About the Author Stephen Davis is a former Arizona State Senator, Physicians Assistant, captain of a whale and dolphin research ship, and a founding member and musical director for "Up With People." He won the George Washington Medal of Honor from Freedom Foundation in 1975. "I have never had a homosexual experience, nor have I ever used any recreational drugs. I am also HIV-negative and have never known anyone who had AIDS. In that sense, I am completely objective. But from the very beginning, probably from the combination of my medical training and my own personal experiences in government, I did not believe the media story that HIV caused AIDS, or that AIDS was contagious, or that it was transmitted by sexual contact. "However, I was not aware of all the political intrigue, lies, or money-motivated manipulations that have accompanied this medical disaster until I read Dr. Peter Duesberg's book, Inventing the AIDS Virus. The problem is that today were killing hundreds of thousands of innocent women and children in Africa with the very same drug that killed 300,000 Americans in ten years. After you read my novel, I hope youll take action to help stop this genocide."