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AIDS Activists In Their Own Words-pt1
President of the Alberta Reappraising AIDS Society, a member of the Canadian Association of Journalists; researcher & writer, focusing on the analysis of scientific justification for modern medicine.
: independent filmmaker in San Diego & a member of the Board of Directors, HEAL (Health Education AIDS Liason).
was given an AIDS diagnosis in 1996 solely based on a low T-cell count; she never had any AIDS defining illness nor was ever in a high risk group. She was given a 6 months to live & placed on the drug cocktails (AZT, 3TC and Crixivan) for the next 11 years until confronting hepatic damage and subsequently learning of the questionable science behind the HIV=AIDS theory. She discontinued the medications in 2007 and has been fine since.
had a "positive" test result in 2000 at age 18 that changed his life for the worse; his partner died of liver failure from toxicity due in large part to HIV meds. Casey is active in the RethinkingAIDS work.
AIDS Activists In Their Own Words-pt2
is a long-term HIV survivor for over 23 years and a dissident AIDS activist. His forthcoming memoir is “Living Proof”
has lived in various parts of the US from San Francisco to Miami & small towns in between, & has witnessed the reaction of gays to the HIV=AIDS=DEATH theory for nearly 20 years. He hopes to help others learn more about the other side of AIDS.
has been HIV positive for 30 years -from the hep-B vaccines given in the 70's; he never sought treatment & hadn't suffered from any AIDS defining diseases for over 28 years. Hospitalized last year due to a head injury, he was tested for HIV against his will & forced to take AZT, followed by Atripla, an addictive drug that can't be stopped without serious consequences.
has been active in the New York Chapter of HEAL & Rethinking AIDS for years.
: writer, activist & award winning journalist, has been chronicling the HIV debate since 1987. She was one of the original signatories to the letter establishing the Group for the Scientific Reappraisal of the HIV/AIDS Hypothesis
. Her work has focused on the earliest critiques of the HIV/AIDS hypothesis
, the AZT
blight, & all facets of the dividing HIV culture– medical, sociological, political, & economic- both in the West & in Africa. "Out of Control: AIDS and the Corruption of Medical Science"
March’06] “Serious Adverse Events: An Uncensored History of AIDS”