some officials challenging casual contact / kissing / quick inactivation suggestions
Jul 10, 2009
Doc, I'll let you decide for yourself, just check out these two links. Is this true? Are we being misled for political expediency?
If this is true its terrible...
Response from Dr. Frascino
Are you being mislead for political expediency? No. In fact if you believe the outdated and scientifically unsound statements on that site, you'd be being misled by a woefully misinformed and outdated crackpot. Please note the site is a religious-based Web site. The large cross in the logo on the homepage and all the churchy topics addressed are dead giveaways about the religious bias of this site. Unfortunately religion is based solely on faith and belief, not science and reality. The HIV information referenced on that site is either outdated, inaccurate or misinterpreted. The actual facts do not support the site's conclusions. Certainly everyone has a right to "believe" and say anything he chooses, however, that doesn't change science, fact, or the realities of HIV /AIDS. Remember this pandemic has been closely scrutinized by scientists worldwide for well over a quarter of a century!
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