley. PhD, Professor of Education Policy, University of Newcastle, UK. Consultant to the UN, World Bank, UK Government; Director of the Education Program at the Institute of Economic Affairs; Author of many books including Reclaiming Education and co-author of HIV and Aids in Schools: The Political Economy of Pressure Groups and Miseducation

Denijal Topcic. PhD Student, University of Melbourne, Australia

Gustavo Torres. Dental Surgeon, File, Peru

Nicola Tosi. Professor of Geophysics, Milan University, Italy

Dr. Akirogunde Tosin. Graduate of Medicine (MBBS). Nigeria.

Obediah Totimeh. Nurse, Coon Rapids, Minnesota

John R. Totter. PhD, Director, Atomic Energy Commission Division of Biology and Medicine (1967-72); Former Associate Director of Biomedical and Environmental Science at Oak Ridge National Laboratory; former Professor of Chemistry and Chairman of the Division of Biological Science at the University of Georgia

Dr. Michael Tracey. PhD, Director, Centre for Mass Media Research, University of Colorado at Boulder

William P. Trebing. Doctor of Chiropractic. Greenwich, Connecticut. Author of Good-Bye Germ Theory[visit website]

Bernard Trink. Journalist, Author and Columnist, Bangkok Post

George B. Trinkaus. Author, How the [SF] Chronicle Invented Aids.

Alexei Trofimov. PhD, Dept. of Radiation Oncology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School

La Trombetta. Burzynski Research Inst., Houston, Texas

Dawn Trook. MFA, Author, Instructor, Sul Ross State University, Alpine, Texas

Gene Trosper. California, Quality Assurance specialist for a major medical device manufacturing company. Also chairman of the Riverside County (California) Libertarian Party

Dick Trostler. Engineer, Claremont, California

Cesare Trovato. Architect, Torino, Italy

Adam B. Troy. PhD, New York, NY

Kevin Trudeau. Author of Natural Cures

Ray Trujillo. DDS, San Diego, California

Oupa Tsheko. PhD, Lecturer, University of Botswana

Xin M. Tu. PhD, Harvard University School of Public Health, Associate Professor, Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, University of Pennsylvania [Says 90% of positive Hiv tests in low risk populations are false positives]

Ionel Tudor. Mathematician, Giurgiu, Romania

Dr. Shungu M. Tundanonga-dikunda. PhD, Public & Policy Affairs Consultant, Berlin, Germany

Dr. Valendar Turner. MD, Royal Perth Hospital, University of Western Australia [visit website]

James Turner. Engineer, Azusa, California

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Richard A. Tuscher. D.O., Portland, Oregon

Teresa E Tutt. PhD, Research Scientist, Houston, Texas

David H. Tyson. Mathematician, electrical engineer, Eugene, Oregon

Nicholas J. Ucci. PhD, Former Adj. Asst. Professor, State University of New York at Farmingdale. Author, The Structure of Racism: Insights into developing a new language for socio-historical inquiry and The Fountain of Youth Diet

Cletus Ugwu. HND Chemical Engineering, Abuja, Nigeria

Craig Michael Uhl. MD, former U.S. Navy physician, Monarch Beach, California

Marie Ukpong. Medical Microbiologist, affiliated with The Nigerian Association of Microbiologists

Friedrich Ulmer. PhD, Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, Bergische University, Wuppertal, Germany

Werner Ulrich. DVM, Veterinarian, Public Health Inspector, Sta. cruz De Tenerife, Spain

Jean Umber. Professor of Organic Chemistry, Académie de Nancy-Metz, Lorraine, France [visit website]

John J. Umile. Medical Virology Researcher, Union County College, New Jersey

Joseph S. Uniat. ND, MSc, DDS, Rocklin, California

Dr. Howard Urnovitz. PhD, Microbiologist and Immunologist, Science Director, Chronic Illness Research Foundation, co-founder and CEO, Chronix Biomedical. Dr. Urnovitz’s team developed the only FDA-licensed urine-based diagnostic test for antibodies to HIV.

Roser Urreizti. PhD student in Genetics, Barcelona, Spain

Cristian Vaccari. PhD. candidate, IULM University, Milan, Italy

Gabriela Vachino. Architect, Barcelona, Spain

Francois Vachon. MD, University of Paris 7, France [Says Hiv is not transmitted by penile-vaginal sex]

Eleonora N. Vacilotto. Nurse, Porto Alegre, Brazil

Kaviraj Vaikunthanath. Homeopath. London, UK.

Martha J. Vail. MD. Homeopathy and Family Medicine. Milton, Vermont, USA.

Vladimir Valderrama. MD, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogota, Colombia

Larry Valencia. MS Pharmaceutical Science, writer, Wyoming, Rhode Island

Gian Paolo Vallati. Architect, Writer, Rome, Italy

Joan Valls. MD, Arbucies, Spain

  1. Van Beveren. PhD, Biochemist/Physiologist, Director, Health Integration Center, Skillman, New Jersey

Jean Van Camp. MA, New Martinsville, West Virginia.

Marcus Van Dam. MD, Scarborough, UK

Tine Van Der Maas. Prof. Nurse, Cape Town, South Africa

Steven Van der Merwe. Journalist, Times Media Ltd, Johannesburg, South Africa

JP Van der Veen. LLB, Durban, South Africa

Maaike van der Velde. Social Worker, Arnhem, Gelderland, Netherlands

Karen Van Hoek. PhD, Ann Arbor, Michigan

Cathy Van Miert. RGON, BNursing. Medical Writer and Researcher. Auckland, New Zealand

Dewald Van Niekerk. Head of the African Centre for Disaster Studies at North-West University, South Africa. Co-author, Governance, Politics, and Policy in South Africa, Oxford, 2001

M.H. Van Sligtenhorst. MD, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Reinder Van Tijen. Industrial engineer. Founder of the non-profit industrial design foundation Demotech. Dieren, Netherlands

  1. van Tol. PhD, Dept. of Biochemisty, Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Albertus Van Wyk. Journalist, Johannesburg, South Africa

Darren Van Zyl. Advanced life support paramedic, Johannesburg, South Africa

Hernán Vanegas. Journalist, Medellin, Colombia

Kurt Vanquill. Ophthalmologist, Harvard graduate, San Francisco

Alex Varden. MA, Los Angeles, California

Joseph Varga. Licensed high school health instructor, Collingswood, New Jersey

CJ Varghese. Homeopathic physician, Taliparamba, India

Paul Varkonyi-Wallerstein. MD, Author, Das AIDS Dilemma; Forschung in der Sackgasse [The AIDS Dilemma; Research at a dead end]. Saarbruecken, Germany

Christopher Derick Varn. Managing Editor, Milkwood Review

Ricardo Vasquez-Sandoval. MD, MSc, Prof. of Immunology, Universidad de Concepcion, Chillan, Chile

Michel Vaugrante De Novince. PhD, Psychoanalyst, developer of Psycho-Cybernetics, former director of CARSH (Center for Applied Research in Humanities) in Rennes. [visit website]

Antonieta Vazquez. Pharmacist, Maracaibo, Venezuela

Carlos Vega. Nutrionist, Herbologist, Houston, Texas

Jorge Vega Bravo. MD, Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia

Raul Vergini. MD, Predappio, Italy

Vivienne Vermaak. Broadcast Journalist, South Africa

Michael Verney-Elliott. Journalist, London, UK

Dr. Eduardo Verzini. MD, Argentina

Felipe Vial Arroyo. Corporal Therapist, Reflexologist, Bach Flowers Therapist. Collaborator with Plural 21 NGO. Barcelona, Spain.

Claudio Viano. Engineer, Turin, Italy

Terry S. Vibbert. DDS, Evansville, Indiana

Ana Vidal. Medical Student, University PUC-SP, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Gonzalo Vidal. D.C., Hayward, California

Gernot Vielkind. MD, Private Homeopathic Practice. Formerly Government Medical Officer, Lichtenau, Austria. Previously Assistant to Prof. KH Spitzy, Dept. of Chemotherapy, University Hospital, Vienna, Austria. Head of Kaoma Hospital, Zambia (1975-6), Hospice Melk (2001-3), Trained homeopaths in Sarajevo (2004-7), Assisted at Nishtha Clinic in Indian Himalayas (2006) and worked for a street children’s charity in Romania (2007). [visit website]

Dr. Alberto Vigano. Milan, Italy

Carlos Villamizar Mantilla. Engineer, Bogotá, Colombia

Jacques Siegfried Visser. Administrator, Aids Research Foundation of South Africa, Pretoria

Jacques Siegfried (Zigi) Visser. Higher Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Founder (1996) and President – AIDS Research Foundation of South Africa. Co-founder Cryopreservation Technologies (1995). Co-founder (1998) and CEO, Virodene Pharmaceutical (Pty) Ltd. and Group of companies.

Olga Visser. Former Head of Research, Department of Thoracic Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, University of Pretoria, South Africa.

  1. Viswambharan. Founder of Natural Health Foundation, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India

Higinio Vital. Engineer, Madrid, Spain

Jacques Vitenberg. Avocat à la Cour (Barrister, Paris Court of Appeal), France

George Vithoulkas. Director and Professor of Homeopathic Medicine, International Academy of Classical Homeopathy, Alonissos, Greece. Honorary Professor, Moscow Medical Academy. Professor, Kiev Medical Academy. Awarded the Right Livelihood Award (1996), also known as the Alternative Nobel Prize, and the Gold Medal of the Hungarian Republic for his work in homeopathic medicine. Authored Homeopathy-Medicine of the New ManHomeopathy-Medicine for the New MillenniumThe Science of HomeopathyA New Model for Health and Disease, and many other books that have been translated into 20 languages. Also has written articles in Nature, World Health Forum (the scientific magazine of WHO), and other publications.[The appearance of HIV in the body is due to a depleted immune system due to other causes.] [visit website]

Marta Vives. MD, University of Barcelona, Spain

Barend Vlaardingerbroek. PhD, Senior Lecturer, Dept of Mathematics and Science, University of Botswana

Janie Vohland. Registered Nurse; First Aid/CPR Instructor, Salem, Oregon

Giovanna Volpe. MA, Sydney, Australia

Peter-anton Von Arnim. Lecturer, Weimar Summer Courses, Germany. Author, Der grüne Baum des Lebens and Goethe und der Islam

Eberhard Von Goldammer. PhD (Chemistry) with postdoctoral work in Biophysics. Professor of Cybernetics/Biophysics, FH Dortmund, Med. University. Lübeck. Lecturer (Biophysics) at the Ruhr-University, Bochum (1975-1986). About 150 publications in Biophysics, Cybernetics, Molecular Physics, Medical Engineering, Neural Networks, Genetic Algorithms. Witten, Germany.[visit website]

Mark Richard Francis von Hanau. DipAD. California.

Caroline Von Taysen. Psychological Case Worker, Berlin, Germany. Author, Autismustherapien – Grundhaltungen in der psychotherapeutischen Praxis im Zusammenhang mit der Therapie von autistischen Kindern und Jugendlichen (Autism therapy – basic attitudes in psychotherapeutic practice in connection with the therapy of autistic children and young people)

George Frhr. von Wintzingerode. Dipl. Ing., Director Techn.-Alliances, Aachen, Germany.

Bi Roubolo Vona. PhD, Asst. Professor of Mathematics, Clark-Atlanta University, Atlanta, Georgia

Aajonus Vonderplanitz. Nutritionist, speaker and writer, Venice, California. Author, We Want to Live and The Recipe for Living Without Disease

Erik VonHausen. Managing Editor, QNortheast Magazine, Utica, New York

Karl Voogd. Pharmaceutical Technician, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle, Washington.

Alessandro Vozza. PhD Student, Chemistry, Amsterdam University, The Netherlands

Igor Vragovic. PhD, Postdoctoral researcher in Physics, University of Alicante, Spain

Valerije Vrcek. MSc, Faculty of Pharmacy and Biochemistry, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Riyad Vinci Wadia. Indian writer/director of Fearless: The Hunter Wali StoryA Mermaid Called Aida and BOMgAY

William Wagener. PhD, Associate Professor, Microbiology, Clinical Laboratory Science, West Liberty State College, West Virginia.

Allene R. Wahl. PhD, C.N.C., Founder: International Resource Center for Chemically Induced Immune Disorders, Franklin Park, Illinois

  1. Wainwright. PhD, Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, University of Sheffield, UK

Kinefe Walde-miskel. MA, Koln, Germany

Martin Walker. Journalist and author of Dirty Medicine

Thorsten Walter. Diploma in Biology, University of Kiel, Germany

Martin Wälti. PhD. Biologist, Zürich, Switzerland.

Michele Walton. Documentary Film Maker, St. Louis, Missouri

Peter Wamulla. B. Phil, CPA, Nairobi, Kenya

Ronald Elly Wanda. Engineer; President, Pan African Society, London, UK

Ernest Wandera. MSc, Health Care Admin, Elizabeth, New Jersey

Theodore L. Wansley. MSc, University of Florida

James H. Warner. LLD, Rohersville, Maryland

Jeffrey Warner. Attorney. Alexandria, Virginia, USA.

Patricia Nell Warren. Author, Publisher, Los Angeles, California

Emmy Wasirwa. MD, Kampala, Uganda

Eugene Watson. Manufacturer of Scientific Instruments. Economic Development Consultant, University of Wyoming. USA.

Hatari Waweru. High Court Judge, Milimani Commercial Court, Nairobi, Kenya

Edward J. Wawszkiewicz. PhD, Chicago, Illinois

Abraham Wax. Attorney, New York, NY

Dr. Randall R. ‘Rush’ Wayne. MA, Molecular Biology, Harvard University, PhD, Biochemistry, University of California

Col. Douglas J. Wear. MC USA, Chairman, Department of Infectious and Parasitic Disease Pathology. Department of Defense Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, DC [salutes Duesberg’s dissent and admits that Hiv has only a “possible causative role” in Aids]

Charles Weaver. Graduate student, Neuroscience, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York

Robert Weaver. MD, Chicago, Illinois

Yeh Da Wei. MD, Hsin-Chu City, Taiwan

Nicolas Weiland. Homeopath, Montreal, Canada

Hannes Weinbauer. Medical Student, Graz, Austria

Elisabeth Weinberger. Bad Ems, Germany. Co-author, Neue Punktuelle Schmerz- und Organtherapie

Sonya Weir. Journalist, Vancouver, Canada. Editor, Shared Vision Magazine

Barnett J. Weiss. MA, LCSW, HEAL Board Member, Brooklyn, New York.

Darrell G. Wells. PhD, Emeritus Professor, Plant Sciences, Brookings, South Dakota

Jonathan C. Wells. PhD, Fairfield, California

Martin Welz. Editor, Noseweek, Cape Town, South Africa

Cyrille Onyumbe Wemakoy Wombo. Writer, Pretoria, South Africa

Adrian M. Wenner. PhD, Dept. Biol. Sciences, University of California at Santa Barbara

Louise Wentzel. Complementary Health Practitioner, Cape Town, South Africa

Dr. Ingwe Were. University certificate in Pharmaceutical and Human Medicine Technology specializing in botanical medicine, pharmacology, drug efficacy testing and drug processing from plant parts. Author of Leukemia and AIDS treatment reveal common causality and pathogenesis.

Nicolau Werneck. Electrical Engineer. PhD graduate student, USP, Brazil

Dr. Rudolf Werner. PhD, Professor of Biochemistry, University of Miami School of Medicine

Jeremy R. Werner. L.Ac., MTOM, RMT. Acupuncturist, Master of Traditional Oriental Medicine, Beverly Hills, California

Jim West. Science journalist, Chairman of the Science Committee for the NoSpray Coalition in New York City

Manfred Wetter. PhD, Copperbelt Univ., Kitwe, Zambia

James Whitehead. hiv positive 13 to 16 years, since 1987; writer and researcher for Continuum Magazine and Meditel Productions.

Mark Whittaker. MPhil, Copenhagen, Denmark

Thomas Whittier. Acupuncturist, Former Analytical and Research Chemist for Smith Kline & French, Former VP and Quality Control Director for Sterling Drug.

Kenneth D. Wicker. MD, Physician, Internal Medicine, Jefferson City, Tennessee

Theodor Wieland. PhD, Max Planck Institute, Heidelberg, Germany

Jens Wielobinski. Physiotherapist, holistic medicine practitioner, Dresden, Germany

Frank Wiewel. Founder, People Against Cancer, Member, Advisory Board, National Institute of Health’s Office of Alternative Medicine

Dr. Nishan Wijesinha. Colombo, Sri Lanka

Jon Wilcox. Physician, MBChB, DipObst, FRNZCGP, Auckland, New Zealand. Also served on government committees dealing with pharmaceuticals and classification of pharmaceuticals

David J. Wilder. MD, Physician, Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany

Karl Wilder. Nutritionist, New York

Beth E. Williams. Grad. Student, Teaching Assistant in Biology and Chemistry, Swarthmore College, Pennsylvania. Awarded a fellowship from the National Science Foundation

Ivor F. Williams. Project Manager, Botswana, Population Services International

J.L. Williams. RN. Groveland, California.

Kate Williams. PhD candidate, University of Michigan; BSc, MIT, MBA, University of Chicago

Lorraine Williams. BA (Biological Science). Diploma of Health Science (Herbalism). Australia.

Winthrop Williams. PhD, Physics, University of California at Berkeley

Annette Willmott. Registered Nurse, certified midwife, Sydney, Australia

Robert E. Willner. MD, PhD, author of Deadly Deception

Ashley Wilson. Engineer, Milano, Italy

Ben Wilson. BSc Chemistry, CMTA, CSCS, NSCA-CPT

Geoffrey Wilson. Atmospheric Scientist, Nederland, Colorado

Melanie Windover. Journalist, Toronto, Canada

Zev Winicur. PhD, Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, University of Colorado, Boulder

Dan Winterrowd. MA, Pilot Hill, California

Wade Wofford. Addictions Counselor, Birmingham, Alabama

Jacek Wójcik. PhD, Chemist, Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warszawa, Poland

Thomas E. Wojtaszek. Attorney, Brooklyn, New York

Susan Woledge. Remedial Therapist, Student of Naturopathy, Te Aroha, New Zealand

Derek A. Wolfe. DBM, North Devon, UK

Gerald T. Wolke. Pharmacist, Vallejo, California

Lee Marc G. Wolman. Civil Engineer, Belmont, Massachusetts, B.A., B.E., Johns Hopkins University, MS, Harvard University

Dr. Anthony Wong. Retired Dentist, UK

Ambroise Wonkham. MD, Faculty of Medical Genetics, University of Geneva Medical School, Switzerland

Croft Woodruff. MH, Vancouver, Canada

L.B. Work. MD, Monterey, California

John Worsley Simpson. Journalist, Writer, Author of Novels Undercut, Counterpoint and Shadowmen, Newmarket, Ontario, Canada

James L. Worthington. Registered Nurse, Director of Nursing, Central Florida Rehabilitation Complex, Mount Dora, Florida

Gillian Wray. Dip.Hom.Med., Dublin, Ireland

Carol Wright. Journalist, Eastsound, Washington

Michael Wright. MA, Recipient of four federal grants from the US Public Health Service. Two of these grants supported the development and testing of software providing personal anonymous risk assessment for current HIV infection. In this capacity part of his tasks included study of diagnostic error.

Cristiane Wu. MD, São Paulo, Brazil

Hung-Hsi Wu. PhD, Professor of Mathematics, University of California at Berkeley

James Wu. MD, Foster City, California

Hannelore Wurst . Psychotherapist, Reinach, Switzerland

Leanne Wylet. Founder and President, Patients for Alternative Medicine (PfAM)

Markus Wyser. Dipl. Naturarzt and Drogist, Zug, Switzerland

Chun Xu. MD, PhD, VP Global Clinical Services, Venturepharm Lab. Beijing, China.

José Antonio Yañez-Martinez. Naturopathic Doctor, Monterrey, Mexico

David W. Yarbrough. MFA, Silver Spring, Maryland

Steven Haywood Yaskell. Science writer, Sweden. Co-author, Maunder Minimum and the Variable Sun-Earth Connection

Gisèle Yasmeen. PhD, Director, BC & Yukon Office, The Council for Canadian Unity; Research Associate, Sustainable Development Research Institute & Institute of Asian Research, University of British Columbia, Canada; co-author, “Work, Space and Place in the Cities of the East Asian Pacific Rim” in Kim, Douglass and Choe (eds.) Culture and the City in East Asia, Oxford University Press 1997

Wai Yeung. MD, Orinda, California

Donald Yewah. Engineering Graduate Student, University of Munich, Germany

Dr. John Yiamouyiannis. PhD, Biochemist. Biochemical editor for Chemical Abstracts Service, Science Director of the National Health Federation. Co-editor of the scientific journal, Fluoride. Co-author of AIDS: The Good News is that HIV Doesn’t Cause It; The Bad News is that Recreational Drugs and Medical Treatments Like AZT Do

Dje Yobouet. PhD, Director of Chemistry, Food Safety Net Services, Ltd.; Scientist, Agricultural Experimental Station, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Shachaf Yonatan. MSc Biopolymers. Dept. of Applied Chemistry. Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Professor David Yonggi Cho. PhD, MD, ThD, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Risha Yorke. Playwright, Vancouver, Canada

Susan Yorke. MSW, RSW, Counselling And Development Centre, York University, Toronto, Canada

Ian Young. Author The Stonewall Experiment (and other writings), Toronto, Canada

Robert O. Young. DSc, PhD. Researcher into the impact of foods and liquids on the delicate pH balance of blood plasma and cells. Author of The pH Miracle: Balance Your Diet, Reclaim Your Health, and Sick and Tired? Reclaim Your Inner Terrain[visit website]

William Young. PhD, Genetics, Lansing, Michigan

Syed Zainulabedin. PhD, Neurobiologist, Freie Universität, Berlin, Germany

Vladimir Zajac. PhD, Oncovirologist, Geneticist, Cancer Research Institute, Bratislava, Slovak Republic

Omer Zak. MSc Physics, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel

Dermawan Zakaria. BSc Industrial Physics. Department of Engineering, TPM College, Malaysia.

Rafa Zakrzewski. Editor of ‘Gazeta Wyborcza’ (Election Gazette), Warsaw, Poland

Doretta Zanella. Veterinarian, Torino, Italy

Vladimir Zaninovic. MD, Emeritus Professor of Neurology, Universidad del Valle, Santiago de Cali, Colombia

Malcolm D. Zaretsky. PhD, Research Biologist, University of California at Berkeley. [Thinks Aids medicines harmful. “AZT and similiar toxics may soon be synonymous with snake oil.”]

Jennifer F. Zea. D.C., Austin, Texas

Michael (“Mickey Z.”) Zezima. Editor, Wide Angle monthly; Author, The Seven Deadly SpinsSaving Private PowerThe Murdering of My Years and other books. Has lectured at Yale and MIT

Zakhe Zondo. National Democratic Institute For International Affairs, Johannesburg, South Africa

Michael Zonta. Journalist. Author of The Men in My Life: A Therapeutic Autobiography, Founder of Metaphysical Alliance. San Francisco, California.

Hamadou Zourmba. Engineer, Wemblingden, Germany

Mark Zuhrbrigghen. Dip. Fitness & Nutrition, Dip. Human Nutrition, BSc Nutrition Medicine, MA Ortho-Molecular Nutrition, PhD Genetrophy. Owner of an AIDS and Brain Nutrition Clinic in Cape Town, South Africa.

Ronald L. Zukauskis. PhD (Educational Psychology), Asst. Professor, Psychology, Ball State University, Indiana.

Hannilie H. Zulu. Author, Negotiating Blood. Lusaka, Zambia

Musa Zuma. Researcher, South African Human Rights Commission, Johannesburg, South Africa

Andrés Amado Zuno Arce. Homeopath, Guadalajara, Mexico. Author, ‘Homeopatía e Informática’ (now in its second edition) and ‘Qué cura la saliva y porqué? Sialoterapia’ (’What heals the saliva and why?’) [visit website]

Klaus Joseph Zupan. Architect. Rhede, Germany.

Stanley J. Zyskowski. PhD, Farmington Hills, Michigan

There you have it. No “handful of wild-eyed conspiracy theorists.” No “right-wing racists,” as the Aids industry’s spinmeisters would have you believe. Just 2,729 very serious, concerned, highly educated people from every corner of the globe who sense that an enormous tragedy is unfolding due to the medical establishment’s unwillingness to face the evidence that the Hiv-Aids theory is a mistake.

The people on this page were intellectually curious enough to have sought out and studied the arguments that discredit the Hiv-Aids theory. Since the mass media and professional journals censor these arguments, the vast majority of doctors and scientists, although decent people who want to do the right thing, have never been exposed to them, and so accept the biased conclusions of politicized bureaucracies like the CDC and WHO, whose coziness with the drug industry is legendary and whose recommendations always seems to dovetail perfectly with drug industry marketing plans.

Were it not for the massive media blackout of information that contradicts the Hiv theory, many more people would be asking tough questions.

The next time you hear the media say, “only a handful of scientists doubt Hiv’s role in Aids,” refer them to this page. Explain to them that it is wrong to misrepresent the fact that there is enormous dissent to the Hiv-Aids paradigm.

The next time you hear the media drone, “Hiv, the virus that causes Aids,” remind them that journalists are supposed to distinguish between what is a theory and what is a fact. That Hiv-Aids is only a theory and has never been proven, is admitted by top scientists even in the Aids establishment.

The next time the media announce that tens of millions of people are dying from Hiv in Africa, ask them how they know that. Remind them that journalists are supposed to question dubious assertions from powerful, drug-industry funded agencies like the WHO, not parrot them as if they were indisputable. Ask them why they report these numbers as if they were actual Aids cases, when in fact they are projections made by WHO’s computer programs, based on very questionable statistical methodologies and contradicted by many facts including the continual large population increases experienced in the countries supposedly worst affected.

Request that the media stop twisting the truth in support of a politicized, entrenched Aids establishment that profits financially by terrorizing people, pokes its nose shamelessly into people’s private sex lives, compels people to submit to inaccurate tests and literally forces mothers and babies to swallow toxic, unproven chemotherapy drugs with horrific, often-fatal side effects.

Explain to them that this is irresponsible, and that such actions cause needless anxiety, shatter people’s lives, tear families apart, destroy hope and trigger countless suicides. And that while we realize that sensational headlines about “killer viruses” sell newspapers, the social cost of these profits is unacceptable.

Make the media understand that keeping people in the dark about the large number of credentialed dissenters to the Hiv-Aids dogmas, and the financial conflicts of interest that are rampant among Hiv-Aids scientists and NGOs, is a violation of everyone’s human right to informed consent and freedom of information.

Note: Affiliation with an organization does not imply that the organization supports the individual HIV/AIDS skeptic’s position.

All those who suggest or state that I or any of the other scientists, activists, journalists and health care professionals who challenge the rightness of the existing medical paradigm involving AIDS could have had all their questions answered and proved positive our position on December 9, 1993. On that day, more than 100 persons assembled with their physicians in New York City at a major press conference, they had been selected over a twelve month period if they could prove with medical verification, including blood work up, viral load, CD4 and CD8 count, that they had made major improvements without relapse with their AIDS condition. An independent panel of medical and scientific experts brought more than 25,000 scientific references to verify the medical veracity, efficacy and safety of any given protocol used by the patients. For example, if someone stated that they had been using intravenous vitamin C with glutathione pushes and had made a remarkable recovery, then all the studies in the peer-reviewed literature on vitamin C impacting viral loads were provided. Four of the individuals in attendance had been following my protocols through the Tri-State Healing Center. As each individual came to the podium along with their attending physician to discuss their protocols and improvements, eleven had complete reversal of HIV antibody response. They actually went from HIV positive to HIV negative. What was missing from the press conference was the press, as well as any representatives from the mainstream gay and AIDS community. A major PR firm had been hired and on three separate occasions prior, had invited more than 7,000 journalists as well as members of ACT UP, but none attended.