AIDS denialists back on the upswing

@article{Basu2005AIDSDB,
  title={AIDS denialists back on the upswing},
  author={Paroma Basu},
  journal={Nature Medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={11},
  pages={581-581}
}
A South African advertising campaign that touts multivitamins as a superior remedy for HIV/AIDS has set off a storm of international attention, with the United Nations condemning the ads as “wrong and misleading.” The campaign, led by physician and vitamin supplier Matthias Rath, says antiretroviral drugs are poisonous and extols the benefits of multivitamins to treat AIDS. In its marketing literature, the Rath Foundation implies endorsement from several international bodies, including the… Expand
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