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Aids PropagandA Response Team (APART)

Mar 23, 2007

This is a recorded interview on the Talk Rado Network with Robert Scott Bell, featuring Dr. Peter Duesberg, Professor of Molecular Biology at the University of California, Berkeley, broadcast on March 18, 2007. Duesberg discusses the history of virus research as the cause of cancer and then AIDS, questions HPV as the cause of cervical cancer and the similarities to HIV, explains that having the antibodies to a virus should mean immunity to whatever disease that virus could cause, and talks about the media and scientific blackout he endured after challenging the accepted theory that HIV causes AIDS. For more information, please go to and