HIV/AIDS Skepticism

Pointing to evidence that HIV is not the necessary and sufficient cause of AIDS

Lauritsen book available on-line

Posted by Henry Bauer on 2011/05/03

John Lauritsen was a pioneer in Rethinking, for example warning in the very earliest days of the AIDS era about the toxicity of AZT and the damage caused by poppers and the psychological harm done to gay men. His books and other writings remain important reading — so much else has not yet caught up with his insights. He has just made available one of his out-of-print books:

I’ve made *Poison By Prescription: The AZT Story* (1990)
into a pdf book and put it in the “AIDS” section of my website.
Actually, most of the *Poison* articles were already included in
the AIDS Wiki and VirusMyth websites — but now the whole book is
there in facsimile, including front and back covers. There’s also
an Italian translation of the talk I gave in Vienna last summer,
done by Vicenzo Fraddosio. These two items are near the end of
the list on:

John Lauritsen

2 Responses to “Lauritsen book available on-line”

  1. BornSkeptic said

    Henry, did you see this article? It is just amazing how they can put out words that contradict the very foundation of their thesis. For example:

    -It is impossible for HIV drugs to cause general harm to the body as they are completely specific to reverse transcriptase, which is ONLY used by HIV to replicate. RT is FOUND no where else in the body and is not used by any other cell.

    TODAY, they say that the very same drugs that are so specific to HIV, can now be used to kill parasites, which are multicellular organisms. SO if these drugs can kill parasites, can they also not kill cells within those patients who take them. And if so, is it not reasonable that these “Life giving” drugs are in fact taking life away? Just unbelievable!

    • Henry Bauer said

      Where did you get the quote about specific to reverse transcriptase? I can’t recall having seen that claim. Also, it’s been known since the early 1990s that reverse transcriptases occur in all cells.

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