Re: 1.1 An appeal for patient rights and health to take precedence over HIV tunnel vision ( combos and or nothing strategy ) Plus a new petition. 16 December 2003
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James J Whitehead,
Long Term Surviver, Member AltHeal,Clinnical trials volunteer.
40A Josephine Avenue, London SW2 2LA

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Re: Re: 1.1 An appeal for patient rights and health to take precedence over HIV tunnel vision ( combos and or nothing strategy ) Plus a new petition.

Dear Editor,

Please accept my opologies, I submitted the above in Htlm, but sadly I must have posted it wrong. A more reader friendly version can be found by going to :

http://www.aimoo.com/forum/pos tview.cfm?id=477113&Cate goryID=184164&startcat=1&ThreadID=1187420

Or go to post headed in news section on HIV/AIDS Alternative Views ,

On BMJ.com Appeal Petition Clinnical Trials

click here for htlm file at bottom with spaces and highlights.

http://forums.about.com/INNOCUOUS/messages/?msg=663.1

Thank you for your time. Very Best Wishes.

Yours Sincerly

James J Whitehead Long Term survivor , Member AltHeal And I support AltHealís suggestion of further clinical trials in this country and around the world there for I have volunteered my services. I hope that many others will follow.

(PS. Yesterday I met with ,shook hands with spoke to and listened to Prof: Luc Montaignier at an HIV/AIDS Conference in the European Parliament, I could work with him as a doctor even though we dont see eye to eye on everything we do agree on an awfull lot and he seems respectfull of peoples choices and opinions, Thank you Prof: Montaignier your presentation was very interesting especially your work on oxidative stress and related issues. Here the so-called "Dissident/denialist" met and found and shared some common ground with the "establishment" a civil informative debate took place, I learnt a few things from both sides ( lifes a learning curve especially when you are hiv positive and or diagnosed with aids. Many thanks to the Green Party for organising the most interesting Conference I have attended and that applies to both so- called sides although actually I think we are actualy on the same sides with some difference of opinion and interpretation. And thanks to the editors at the BMJ for allowing free, open, public debate. Censorship works and science progresses through debate and questioning, it can be done civily and respectfully).

Competing interests: Long Term Survivor, member AltHeal + Clinnical trials volunteer