Become enlightened and empowered with astonishing facts you won't find in the mainstream media. This podcast gives insight into the real meaning of headline AIDS news, shares remarkable personal stories from people directly affected by tests and treatments, and offers thought provoking interviews with doctors and scientists from around the globe who challenge conventional thinking on HIV, AIDS and health.

This Week's Podcast

Episode 89: ‘The Horror!’ – University of Ghana Professor Helen Lauer Calls Out the Ebola Scare As a Tool for Drug Profits and U.S. Military Invasion

If there’s an Ebola epidemic in West Africa, Professor Helen Lauer hasn’t found it from her post at the University of Ghana. She does, however, see a fake crisis orchestrated to support vaccine testing on West Africans and a pretext for a U.S. invasion of the continent, and “How Positive Are You” is the first to break the story. HPAY co-hosts Elizabeth Ely and David Crowe first discuss the contradictions in the science as reported, then call up Prof. Lauer at the scene of the crime. Continue Reading …

XTRA: Bobby Russell Fights Dismissal of His Kentucky Lawsuit, Still Contests His ‘HIV Test’ Results — and You Can, Too!

URGENT! You can make a difference. . . . Bobby Russell, recently interviewed by “How Positive Are You” co-host David Crowe on his “The Infectious Myth” show, is raising funds to appeal the September 15, 2014, dismissal on summary judgment of his medical malpractice suit against the University of Kentucky Medical Center and doctors. This system has an effective monopoly on “HIV/AIDS” testing and treatment in eastern Kentucky but no accountability to patients on how reliable those tests are. They misdiagnosed Bobby as “HIV positive” for eight years. He needs to raise $9,000 by September 29 toward a total of $25,000 by the end of the year, and has set up an online fundraising appeal here. Please give what you can. [Note, October 22, 2014: The new deadline to file a Notice of Appeal is October 29. The amount of money Bobby needs changes daily, but we hope that you will still consider giving to Bobby's legal fund. Bobby has also created a Web site to "Protest the Test," where you can learn more and become part of this historic effort to challenge careless HIV testing.] Continue Reading …

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