Scientists denounce pressure from Fauci to unpublish study linking CCP Virus to AIDS
A group of Indian scientists revealed in February 2020 that they had discovered that COVID-19 was engineered with AIDS-like inserts, but according to Great Game India, emails from Anthony Fauci that surfaced a few days ago suggest that Fauci himself pressured the Indian scientists and forced them to withdraw the ...
Fauci’s history of fake news: In 1983 he accused children of spreading AIDS
Amid the AIDS crisis of the 1980s, Anthony Fauci, the rising star of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) bureaucracy, promoted a misleading and unscientific theory that children could spread the syndrome within the family through close contact. The media quickly replicated this misinformation, triggering a national media frenzy and ...
President Trump pledges to find a cure for cancer and AIDS
President Donald Trump pledged to find a cure for cancer and AIDS during a rally in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Aug. 1. "We will achieve new breakthroughs in science and medicine," the president told the crowd. "I see what they are doing. I see it. They show me. The things we're doing in ...
Pakistan trying to grapple with its biggest HIV outbreak
UNAIDS country director tells VOA more than 700 people have been diagnosed in less than a month, and 80% of them are children under 15 years old
A cure for HIV is possible
London man is cured of HIV -- what does that mean for other HIV-infected patients?
Fear, stigma and ignorance keep AIDS epidemic going
30 years from now will we still have a World AIDS Day? Or could AIDS be a thing of the past?
Questions mount about Chinese scientist’s gene editing experiment
Growing online petition demands swift investigation, warns arrogance and ambition of experiment risks turning China into a massive test site for genetic manipulation
Chinese scientist faces firestorm over genetic editing
He Jiankui claims to have altered DNA of twin girls born to an HIV-positive father to prevent them from contracting virus that causes AIDS
New cases of HIV rise in eastern Europe, decline in the West
Some 37 million people worldwide are infected with HIV
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