1. Richard
    March 12, 2012 @ 9:02 pm

    Peter Duesberg is a hero to me for not caving in to immense political and financial pressure for his correct views on HIV vs AIDS and still doing outstanding work on cancer. His aneuploidy theory of cancer makes so much sense and explains many oddities.

    I only wish he would look at Zheng Cui's cancer resistant lab mice and Nobuto Yamamoto's macrophage activating factor for generic cures. Then we could have a shot on bringing cancer cures without patented drugs into wide use just because they work.

    Could he figure out how nagalase prevents formation of GcMAF from vitamin D binding protein? Or how activated macrophages detect cancer cells? Or what the differences are between mice or people whose white blood cells kill cancer cells and the others? Any of these answers might lead quickly to a robust cure even if the FDA made us become medical tourists to use it.

  2. J H Hayes
    August 24, 2016 @ 8:43 pm

    I recognized the validity of Peter Duesberg’s research 20(+) years ago when I was an AIDS activist in Texas, and I presented his findings to every audience I could reach. I appreciate him both NOW and THEN! The man is a hero!