It’s been a little while since I published something, and while it’s nothing of substantial length I still think it’s a useful title to put out: The Aids Delusion (there are no prizes for guessing what other book that’s alluding to..) [pre-order for 13/3/19]
Readers of Prescribing Sunshine will be familiar with the fact that I am an HIV sceptic (some erroneously label this as ‘AIDS denialism’, just as how now critics of the cholesterol hypothesis are oddly labelled as ‘statin deniers’) as I have detailed how facts around vitamin D undermine the HIV hypothesis.
My Kindle-only (at least, for now) eBook is equivalent to 50 pages – reading like a documentary programme. I didn’t write a lengthy book because there already exist brilliant tomes that I don’t see a need to compete with (referenced within), but there are people who might just want something concise and cheap to begin with which is why I wrote this primer.
The seed for the primer was a rejected submission to the Infected Blood Inquiry, which I’ve included as addendum (are you intrigued? It’s only about 99p/equivalent..). This might sound like hyperbole, but I – and others – feel like “the Grenfell blogger.” The case that I and others made was/is exceedingly sound, but as the terms of the investigation refuse to discount the infectious hypothesis, we cannot really penetrate.
Given that I spent some time on my submission, I thought instead of letting it go to waste that I’d sew it up with a concise case on HIV scepticism. You’ll get a taste of some of the ‘fruits’ of my activism and what the story has been to date and where it’s likely to go.
Don’t worry if you don’t have a Kindle device or software as you can read the book via the web – just type read.kindle.[com|uk etc.] into your browser after purchase. You can find it on all Amazon sites worldwide. And thank you for buying me that coffee!
If you’re not interested yourself, perhaps pass this info on to someone who might be. And I’m more than happy to receive comments on it – positive or negative.