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Beginning with David Rasnick's February 2003 response to a paper entitled The Politics of AIDS in South Africa, and continuing until April 2005, The British Medical Journal generously hosted an internet debate concerning the nature and causes of AIDS. Unfortunately, all responses were appended to a single internet page, which eventually grew to encompass over 7,000,000 characters, a page size which proved unmanageable for some internet readers. For educational purposes, the responses are here presented in pages of more manageable size.
BMJ The British
Medical Journal
Browse all debate responses listed by:   Date, in ascending order
  Date, in descending order
  Title of response, in alphabetical order
  Author of response, in alphabetical order
  All respones, full text, in ascending order