The Perth Group
The HIV-AIDS debate


 What the Perth Group has argued

 Papadopulos redox theory of cellular function papers

 Papers and letters published in scientific journals

 Monograph on mother-to-child transmission

 Papers published in Continuum magazine

 Papers published in the popular press

 Papers/letters rejected by the scientific press



 Selected email correspondence

 A virus like no other

 Oxidation, Montagnier and the Perth Group

 Montagnier Nobel Prize 2008

 The Parenzee Case

 The House of Numbers

 Latest files


 Africa/South Africa

 Questions and answers

 Response to the NIH "Evidence" that HIV causes AIDS

 Translations of the Perth Group papers

 BMJ Online Debate



 About the Perth Group

 Perth Group at Virusmyth

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The HIV/AIDS Debate

Nothing is more difficult to overcome than the problems we thought were already overcome.

Alexis de Tocqueville

Due to irreconcilable scientific and ethical differences we disassociate ourselves from the Rethinking AIDS Group

What is needed to prove or disprove the HIV theory of AIDS?

There are three ways to resolve this debate:

The first is to garner enough public opinion to mandate a public debate between a small number of protagonists and dissidents. This debate should be international, public and adjudicated by a number of disinterested scientists of Nobel Laureate class who must present the international community with a resolution as to the way forward.

The second is for HIV seropositive individuals to have the evidence for their diagnoses of "HIV" infection examined in courts of law.

The third is to perform isolation experiments to prove whether or not a retrovirus "HIV" exists in individuals with a positive antibody test or AIDS. An outline of these experiments can be found in the Presidential AIDS Advisory Panel report. Read HERE.


A Virus like no other

Judging the evidence for the existence of HIV

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Is Robert Gallo renoucing
the existence of HIV?

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Click HERE to read the November 2011 statement of the Perth Group's views on "HIV"/AIDS