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AIDS Inc.: Scandal of the Century (ISBN 0954659015) is a 1988 book by Jon Rappoport. It was one of the first to critically examine the HIV/AIDS hypothesis and the political maneuverings of the AIDS industry. It contains one of the earliest interviews of Peter Duesberg and proposes a multifactorial model for AIDS, based on chemical causes, drug abuse, antibiotics, and malnutrition.



   VIRUS IS NOT THE CAUSE.   

   DEFINITION OF AIDS IS WORTHLESS.   

   TREATMENT IS POISON.   



I went back to my doctor and told him that I was better. Tests showed my T-cell count was improving. I had more energy. He said I probably had AIDS dementia, and that's why I imagined I was getting well. — an AIDS patient, Los Angeles, 1988


Contents

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  1. AIDS on TV
  2. Dying of What?
  3. Can a Prison Experiment Cause AIDS
  4. Chemical AIDS
  5. Who Popped the Poppers?
  6. Drugs and AIDS: An Interview with an AIDS Clinic Administrator
  7. Years of Antibiotics: More on Chemical AIDS
  8. Pesticides and Drug Dumping in the Third World: Is It AIDS?
  9. Enter AZT
  10. Malnutrition AIDS
  11. A Case Study in Confusion: AIDS in Uganda
  12. Does the HIV Virus Cause Disease?
  13. Pneumocystis, The Primary AIDS Symptom
  14. Kaposi's Sarcosm
  15. An Interview with a Molecular Biologist: Does HIV Cause AIDS?
  16. An Interview with Peter Duesberg: Does HIV Cause AIDS?
  17. AIDS Dementia and the Psychiatrists
  18. An Interview with Dr. Joseph Sonnabend
  19. Official, Bizarre Definitions of AIDS
  20. Media and the AIDS Party-Line
  21. Instead of the Evening News
  22. AIDS Media on the Political Right
  23. Mandatory Testing/Detainment
  24. Activist Strategies
  25. The Inner Sanctum of the Laboratory
  26. Biowarfare Research
  27. How Much of AIDS is Syphilis? An Interview with Dr. Stephen Caiazza
  28. African Swine Fever, Fidel, and the CIA
  29. CMV (Cytomegalovirus)
  30. IV Drug Users and AIDS: A Conversation with William Burroughs
  31. The Power of Suggestion and the AIDS Blood Test

Documents

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