Note: I’d like to welcome those of you visiting this site from the forums at aidsmed.com. This may be the first time that a mainstream AIDS site has referred to this blog as a “clear-eyed ‘alternative hypothesis’ site,” and I’m flattered. Given that, I hope you will look around a bit. A good place to […more]
I’m just putting my 2 cents worth out here to help let the world (especially the media) know that there is more than one international AIDS conference taking place in Vienna this weekend. AIDS – Knowledge and Dogma, Conditions for the Emergence and Decline of Scientific Theories features speakers from around the world to address […more]
Did I ever tell you that I used to be a “database specialist” in the marketing department of an HMO? Well, I did, and it was a very enlightening opportunity to observe the behind-the-scenes maneuvering of corporate America and our so-called “health care” system. My job was to parse data. By parse, I mean to […more]
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGSlSG3pA5o] Two “HIV-positive” viewers with completely different opinions and experiences recommend this film. Now showing at film festivals in the U.S. and Europe. Check their website for current schedule, or sign up there for email alerts to find out when it will screen in your area.
The HIV/AIDS story is being rewritten I’ve been anxiously waiting to see House of Numbers, the most talked about documentary dealing with AIDS this year. Now the film has been booked to show at the Kansas International Film Festival next month. To get an idea of the significance of the confusing and contradictory comments […more]
House of Numbers, a new documentary film, will premier April 19th at the Nashville Film Festival. According to the plot summary at imdb.com: In ‘House of Numbers,’ an AIDS film like no other, the HIV/AIDS story is being rewritten. This is the first film to present the uncensored POVs of virtually all the major players; […more]