retrovirologist

retrovirologist

(re'trō-vī-rol'ŏ-jist),
A specialist in retroviruses.
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For those who missed it, a prominent retrovirologist, Judy Mikovits, published a very informative article on XMRV in the October 2009 issue of Science.
Assigning credit for the discovery of HIV was controversial, but it is agreed that Robert Gallo, a 'retrovirologist' at the National Cancer Institute, Maryland, Luc Montagnier and their research groups contributed significantly.
Alerted to the numerous shortcomings of the official retroviral hypothesis by eminent retrovirologist Peter Duesberg, (4,5) a group of AIDS "Rethinkers," founded by molecular biologist Charles Thomas in 1991, called for the "Scientific Reappraisal of the HIV/AIDS Hypothesis" in 1996.
Dr Andrea Savarino, a retrovirologist at the Italian National Institute of Health certainly hopes so.
That same Greek myth, for whom Camus is the modern bard, is alluded to two other times by Shilts - flippantly, in reference to AIDS victim Gary Walsh's "Sisyphean task" (411) of renovating his Castro District apartment and, more portentously, in reference to the "Sisyphean struggle" (482) against AIDS directed by Donald Francis, a leading retrovirologist at the Centers for Disease Control.
Although Duesberg was once considered one of the world's most foremost retrovirologists, he is now universally reviled by the AIDS establishment as the insider who turned on them.
Both Duesberg and Ellison of UC-Berkeley - world-class retrovirologists in their own right - have pointed out in their indictment of the medical research community that HIV is a "passenger" virus.
Both studies caused a controversy among retrovirologists, most of whom regard HIV as the sole agent responsible for AIDS (SN: 6/30/90, p.404).