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FAIR CEO Blasts Kaiser Foundation & Public Agenda HIV/AIDS Study Results as "Absolute Nonsense"
Date:7/14/2009

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FAIR also contends the study by Public Agenda was clearly biased in that it was funded by an AIDS group, was prepared for an AIDS organization (the NASCC), used input from HIV/AIDS "experts" as well as 13 telephone interviews with people who work on various HIV/AIDS issues. FAIR also notes that the Kaiser Family Foundation readily admits on its "About us" web page that they focus on HIV/AIDS.

The studies by Kaiser and Public Agenda also suggest that the stigma associated with HIV infection is partially responsible for the new HIV infections each year. Darling responds, "It's not the stigma causing infections; it's the lack of responsibility by infected patients, their partners or IV drug users who do not employ prevention methods that will eliminate the transmission of body fluids or blood. Indeed, HIV/AIDS is preventable. This is accomplished easily and cheaply with the purchase of a condom or other protective barrier and the use of clean syringes. The attempted use of stigma as a contributory factor in HIV infections is an attempt to shift the discussion from the real cause which is the absence of responsible behavior."

The FAIR Foundation is a national organization with thousands of members and millions of supporters in all fifty states. Its 26-member Board of Directors includes many eminent
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