What If Everything You Thought You Knew about AIDS was Wrong?
A simple and authoritative challenge to the conventional wisdom about AIDS, this book probes widely held assumptions about the risks, tests, and treatments associated with this controversial disease. Questioned are ideas that everyone is at risk, that AIDS is widespread, that HIV is proven to cause AIDS, and that drug treatments or vaccines offer the only hope to resolve health problems associated with AIDS. A recommended reading list and Web site directory supply tools for further study, and first-person accounts from naturally healthy HIV-positive men, women, and children give the facts a human face.
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Is AIDS a New Disease?
Are We All at Risk for AIDS?
A Drug in Search of a Disease
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