Red blood cells inside the lumen of a blood vessel
Medical officer Dr. (MD) Heinrich Kremer
Prof. Dr. (MD) Peter Duesberg
Peter H. Duesberg Ph.D. is a Professor of Molecular and Cell Biology at the University of California, Berkeley.
On the basis of his experience with retroviruses, Duesberg has challenged the virus-AIDS hypothesis in the pages of various journals.
He has instead proposed the hypothesis that the various AIDS diseases are bought on by the long-term consumption of recreational drugs and AZT, which is prescribed to prevent or treat AIDS.
Part 1 (1991)
Part 2 (1991)
Peter H. Duesberg Ph.D.
Born: December 2nd 1936
University of Wurzburg, Germany
1956-1958: Vordiplom (Chemistry)
University of Basel, Switzerland
University of Munich, Germany
1959-1961: Diplom (Chemistry)
University of Frankfurt, Germany
1961-1963: Ph.D. (Chemistry)
Research & Professional Experience:
Max Planck Institute for Virus Research, Tubingen Germany
1963: postdoctoral Fellow
Department of Molecular Biology and Virus Laboratory; since 1959 Dept. of Molecular & Cell Biology University of California, Berkeley CA
1964: Assistant research Virologist and Postdoctoral Fellow
1968: Assistant Professor in Residence and Research Biochemist
1970: Assistant Professor
1971: Associate Professor