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Peter H. Duesberg Ph.D.
One of the most important whistle blowers is Dr. Peter Duesberg, professor of Molecular and Cell Biology at the University of California, Berkeley.

Here you find a biographic sketch.

Duesberg fought together with Dr. Robert Gallo in the war on cancer. An introduction for Duesberg, by Gallo, can be found here.

Duesberg started questioning HIV in 1987. He claims there is no virological, nor epidemiological, evidence to back-up the HIV-AIDS hypothesis. Instead, the virus is biochemically inactive and harmless, and AIDS is not behaving as a contagious disease, he says.

Here you find an interview by Charles Bremner. Here another long one from Spin by Bob Guccione, Jr.

Over the years Duesberg has published a series of papers in which he reviews the HIV-AIDS dogma. He also came up with an alternative toxicological explanation for the epidemic.

Here one can find a bibliography and several of his papers.

Together with Bryan Ellison he wrote a review for Policy Review. The article can be found here. The reactions on the article, and a reply by the authors here.

The first two parts of his AIDS-trilogy where published in the U.S. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. These papers can be found here and here. Part three can be found here. An addition to these three papers, published in Bio/Technology can be found here.

The transcript of a lecture by Duesberg for the California Alumni can be found here.

One of the first official responses to his dissent can be found here. Another one here. To silence Duesberg U.S. government officials even tried to bribe him. Read here more about it.

Duesberg (co-)authored three books. 'Infectious AIDS: Have We Been Misled?' which is a collections of his main papers. He is the editor of 'AIDS; Virus or Drug Induced?', a compilation of dissident articles. And his latest story, the book 'Inventing the AIDS Virus'.

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