The AIDS Scandal That Never Quits

Bethell, Tom
October 2003
American Spectator;Oct2003, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p36
Discusses the controversy over the increased misdiagnosis of HIV/AIDS positive patients in Africa. Method used in diagnosing AIDS; Definition of AIDS; Problem with results taken from HIV tests; Conditions that produce false HIV/AIDS positives; Side effect of protease-type drugs used to treat AIDS.


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