Before You Begin
 
The Alive & Well web site provides a comprehensive summary of surprising and sometimes shocking facts about HIV, AIDS and health. This carefully researched data challenges many popular beliefs and assumptions about HIV and stands in stark contrast to most claims about AIDS made in the media.
 
Although much of the information here is omitted from mainstream portrayals of AIDS, it is culled from a variety of tenable mainstream sources and often references the same government reports and journal publications cited by orthodox AIDS groups.
 
We encourage you to approach this site with an open mind, as well as an open heart.
 
User Guide
 
Our web site condenses the elemental subjects of the AIDS debate into 12 main sections which appear as menu options on the left side of your screen.
 
Each section begins with a concise text summary that uses clear, familiar language and uncomplicated graphics. Scientific and medical terms are highlighted in bold and defined at the bottom of the page.
 
At the conclusion of the text, you’ll find a list of related articles for further reading, answers to frequently asked questions, and links to specific material at other web sites where you can learn more.
 
Since our site is designed to give a step-by-step introduction to alternative views of AIDS, we recommend exploring each subject in the order in which it appears on the menu bar.
 
Entering through the link below automatically starts you at the first section, Rethinking AIDS. After going through the text summary and related material, you can move directly to the subsequent topic, A Closer Look at HIV, by clicking Next. Most new visitors find that following this order of presentation allows the facts to unfold gradually and that each section builds a foundation for the next.
 
If you’d rather take off on your own or take a break at any time from the summary sections, just hit the Alive & Well icon found at the top left of your screen to return to the main menu and move around from there.

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