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        NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
Science Fictions: A Scientific Mystery, a Massive Cover-up, and the Dark Legacy of Robert Gallo,’ by Robert Steinbrook [September 5, 2002]

        RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH
Gallo tried to claim discovery,’ by Deborah Love [August 18, 2002]

        PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-BULLETIN
Scandalous behavior in the assault on AIDS,’ by Jeanne Nicholson [April 14, 2002]

        WASHINGTON POST
Germ Warfare,’ by Stephen Mihm [April 14, 2002]

        NEW YORK TIMES
Blood and Thunder From AIDS Labs,’ by Ed Regis [April 12, 2002]

        CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Uncovering a cover-up in AIDS research,’ by Ted Anton [March 31, 2002]

        NEW SCIENTIST
Book review, by Daniel S. Greenberg

        NATURE
Lots of peanut shells but no elephant,’ by Jaap Goudsmit [March 14, 2002, no. 416:125]

        MONTREAL GAZETTE
Nobel elicits ignoble ambition,’ by Mark Wainberg [March 23, 2002]

        WASHINGTON MONTHLY
Lab Rat,’ by Phillip J. Longman [March 2002]

        NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW
Autopsy of a Medical Breakthrough,’ by John Horgan

        LOS ANGELES TIMES
Blood, Sweat and Ego,’ by Helen Epstein

        BALTIMORE SUN
Science Fictions: AIDS virus furor,’ by John R. Alden

        SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE
The Scientific Method,’ by Cheryl Clark.

        EDMONTON JOURNAL
How Gallo almost stole credit for AIDS breakthrough,’ by Charles Rusnell [February 24, 2002]

      KIRKUS REVIEWS

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Crewdson relates a cautionary tale of the American doctor who lied repeatedly to take credit for discovering the AIDS virus.’ READ MORE

      PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Crewdson (The Tarnished Door) provides a comprehensive and compelling examination of the controversy surrounding the discovery of the AIDS virus.’ READ MORE