Two Answers to HIV-AIDS skeptics

One notorious genetics professor from Berkeley, Peter Duesberg, frequently travels the campus circuit and preaches his message to college kids (the most sexually active segment of society, by the way): AIDS is not an infectious disease. He also wrote a couple of books and articles about this theory.

The internet, always eager to embrace fringe elements and lunatics of all types, has galvanized a group of vocal Duesberg followers. They can be seen in action on newsgroups such as misc.health.aids , various mailing lists, and web sites such as AIDS Authority. Here are two answers to these skeptics:

Here is how to contact the skeptics: And here are some other rebuttals of the skeptics' position:
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