Monday, 19 October 2009

Spectator debate: A world without Aids?

Don't miss this interesting debate in London!  What is the truth about HIV and AIDS??   

Exclusive screening of the controversial new award-winning documentary House of Numbers followed by a panel discussion from leading authorities in their field:

Professor Beverly Griffin, Imperial College London
Dr Joe Sonnabend, founding editor of Aids Research
Rt. Hon. Lord Norman Fowler, Former UK Secretary of State for Health
Professor Charles Geshekter, The California State University
Brent Leung, Director/Producer of House of Numbers

A generation had its attitudes towards sex coloured by the theory that HIV, a lethal new virus, was sweeping the world. Now an award-winning documentary House of Numbers argues that a world without HIV/Aids may be closer than we think.

The Spectator invites you to an exclusive screening of this controversial documentary on Wednesday 28 October, followed by a panel discussion during which the film-makers will face leading medical authorities.

The documentary, which has won awards at various film festivals in America, challenges many established perceptions of the Aids epidemic and is sure to generate much debate. Both the showing of House of Numbers and the panel discussion, in which the audience will be invited to participate, will take place at Savoy Place, London, WC2R 0BL between 6.30pm and 9pm.


The Wisdom of Symptoms - Intelligence of the Body

Today brought another excellent article by Dana Ullman, explaining how both the body and homeopathic medicine work. See - The Wisdom of Symptoms: Respect the Intelligence of the Body to Heal.

Thursday, 1 October 2009

Fever Phobia - Homeopathy Best for Dealing with Fevers

A MUST READ by Dana Ullman on why fevers are good for us and how to deal with them: