Lawrence Broxmeyer, M.D.

Med-America Research

Abstracts
Heart disease: The greatest 'risk' factor of them all.
SARS: just another viral acronym?
Killing of Mycobacterium avium and Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Parkinson's: another look

AIDS BOOK REVIEW JOURNAL


University of Illinois at Chicago
H. Robert Malinowsky
Editor
ISSN 1068-4174
Number 71-April/May/June/July, 2003

1194. AIDS: What the Discoverers of HIV Never Admitted, 3rd edition by Lawrence Broxmeyer. 2003. New Century Press, 1055 bay Boulevard, Ste. 3, Chula Vista, CA 91911. 81p., bibliog., index. ISBN 1-890035-29-7. $11.95.


(Descriptors: Theories; Research)


An interesting book that presents the hypothesis that AIDS may be caused by a strain of tuberculosis which would mean that tuberculosis and atypical tuberculosis is not an opportunistic disease but actually a trigger for becoming HIV positive that results in AIDS. Interesting reading. It has extensive references. For those doing research, this would be a curious little book to read.

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