Injection (With Mickey Grant): Re-used Disposable Syringes And The Alleged CIA Plot To Promote The Spread of AIDS Throughout Africa

“Widespread reuse of disposable syringes is responsible for as many as seven million cases of AIDS in Africa. Public health officials are reluctant to discuss this problem, perhaps in fear that Africans will avoid critical medical care, such as inoculations for malaria and other virulent diseases. The thrust of public AIDS prevention campaigns is on safe sex, and healthcare risks are critically overlooked.
In this investigative documentary, Mickey Grant travels to Kenya, Bangkok, Sofia, Benghazi, Tripoli, Rome and London in an attempt to discover the truth. He follows the trail of syringes from hospital to garbage dump, and then back into Africa’s health care system.”

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Filed under: Africa, Crime, Health, Humanity, Journalism, North America, World Affairs

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