David Rasnick is a PhD biochemist and a long time critic of the HIV=AIDS dogma. He is a member of the board of Rethinking AIDS and was responsible for initiating its revitalization in 2005/6. He graduated from Georgia Tech with his PhD in 1978 based on research into proteases and his career was based on working with these enzymes. This gives him a unique insight into the drugs known as protease inhibitors introduced in the mid-1990s and a part of most HAART (Highly Active Antiretrovial Therapy) ‘cocktails’.
Dr. Rasnick talks with Terry Michael and David Crowe for about an hour in an interview that ranges from science to politics to history to sociology and back again. For more information see David Rasnick’s personal website.