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July 19, 2005

Call the censors!! Peter Duesberg got some press!!

From FOXNews:

The problem with this idea is not so much scientific as political. Bethell points out that the man who “rediscovered” the old work on aneuploidy is controversial University of California-Berkeley researcher and National Academy of Sciences member Peter Duesberg, who famously had his grants from the National Institutes of Health cut-off for being critical of the direction of AIDS research in the late-1980s.

Duesberg still isn’t getting any NIH money even though his aneuploidy idea has survived early challenges, according to Bethell’s article, and the older notions of cancer development are going nowhere fast.

It seems that before regulators spend another $1 trillion of the public’s money on radiation protection that may be based on faulty assumptions, someone ought to throw some research money Duesberg’s way.

If you want more info on what the HIV industry has been trying to hide, visit Duesberg's site, AliveandWell.org or VirusMyth.

Hat tip: MediaCulpa

Posted by Danny Carlton at July 19, 2005 09:25 AM

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