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FEATURE Cancer's missing link: How bugs could be the real cause

2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) /

According to the theory, it's not a bug that we catch when we have cancer; the disease is part of a process that begins when the body's own benign bacteria begin a deadly cycle of transformation, triggered by 'carcinogens' such as smoking, pollution and radiation

FEATURE Aids and hiv: the steroid connection

2003 (Vol. 13 Issue 12) /

Steroids have extreme and far-reaching effects on many systems of the body

FEATURE Aids and hiv

2003 (Vol. 13 Issue 12) /

Dr Mohammed Ali Al-Bayati is a toxicologist and pathologist whose California-based company, Toxi-Health, investigates the toxicity of chemicals and prescription drugs in the environment and the workplace, as well as the adverse effects of vaccinations

NEWS Aids: new warning about biopsy

November 1st 2002

People with AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) should beware of biopsies, according to doctors in the USA

NEWS Aids antiviral drug may raise risk of developing diabetes

March 1st 2001 /

A recent report suggests that AIDS patients taking the antiviral drug abacavir may develop diabetes

NEWS Hiv in babies "disappears"

May 1st 1995 /

The idea that HIV is a virus that leads inexorably to AIDS has again been questioned following the close study of a baby born HIV-positive in a Los Angeles hospital

FEATURE Aids defining illnesses

1994 (Vol. 5 Issue 5) /

AIDS is usually characterized by a number of "opportunistic" diseases, which can become active in a body whose immune system has been severely compromised

FEATURE What, then, is aids?

1994 (Vol. 5 Issue 5) /

If HIV isn't the cause of AIDS, what is? In Peter Duesberg's view, "25 previously known, and in part entirely unrelated diseases have been redefined as AIDS, provided they occur in the presence of HIV

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