Newspaper revives anti-HIV claims

April 1994
Nature;4/14/1994, Vol. 368 Issue 6472, p577
Academic Journal
Reports on the revival of anti-HIV claims by the newspaper `Sunday Times' in London, England. Opposers to the HIV hypothesis; Possibility of HIV not being the cause of AIDS.


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