AIDS Wiki:Community portal
November 2014 — A Russian online Rethinking AIDS social community is studied by four Russian social scientists. Their conclusion:
Contrary to the widespread public health depiction of AIDS denialists as totally irrational, our study suggests that some of those who become AIDS denialists have sufficiently reasonable grounds to suspect that “something is wrong” with the scientific theory.See Henry Bauer's HIV/AIDS ”denialism” is reasonable, according to independent observers.
September 2014 — Questioning the HIV-AIDS hypothesis: 30 years of dissent, by Patricia Goodson:
"The HIV/AIDS hypothesis is one hell of a mistake”, wrote Kary Mullis in 1996. Mullis—Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, 1993—and other distinguished scientists have claimed the HIV-causes-AIDS hypothesis is false, unproductive, and unethical. They have done so since 1984, when the hypothesis was proposed. Thirty years after countless studies, resources, and attempts to cure have been poured into the HIV-AIDS hypothesis, it may be fruitful to ask: What happened to those views and voices that once disagreed? Have the past three decades, with their scientific, technological, and public health developments, been sufficient to convince critics of the hypothesis’ value? Have these advances been able to silence the questioning?