The Continuing Controversy Over The Causal Link Between HIV And AIDS | 24813
Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research
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It is almost universally accepted by scientist and health practitioners that the HIV virus causes AIDS. However, from the
inception of the AIDS crisis there have been so-called AIDS dissidents or dissenters, who simply do not accept this link.
Although some of these dissenters are leading bona fide scientists, their views are generally marginalized and are not published
in the major scientific-medical journals. The aim of this review is to present the AIDS dissenters viewpoint in a neutral and
uncritical manner and to provide an easily acceptable account of the claims of the AIDS dissenters, which the reader can
compare with the generally accepted AIDS model and come to their own conclusion as to whether or not the AIDS dissenters
have a reasonable case.
Sulaiman Ali Alharbi has completed his PhD at the age of 38 years from Sheffield University, England and has been trained in molecular techniques from
Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Sheffield University. Presently he is working as a professor in Medical Bacteriology, Department of Botany
and Microbiology and also he is a Vice Dean for Development and Quality, Deanship of Scientific Research, King Saud University, Riyadh. He and has 15 years?
experience in both teaching and research activity. He has participated in several International, National conference, symposia, workshops and presented his
research papers in several countries and recently he presented his novel research in Brazil. He has published more than 42 papers in reputed national, international
and ISI journals and serving as an editorial board member of reputed journal and also has lifetime membership of microbiology associations in worldwide.
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