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http://aras.ab.ca/ar...a-Broxmeyer.pdf Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD, is a Pennsylvania internist and medical researcher. He was on staff at New York affiliate hospitals of SUNY Downstate, Cornell University, and New York University for approximately fourteen years. In conjunction with colleagues in San Francisco and at the University of Nebraska, he first pursued, as lead author and originator, a novel technique to kill AIDS mycobacteria and tuberculosis, producing outstanding results [see Journal of Infectious Diseases 186, no. 8 [October 15, 2002]: 1155-–60]. Recently he contributed a chapter regarding these findings to Sleator and Hill’s textbook Patho-biotechnology, published by Landes Bioscience. In addition, Broxmeyer has written many peer-reviewed articles, available on PubMed of the US Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, at: http://www.ncbi.nlm....erm=broxmeyer L. Broxmeyer’s research covers the most challenging medical problems of our times, including AIDS, Alzheimer’s disease, Diabetes, Parkinson’s and cardiovascular disease. Among the books that Dr. Broxmeyer has published is AIDS: What the Discoverers of HIV Never Admitted ISBN-10: 1890035297 ISBN-13: 978-1890035297 : 81 pages Publisher: New Century Press; 3rd edition (February 18, 2003). The manuscript AIDS and the “HIV” Hypothesis: Whitewash !!, is an adaptation of this AIDS book as well as peer-reviewed articles done by Dr. Broxmeyer. ______________________________ And also : http://social-episte...e-and-medicine/ Review of Henry Bauer's book, Dogmatism in Science and Medicine: How Dominant Theories Monopolize Research and Stifle the Search for Truth Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland, 2012, Pp. v, 293 "This is a most worthwhile book. Henry Bauer has taken on the important question: What role do knowledge monopolies play in modern science? In a sociological study, he draws the consequences of this hegemony. It is disturbing reading. Written in a passionate but well-researched way, Bauer shows the dangers that powerful groups in mainstream science pose to open inquiry and an open society." Ron Westrum, Eastern Michigan University