There’s a lot of truth to the saying, “Never wrestle with a pig — you get dirty and the pig likes it.” So when Jeffrey “JT” DeShong (JTD) called Nancy Banks a bigot, he deserved no attention. After all, why would anyone care what an unaccomplished sociopath blogs from his aging mother’s White Settlement rental?
Posted: October 26th, 2010 under Africa, Celia Farber, HIV/AIDS, Health Care, corruption, gay, policy.
Tags: ADR, adverse drug reactions, AIDS, anal sex, Baylor, Celia Farber, Christine Maggiore, circuit party, cocaine, Dissidents for Dummies, HIV, Jeffrey “JT” DeShong, John P. Moore, Phd, Meth, Nancy Banks MD, Peter Duesberg, Seth Kalichman, Thabo Mbeki, Weill Medical School, White Settlement
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In 2008, a Texas court [...]
Posted: September 30th, 2010 under HIV/AIDS, Health Care, corruption.
Tags: 8-hydroxy efavirenz, addiction, AIDS, ARV, Atripla, benzodiazepine, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Daniel Kuritzkes MD, efavirenz, HAART, HIV, HIV Innocence Project, immune, P450 enzymes, Sustiva, withdrawal
After initial refusals, the soft-spoken film student convinced one of the lab rats to agree to an interview, which resulted in a procession of lab rats who couldn’t resist the opportunity of having their egos stroked on the big screen with other scientific frauds. Unfortunately for them, no one memorized their alibis and the interviews of the planet’s most incandescent AIDS scientists and researchers quickly devolved into a food fight of he-said-she-said conflicts that culminated in Jay Levy’s impassioned five minute argument with himself. If not for the part they continue to play in the preventable deaths of thousands of people like Joyce Hafford, the ensuing hijinks would have been comical.
Posted: November 16th, 2009 under Africa, HIV/AIDS, corruption, errors & complications, gay.
Tags: AIDS, Cornell University, corruption, HIV, House of Numbers, John P. Moore, marxism, pharmaceutical, Saul Alinsky
When I reported the Nobel Committee’s snubbing of Robert Gallo’s contribution to AIDS this month, I didn’t expect the story to go further than a few conservative blogs. But after reporting what appears to be the greatest scientific fraud in history, more mainstream media sources are finally picking up the story – or at [...]
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 [...]