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RITIRATI due articoli da poco pubblicati su Medical Hypothesis

postato da FFranchi [27/08/2009 22:24]
 

RITIRATO: "L'Ipotesi HIV-AIDS fuori misura con l'AIDS SudAfricano - Una nuova prospettiva"

                      Peter H. Duesberg*, a, Joshua M. Nicholsona, David Rasnickb, Christian Fialac and Henry H. Bauerd

Med Hypotheses. 2009 Jul 19. [Epub ahead of print]

 

"Questo articolo in stampa è stato ritirato in attesa dei risultati di un'indagine.

La politica editoriale di Medical Hypothesis rende chiaro che la rivista considera "radicale, speculativa, e di idee scientifiche non in accordo con le correnti principali", e articoli saranno accettati se saranno "coerenti e chiaramente espressi".  Comunque abbiamo ricevuto serie espressioni di preoccupazione circa la qualità di questo articolo, che contiene opinioni altamente controverse circa le cause dell'AIDS, opinioni che potrebbero danneggiare la salute globale. Preoccupazione è stata espressa che l'articolo contenga materiale potenzialmente calunnioso.

Dati questi importanti segnali di preoccupazione, noi giudichiamo corretto investigare le circostanze nelle quali questo articolo venne ad essere pubblicato online. Quando l'indagine e la revisione saranno completate, noi prepareremo un ulteriore comunicato. Fino ad allora, l'articolo è stato rimosso da tutti i database Elsevier."

 

Comunicato originale:

This Article-in-Press has been withdrawn pending the results of an investigation.

The editorial policy of Medical Hypotheses makes it clear that the journal considers "radical, speculative, and non-mainstream scientific ideas", and articles will only be acceptable if they are "coherent and clearly expressed." However, we have received serious expressions of concern about the quality of this article, which contains highly controversial opinions about the causes of AIDS, opinions that could potentially be damaging to global public health. Concern has also been expressed that the article contains potentially libelous material.

Given these important signals of concern, we judge it correct to investigate the circumstances in which this article came to be published online. When the investigation and review have been completed we will issue a further statement. Until that time, the article has been removed from all Elsevier databases.

The Publisher apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause. The full Elsevier Policy on Article Withdrawal can be found at http://www.elsevier.com/locate/withdrawalpolicy.

 

Note to users: Withdrawn Articles in Press are proofs of articles which have been peer reviewed and initially accepted, but have since been withdrawn before being published in this journal. Reasons for withdrawal may be due to a decision by the author and/or editor, accidental duplication of an article elsewhere, or because the content contravenes the Elsevier publishing policy in some way. Withdrawn Articles in Press are only visible to users when following an external link, e.g., an end user following a PubMed or DOI link. Such Withdrawn Articles in Press are not searchable or otherwise available in ScienceDirect.

 

WITHDRAWN: HIV-AIDS hypothesis out of touch with South African AIDS - A new perspective

Peter H. Duesberg*, a, Joshua M. Nicholsona, David Rasnickb, Christian Fialac and Henry H. Bauerd

 

aDepartment of Molecular and Cell Biology, Donner Laboratory, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 94720, USA

bPrivate residence, Oakland, California, USA

cGynmed Ambulatorium, Mariahilferguertel 37, 1150 Vienna, Austria

dChemistry and Science Studies, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA 24060-5623, USA


Available online 19 July 2009.

Med Hypotheses. 2009 Jul 19. [Epub ahead of print]

 

WITHDRAWN: Aids denialism at the ministry of health. [Med Hypotheses. 2009]

PMID:19586724 M. Ruggiero a, M. Prayer Galletti a, S. Pacini b,*, T. Punzi b, G. Morucci b, M. Gulisano b

a Department of Experimental Pathology and Oncology, University of Firenze, V. le Morgagni 50, 50134 Firenze, Italy

b Department of Anatomy, Histology and Forensic Medicine, University of Firenze, V. le Morgagni 85, 50134 Firenze, Italy

Per leggere i sommari in inglese dei due studi ritirati andate in fondo alla seguente pagina : http://www.dissensomedico.it/studio_italiano.htm