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He is a pioneer in retrovirus research and the first scientist to isolate a cancer gene. He has been a recipient of an Outstanding Investigator Grant from the National Institutes of Health.
He has had a long-running battle with the medical establishment over HIV and AIDS. In 1996, he wrote a book, Inventing the AIDS Virus, where he discusses his battle, the techniques used by his opponents in promoting their view of the cause of AIDS and their aggressive attempts to block out, in the media and elsewhere, his perspective.
President Trump's COVID-19 adviser, Tony Fauci, plays a feature role in Duesberg's book and it pays to revisit the book now given Fauci's latest notoriety and his seeming strong influence over President Trump and his COVID-19 policy.
Below are snippets from the Duesberg book. Keep in mind the book was published 24-years ago, although it seems not much had changed in Fauci's coziness with the media and his modus operandi of shady data claims and
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