Celia Farber

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Celia Ingrid Farber is an American print journalist and author, best known for her part in the campaign which denies that AIDS is an infectious disease, promoting the work of Peter Duesberg. She is the daughter of conservative radio talk pioneer Barry Farber.

In 2006 she published an article in Harper's magazine titled "Out of Control: AIDS And The Corruption of Medical Science". In response to Farber's article, the Treatment Action Campaign, a South African group campaigning for greater access to HIV treatment, posted a 37-page rebuttal written by eight prominent AIDS researchers. The rebuttal described over 50 errors in Farber's article, ranging from misleading or false statements to implications of sinister motives without evidence.

Farber also worked as a ghost writer on the books How I Helped OJ Get Away With Murder by Mike Gilbert, and The Murder Business: How The Media Turns Crime Into Entertainment and Subverts Justice by Mark Fuhrman.wiki


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