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The presentation explains many of the problems with HIV testing.
Dr. Valendar Turner is a senior consultant emergency physician at the Royal Perth Hospital in Western Australia. He belongs to a group of scientists called the Perth Group led by Eleni Papadopulos-Eleopulos, and has co-authored many papers questioning the HIV theory of AIDS.
Both Dr. Turner and Eleni Papadopulos-Eleopulos are invited members of the South African Presidential AIDS Advisory Panel.
Their papers address virtually all aspects of the HIV theory of AIDS. Much of what they have published concerns the HIV antibody tests. They have argued there is no proof that these tests are indicative of a retroviral infection. They have also pointed out that this is not the first time in the history of retrovirology that antibodies have mistakenly led to the identifying of a retrovirus which has later been proven to be an error.
Their websites contain most of the published work and there is an account of the antibody test problems at both sites under the title "Nevirapine Presentation" which was prepared for the South African Government.