The Infectious Myth On “The Infectious Myth” host David Crowe will examine the questionable or outright false paradigms that infect our society.

February 24, 2015  
David sat down in London, England with five dissenters from the HIV=AIDS orthodoxy just after the screening of Joan Shenton’s new documentary, “Positive Hell”, and the launch of the second edition of her book, “Positively False”. The documentary is about a group of former heroin addicts who discovered, almost 30 years ago, that they were HIV-positive. The group is led by a doctor, a former alcoholic, who is also HIV-positive. All of them have either never taken AIDS drugs or only taken them for a short time. But despite this they have gone on with normal lives, all in good health, except one who died after 27 years, after struggling with the consequences of years of drug abuse and cigarette smoking.
Apart from Joan Shenton, the discussion involves Michael Baumgartner, who was a chaplain at the San Francisco General Hospital in the early days of AIDS, and who remembers being shocked by the number of HIV-negative gay men with the symptoms of “AIDS”, who were often treated for HIV despite a negative HIV test. Claus Köhnlein is an internal medicine specialist from Kiel, Germany, who has treated many HIV-positive people since the 1980s using AIDS drugs only sparingly, if at all. Christian Fiala is a gynecologist from Austria. Finally, Celia Farber is a journalist from New York City.
The discussion includes stories of healthy, HIV-positive people, flaws in the science of the HIV=AIDS dogma, and even the recent dogmatic attacks on people who question vaccination, even a little bit, that is so reminiscent of the war on critics of the HIV=AIDS dogma.
February 10, 2015  

Terry Wahls is another example of a miraculous recovery after rejecting standard medical advice. But, in this case it was a mainstream MD who had this experience. Terry Wahls tells David about her descent into Multiple Sclerosis (MS) over a period of years, until she got to the point where she could no longer work, and spent most of her time in a wheelchair. She had found that a so-called “paleo” diet (heavy on meats, including fat, and vegetables, with few carbohydrates) had stopped her symptoms from worsening, but was not helping her improve. She used her still functioning mind to design her diet more scientifically, and then within a few months she was walking without assistance, and within a year rode a bicycle 30 kilometers.


Terry was anxious to share her personal discovery and, in doing so, discovered that it worked for many modern diseases, that are created or exacerbated by the modern low fat, high carbohydrate diet. This eventually led to her book, “The Wahls Protocol” and also dietary research on MS and other diseases.


This is a fascinating discussion that will probably lead many listeners to read her book or recommend it to others. You can find more at, including how to read a sample or obtain a copy of her book, watch videos,  and donate to her research projects. 

February 3, 2015  

In Episode 46 David interviews Helen Caldicott, a physician who has fought against nuclear power and nuclear weapons for decades. She has led movements against nuclear testing and nuclear power, has written books, and has spoken all over the world. In this episode David and Helen talk mainly about nuclear power, and particularly about the problem of nuclear waste, about so-called environmentalists who see nuclear power as a solution to global warming, and about solutions to the energy crisis through alternatives. Helen discusses a report that she commissioned indicating that a full transition to alternative energy is feasible.


Helen is participating in a Symposium, “The Dynamics of Possible Nuclear Extinction” from February 28-March 1, 2015 at The New York Academy of Medicine. You can get more information about how to purchase tickets at  Her other website is


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