Book review.


Mohammed Ali Al-Bayati, 'Get All The Facts: HIV does not cause AIDS' Toxi-Health International, Dixon CA 1999, 183 pages ISBN 0-9673536-0-2.


  • Contents
  • Tables
  • Foreword by Professor Otto G. Raabe
  • Preface
  • Chapter 1: Introduction
  • Chapter 2: Epidemiology of AIDS in risk groups
    • 2.1 Brief history and definition of AIDS
    • 2.2 Medical evidence shows that HIV dose not cause AIDS
    • 2.3 Epidemiology of AIDS in drug users and homosexual men
    • 2.4 Epidemiology of AIDS in hemophiliacs
    • 2.5 Epidemiology of AIDS in patients receiving blood transfusion and/or tissues
    • 2.6 Epidemiology of AIDS in Africa
    • 2.7 The importance of differential diagnosis
  • Chapter 3:The causes and the pathogenesis of AIDS in drug users and homosexuals
    • 3.1 Drug and alcohol abuse and glucocorticoids use can cause AIDs
    • 3.2 Gastrointestinal disease, drug abuse, and glucocorticoids use in homosexuals can cause AIDS
    • 3.3 Additional examples demonstrating that the HIV-hypothesis is not based on sound science
  • Chapter 4: Changes in lymphoid organs and adrenal glands of patients with AIDS and in risk groups are not caused by HIV
  • Chapter 5: Opportunistic diseases in AIDS patients are caused by the use of drugs, immunosuppressive agents, malnutrition, and endogenous release of cortisol -- not by HIV
    • 5.1 Candidiasis
    • 5.2 Pneumocystis carnii pneumonia (PCP)
    • 5.3 Tuberculosis (TB)
    • 5.4 Recurrent pneumonia
    • 5.5 Viral infections
    • 5.6 Bacillary angiomatosis
    • 5.7 Listeriosis
    • 5.8 Toxoplasmosis of brain
    • 5.9 Histoplasmosis
    • 5.10 Cryptococcosis
    • 5.11 Cryptosporiasis
    • 5.12 Isosporiasis
  • Chapter 6: HIV does not cause cervical cancer or reproductive diseases in women
    • 6.1 Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
    • 6.2 Cervical dysplasia and cancer
  • Chapter 7: Kaposi's sarcoma (KS) and lymphoma are caused by drug and glucocorticosteroids use, and malnutrition in patients with AIDS and not by HIV
  • Chapter 8: Rates of regeneration in lymphoid organs prove that the slow virus hypothesis is wrong
  • Chapter 9: Failure of antiviral drugs to cure AIDS and failure of the HIV-hypothesis
  • Chapter 10: AIDS in infants and children in USA and Europe is caused by drugs and not by HIV
  • Chapter 11: AIDS in hemophilia patients is caused by the use of immunosuppressive agents and not by HIV
  • Chapter 12: AIDS in organ transplant and/or blood transfusion patients is caused by the immunosuppressive therapy and not by HIV
  • Chapter 13: AIDS in Africa is caused by severe malnutrition
  • Chapter 14: The possible causes of AIDS and recommendations for treatment for patients with AIDS
  • Chapter 15: Discussion and future actions
  • Acknowledgements
  • References