Mary Guinan was one of the prominent early "AIDS" investigators at the Centers for Disease Control. This show explores the mistakes she made in the original epidemiology of "AIDS" that led to the mistaken separation of the "AIDS" and "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome" epidemics. This program also presents a discussion of a CDC employee named Gus Sermos who tried to blow the whistle on the shocking dishonesty of CDC AIDS researcher James Curran. Sermos was punished for trying to tell the world what was really going on at the CDC. Curran is now a celebrated Dean at Emory University.
Charles Ortleb's definitive history of AIDS and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, The Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Epidemic Cover-up, can be purchased at Amazon. This book was formerly titled "Truth to Power."
The closing song "Hello New York, I'm back" can be heard on Spotify.
This program was orginally broacast on Progressive Radio network on Sept. 1, 2017.