David Crowe
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[Feb 2007] The Gallo Philes: HIV on Trial

[Visual] Leading AIDS Dissident: David Crowe Speaks Out

[2004] The ABCs of Hepatitis by author David Crowe  Although it is generally assumed that hepatitis A, B, and C are viral infections, they do not always behave that way. A 1997 paper in the European Journal of Clinical Chemistry noted a number of inconsistencies in the viral theory of hepatitis C: the detection of viral DNA in people who were hepatitis-C-negative and the lack of evidence to show that hepatitis-C RNA is associated with virus particles.  Both a 1978 and a 1987 study showed a significant percentage of people without risk factors developed hepatitis, according to lab measurements. The same studies showed some people who became hepatitis-B-positive after a hepatitis-B-negative blood transfusion. A 1999 paper in the showed that both hepatitis B and C were more commonly found in needle-exchange-program users compared to non-needle users and those likely to use dirty needles on the street, calling into question either the accuracy of tests or the route of infection.

Crowe D. The infectious myth. In preparation.
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Rapid Responses to 'Are US flu death figures more PR than science?'

"Most people believe that every disease on the following list has an infectious cause: HIV/AIDS, SARS, West Nile, Mad Cow, CJD and other Spongiform Encephalopathies, Foot and Mouth, Hepatitis C, Polio, Avian Flu, & the 1918 ‘Spanish’ Flu. There is considerable scientific evidence that these disease do not just have non-infectious co-factors, but that they are almost entirely non-infectious."---David Crowe

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Leading AIDS Dissident: David Crowe Speaks Out (Part 1 of 3)

 
Leading AIDS Dissident: David Crowe Speaks Out (Part 2 of 3)

 


Leading AIDS Dissident: David Crowe Speaks Out (Part 3 of 3)