Despite these and many other inconsistencies, the HIV-AIDS hypothesis remains the sole basis for the public health policies that are aimed at controlling the spread of AIDS by advocating (1) "safe-sex" practices, (2) the use of "clean" needles to inject toxic, unsterile drugs, and (3) the long-term administration of potent metabolic poisons, like AZT, which are claimed to prolong the lives of HIV-infected persons; and for research programs directed almost exclusively at developing pharmaceuticals designed to interfere with HIV replication.

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