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Misconceptions about HIV/AIDS - Wikipedia
Setting the focus of all AIDS efforts on HIV, a virus that strains the rules of biology,epidemiology and logic, has rendered humankind few, if any, beneficial results.
The lives of over 400,000 Americans have been given to the notionthat HIV is the only possible cause of AIDS, and that toxic drugs offer the only possible prevention,treatment, or hope for cure. Many more lives have been forever altered by a positive result on anon-standardized test for harmless antibodies that may or may not be associated with HIV.
More than $50 billion in federal AIDS funding has provided nosignificant understanding of HIV, has produced no safe and effective therapies, and has not broughtus any closer to ending AIDS. Instead, we have constructed a powerful AIDS establishment thatregulates our news, limits our access to information, and demands an ever greater allocation of ourresources and support. Rather than helping to resolve AIDS, we have funded the growth ofmulti-billion dollar industries, institutions and organizations that depend on AIDS and on ourcontinued devotion to the narrow and unproductive HIV hypothesis. (2000, p. 61)
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The key to the AIDS-drug hypothesis is that only long-term consumption causes irreversibleAIDS-defining diseases, whereas occasional or short-term drug use causes reversiblediseases or no diseases at all. And different drugs cause different infections. The long ‘latent period’ of HIV is a euphemism for the time needed toaccumulate the drug dosage sufficient to severely damage the immune system. It takes 20 years ofsmoking to acquire irreversible lung cancer or emphysema, and 20 years of drinking to acquireirreversible liver cirrhosis. If it takes about 10 years of nitrites, heroin, amphetamines, or cocaine todevelop AIDS, then AIDS is a consequence of the drug epidemic that started in America in the late1960s during the Vietnam War. The much more toxic drug AZT can cause AIDS within a year. Thevirus hypothesis fails to explain why AIDS is linked to drugs or why the risk of AIDS depends on thelifetime dosage of drugs. The fact that 85% of AIDS-causing drugs are used by males, particularly sexuallyactive homosexuals between 25 and 49 years of age, explains why about 80% of westernAIDS patients are males.