Archive for 'Gallo's Egg'
Dear Dr. Gallo:
I was thrilled to learn today that Luc Montagnier won the Nobel Prize for his important discovery of HIV (formerly called HTLV-3) several years back from that patient who had lymphadenopathy. It’s hard to imagine how Montagnier isolated it within one patient and not among others. He is either the luckiest scientist on [...]
Since writing Gallo’s Egg, I’ve unexpectedly discovered how vitriolic the arguments related to HIV/AIDS has been.
Other than the allegations made by pharmaceutical operatives (AIDS truthers, HIV doctors, HIV+ and gay magazine publishers, and researchers) who rely on pharmaceutical and government funding, I have not received one letter, email, or phone call from anyone who blamed [...]