The 108th Congress should:
- Bring funding for AIDS research in line with other diseases,
on a cost-per-victim basis.
- Cut all government-funded medical research
For every $10 spent per cancer death on
cancer research, $110 is spent per AIDS death on AIDS research
and $3 is spent per heart disease death on heart disease
Cardiologists say most people don't
realize heart disease is the nation's top killer, particularly
because there's no organized popular lobby for it.
Many doctors and specialists say they
believe the budget for the National Institutes of Health is a
testament to effective lobbying. MORE
NIH allocates $2,100 per year for each
HIV/AIDS patient (600,000 to 700,000), $200 per breast cancer
patient (2 million), $338 per overall cancer patient (8
million), $40 per heart disease patient (22 million), and $20
per diabetes patient (16 million). MORE
The HIV-AIDS theory distracts attention from the destructive
nature of the homosexual lifestyle.
This website contains more than 500 web pages with over 350
articles about the AIDS controversy. Well organized and regularly
- Duesberg on AIDS
Peter H. Duesberg, Ph.D. is a professor of Molecular and
Cell Biology at the University of California, Berkeley. This
is Duesberg's official site, containing his written works on
the subject, as well as other scientists that support his
views such as Kary B. Mullis. Kary Mullis won the 1993 Nobel
Prize in Chemistry for his invention of the polymerase chain
reaction technique for detecting DNA. This is the technique
used to search for fragments of HIV in AIDS patients.
This is the website of the Group for the Reappraisal of AIDS. It
contains the latest issues of the monthly newsletter, detailed
information about the Group and how to join the Group.
The website of Alive & Well AIDS Alternatives, a non-profit
education, action and support network founded by a group of HIV
positive diagnosed people who live in wellness without AIDS drugs
and without fear of AIDS. Lots of information and regularly