After the first speaker, Le Ann Dolan of AIDS Calgary, the local HIV/AIDS service organization spoke for about five minutes about the burgeoning
AIDS epidemic in Canada a member of the press interjected her first question.
"How many new AIDS cases were there in Canada last year?" Le Ann stopped, looked puzzled, and did not answer. The answer to this question
turned out to be that that there were only 221 new cases of AIDS diagnosed in 2001 (2002 figures are not available yet). And, that is no anomaly, the
case count has declined every year from a peak of
1,759 in 1993 [LCDC, 2002]
Author Michael Fumento, in his book The Myth of Heterosexual AIDS, offers substantial evidence that white, middle-class, non IV drugabuser heterosexuals are in less danger of contracting AIDS thru non-anal,
sexual intercourse than they are of dying from shark attacks, being hit by lightning, or accidentally drowning in the bathtub. The
book is very well referenced and documented.
The book was reviewed by the Journal of the American Medical Assn as "the best single source available to enable heterosexual persons to assess their personal risk." http://www.fumento.com/pozaids.html
THE MYTH OF TEENAGE AIDS
CDC statistics show that only 4,061 teenagers have contracted AIDS in 21 years in the entire United States..
Source: - CDC
The New York State Quarterly AIDS Report (table 4A) reported: -
In the first half of 2000 there was not one single caucasian teenage female AIDS case attributed to heterosexual sex.
In the first half of 2000 there was not one single teenage male AIDS case (of any race) attributed to heterosexual sex.
Total teenage cases since 1985 - 2 (TWO)
Heterosexual cases (male and female) since 1985 - 67 (SIXTY SEVEN)
Children one to seven in age since 1985 - 4 (FOUR) http://www.dphhs.state.mt.us/hpsd/pubheal/disease/pdf/aids1200.pdf
Oklahoma statistics: - http://www.health.state.ok.us/program/hivstd/epi/1202_4.pdf
HIV POSITIVE CUMLATIVE FIGURES
121 deaths in 19 years (approx 6 per year).
Pediatric deaths - ONE
Hardly an epidemic in Oklahoma
(No breakdown of hetero percentage available).