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Still Crazy After All These Years: The Challenge of AIDS Denialism for Science

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Nattrass, N. Still Crazy After All These Years: The Challenge of AIDS Denialism for Science. AIDS Behav 14, 248–251 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10461-009-9641-z

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Keywords

  • Demographic Model
  • Western Cape Province
  • Boundary Work
  • British Broadcasting Corporation
  • Medical Hypothesis