AIDS-dot-ORG ( www.aids.org ) Launched for World AIDS Day

F. Frank LeFever flefever at ix.netcom.com
Wed Dec 2 22:16:02 EST 1998



Speaking of AIDS, what happened to the marathon battle in this
newsgroup between the wacko who denied any connection between HIV and
AIDS and someone who persisted in giving the wacko evidence he couldn't
or wouldn't handle?  I joined in from time to time.  Did I help scare
him away by pointing up his (gradually revealed) homophobia as a
possible basis for his irrationality and vehemence?

Or did they kill each other?  Or move it to a different venue?

All I know is, the battle was still raging when I left for the Society
for Neuroscience meeting (c. Nov. 5) and it was gone when I returned
(c. Nov. 13).

F. LeFever






In <742jnh$jqu$3 at nnrp03.primenet.com> updates at aids.org (AIDS-dot-ORG)
writes: 
>
>New York, NY (November 30, 1998) -- New AIDS therapies are giving new
life to 
>thousands.  But with the complexity of combination drug therapy,
quality 
>treatment information is more critical than ever.
>
>For World AIDS Day ( December 1st ), non-profit Immunet launches its
new 
>AIDS-dot-ORG web address: 'www.aids.org,' making it easier to stay
informed.  
>"The AIDS-dot-ORG name defines our mission," states Mark F. Johnson,
president 
>and founder of AIDS-dot-ORG / Immunet. "People worldwide will easily
find 
>critical HIV and AIDS information by simply typing 'aids.org' in any
Internet 
>web browser."
>
>"AIDS-dot-ORG is the logical starting point for finding AIDS treatment

>information on the web," says Gary Schaff, Director of Communications
for 
>Immunet.  "We invite other information providers and AIDS
organizations to 
>work with us, so that everyone can benefit from the easy to remember 
>'aids.org' web address."
>
>AIDS-dot-ORG includes the respected AIDS Treatment News archive,
accredited 
>Continuing Medical Education programs (CME), Direct AIDS Alternative 
>Information Resources (DAAIR),  the Immunet AIDS BookStore with over
3,000 
>titles, independent AIDS book reviews, medical conference listings and

>abstracts, a resource directory, hotline phone numbers, and links to
quality 
>information on other web sites.
>
>Immunet has enjoyed immense popularity since launching the first
on-line 
>accredited Continuing Medical Education (CME) programs on AIDS
Treatment in 
>1996, and was the first to offer on-line CMEs in an
interactive/audio-visual 
>format.  In only 3 years, Immunet has received over 9 million hits
from over 
>140 countries.
>
>Founded in 1993, Immunet is a non-profit organization dedicated to
harnessing 
>the power of the Internet in the battle against HIV/AIDS. As a
non-profit, 
>Immunet can assure that its AIDS-dot-ORG outlet provides unbiased
information. 
> "The answer to AIDS lies in a thousand pieces," says Mark Johnson,
"and if we 
>can connect those pieces, we can find a cure for HIV and AIDS. 
Nothing is 
>more important in the fight against AIDS than building a community
dedicated 
>to the free and open exchange of information and alternatives." 
Immunet has 
>been driven by this philosophy since its inception.
>
>AIDS-dot-ORG:  A World Wide AIDS Organization
>http://www.aids.org 
>
>Immunet Contact:
>Tony Brooks
>(212) 677-7718
>press at aids.org
>
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