Celia Farber is a journalist who covered the HIV wars extensively since 1987, in various magazines. Some of these writings are collected in her book: "Serious Adverse Events: An Uncensored History of AIDS" published by Melville House Press, (now Random House) in 2006.
Activist Michael Callen called Farber "..the best AIDS journalist in the world." She also has enemies, of course. Her 2006 article for Harper's magazine detailing the totalitarian corruption of HIV/AIDS research was titled "Out of Control: AIDS And The Corruption of Medical Science." The attacks from the AIDS industry were predictable and fierce. Still, she won the 2008 Semmelweis Clean Hands Award for Outstanding Investigative Journalism.
Prof. Henry Bauer is professor emeritus of chemistry and science studies and a former dean at Virginia Polytechnic Institute. After his retirement he served as the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Scientific Exploration for seven years. He is author of the book The Origin, Persistence and Failings of HIV/AIDS Theory , which was among the first books to gather together two decades of research on HIV and AIDS and to identify the scientific contradictions.
David Crowe is the President of the Reappraising AIDS Society and a member of the Canadian Association of Journalists. He hosts the www.ReThinkingAIDS.com website, which is science and news resource on all international research and commentary challenging the current HIV/AIDS model. David is also the former president and treasurer for the Green Party in Alberta Canada.
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