Fun Facts To Know and Tell (PDF)
Two pages of brief factual statements that provide insight into the prevailing fallacies about the global HIV/AIDS epidemic – all derived from the medical and scientific literature.
A bibliographic listing of the medical and scientific articles reviewed by author Chris Jennings as research for HIV/AIDS – The Facts and The Fiction and the adjuvant HIV/AIDS in South Africa – The Facts and The Fiction. The bibliography is listed in alphabetical order by the author last name.
The Writing is on the Wall for UNAIDS (PDF)
An editorial written by Roger England of Health Systems Workshop published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) legitimately questioning the value of UNAIDS (the joint United Nations programme on HIV and AIDS): “Why a UN agency for HIV and not for pneumonia or diabetes, which both kill more people?”
Backgrounder & Implications (PDF)
A brief document summarizing the contents of HIV/AIDS – The Facts and The Fiction and the adjuvant HIV/AIDS in South Africa – The Facts and The Fiction and listing several implications of this information.
Other Voices (PDF)
A collection of articles by other people who question the validity of the conceptual paradigm of the global HIV/AIDS epidemic and/or the value of current interventions versus HIV/AIDS.
Book Review in Think Africa Press (PDF)
The extensive and comprehensive book review of HIV/AIDS – The Facts and The Fiction and the adjuvant HIV/AIDS in South Africa – The Facts and The Fiction written by Anna Rabin, an East Africa Analyst, for Think Africa Press.
Spiked Review of Books (PDF)
An incisive review of HIV/AIDS – The Facts and the Fiction in the famed British publication SP!KED by Stuart Derbyshire. “Feckless, hypersexed Africans killing themselves with an STD was an idea just too compelling to be diverted by facts.”