I have a a public question for someone of the QA team.
Duesberg's "chemical" theory proposes that the abuse of some substancies (anti-viral drugs, popper, heroin, cocaine) and the lack of other substancies (proteins and vitamins) in the diet (that is to say malnutrition) were the cause of AIDS immunodeficiency.
He believes that HIV virus exists and that a significant association HIV-AIDS does not exist.
The "life-style" theory by Eleni Eleopulos-Papadopulos (the Perth Group) states that AIDS immunodeficiency is caused by the same reasons and the "intake" of large amounts of junk food, human semen and psychological stress.
She believes that HIV virus does not exist but a significant association HIV-AIDS exists because the proteins detected by the tests are produced in case of immunodeficiency (as well as in a lot of other different pathologic and non-pathologic conditions).
Is it roughly correct?