Just*In Time: Deny, Deny, Deny -- A Blog Entry by Justin B. Terry-Smith (March 3, 2013)
"It's tragic how HIV denialism can misinform people around the world, especially in developing countries. It is because of these misguided souls that we have things like the International AIDS Conference, so that we can have a dialogue and learn more about HIV/AIDS."
AIDS Denialism: A Blog Entry by Gary Bell (January 9, 2012)
"Since the first widely reported cases in 1981, HIV has been mired in controversies, ranging from its origin to the possible existence of a cure. Sadly, over thirty years later, we continue to have many of the same conversations. What should NOT be in doubt any longer is that HIV disease is having a devastating impact on the African American community."
Study Cites Toll of AIDS Policy in South Africa (November 25, 2008)
A Harvard study estimates that the S. African government could have prevented the premature deaths of 365,000 people if it had provided HIV medications. The former president of South Africa Thabo Mbeki was an AIDS denialist.
In The New York Times
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