Dissident AIDS Database

Politico-socio-economicoFundingScientific biasDrug hypothesis
AIDS fight is skewed by federal campaign exaggerating risks.
 Bennett A, Sharpe A.
  Asked in 1996 about the CDC’s negligence in considering the drug-AIDS connection, Curran, now dean of the School of public Health at Emory University in Atlanta, told the Wall Street Journal, "treating drug addiction wasn’t directly part of the CDC’s mandate, stopping the spread of AIDS among needle-sharing addicts ‘fell between the cracks’". In the preceeding paragraph the article reports that, "the CDC’s biggest single prevention program, AIDS prevention ... accounted for $589 million." But that was all spent on HIV, not a nickel was left for drugs
  Wall Street Journal 1996: 1, A6, May 11996