Skip to content

AIDS quackery



According to an article by Prof John Moore in today’s Herald Tribune, some American advocates of vitamin supplements have been encouraging South African politicians who don’t believe that AIDS is caused by HIV. Moore calls this AIDS denialism.

The South African health minister (something of an oxymoron in the circumstances) apparently describes anti-retrovirals as poisons and advises the use of lemons, garlic and olive oil instead.

Insane pronouncements of this kind emanating from the USA seem on a par with claims for intelligent design, also primarily an American export.

Trackbacks

No Trackbacks

Comments

Display comments as Linear | Threaded

No comments

Add Comment

Enclosing asterisks marks text as bold (*word*), underscore are made via _word_.
E-Mail addresses will not be displayed and will only be used for E-Mail notifications.
How many legs do snakes have?
Form options