Broken Promises: How the AIDS Establishment Has Betrayed the Developing World is the recent book by Edward C. Green, the former director of the AIDS Prevention Research Project at the Harvard School of Health. He has been conducting research in Africa, Southeast Asia, and other parts of the world for upwards of three decades, in the fields of applied anthropology and international health. In an interview with National Review Online, Green, current director of the New Paradigm Fund, talks about clarifying recent AIDS research and how it vindicates some controversial positions taken by the likes of the Pope in Rome and George W. Bush.
KATHRYN JEAN LOPEZ: In 2009, on his way to Africa, Pope Benedict XVI said: “If there is no human dimension, if Africans do not help by responsible behavior, the problem cannot be overcome by the distribution of prophylactics. On the contrary, they increase it.” Does this recent study even the New York Times noticed vindicate Pope Benedict with science?
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