As we explored in our last program about AIDS, the common beliefs about its causes are turning out to be myths. Omni-present, to be sure. Dogma even. But omni-present dogma does not scientific certainty make. There are a lot of very highly qualified people ascribing quite different causes of AIDS. We’re going to hear about some of those thoughts today.
This is a more psychological perspective, perhaps, which we’ll be exploring more. This will be a start.
My guest will be Swedish journalist, Helena Mellander, who has been researching psychosomatic medicine for the past three years and writing extensively about her findings both in Sweden and here in Brazil. Let’s see if we can think with a different head about something that deserves to be re-thought.