You're confusing "AIDS" with HIV positivity. That's why the water is so muddy. Magic Johnson is HIV positive. He does not have AIDS. I am not a conspiracy theorist... But I don't naively swallow everything that is popular, particularly if political ramifications are involved, such as with AIDS.<quoted text>
More heterosexual women got AIDs last year than homosexual men.
In the U.S. 80% of all HIV cases are acquired through heterosexual contact. Drug use and homosexual transmission accounted for 19%.
Ignore the CDC? Do you have paranoid notions about the CDC as well?
The CDC (even when wrong) have always put their faith in scientific research. I don't know why you wacko's seem to share the same paranoid delusions. What are your views on the APOLLO moon landings?
You will believe anything EXCEPT real science.
When AIDS was first announced to be a viral illness, it was announced through a press conference... Not after peer-reviewed articles. The medical community was "told" that it was a viral illness when controversy was still very active. Thereafter, the mainstream capitulated to political pressure. Peter Duesberg, a renowned virologist at Berkeley, discontinued receiving research grants because he questioned the HIV/AIDS hypothesis. Today, most physicians accept that HIV causes AIDS because that is what they've been taught. But when you actually question them about it, they acknowledge many inconsistencies with the current dogma. I know a hospitalist who told me he's quit HIV testing in teenagers with STD's because he thinks it's a waste of money.
Dr. Peter Duesberg is credited with mapping the retroviral genome. He is a real scientist. A real scientist questions conventional dogma, even if those views are not popular. You consistently accuse anyone who doesn't go with the flow as being anti-science. You have it backwards.