Whitewashing AIDS History, Dr. Fauci, and Bactrim, Ryan Field Books

Whitewashing AIDS History, Dr. Fauci, and Bactrim

I clearly know that you can’t fix stupid. But I’m posting about this once again just in case a little of it sinks in with some people. I also see idiots screaming, “it’s science,” all day long when they know nothing about science OR history. And if you didn’t know this, you might find it more than interesting. 

There are many, indeed, who did NOT think Dr. Fauci did wonderful things back then. 

Had Fauci listened to people with AIDS and the clinicians treating them, and responded accordingly, he would have saved thousands of lives. In the two years between 1987, when Callen met with Fauci and 1989, when the guidelines were ultimately issued, nearly 17,000 people with AIDS suffocated from PCP. Most of these people might have lived had Fauci responded appropriately.

Here’s more. But most of all, this makes me wonder if history is once again repeating itself with Dr. Fauci. And, why are we still listening to him when there are still so many other excellent doctors out there? 



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