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Charlie Madison

Elsevier gets richer.

To add insult to injury, this is how the "discounted" rate is described

"This special rate is intended for non medically and non-scientifically qualified civil society leaders/representatives working with the HIV/AIDS community."

As a person who has live with and studied about AIDS for a long time, I feel that I am "qualified" to some degree, medically and scientifically.

Richard Horton and the Cell editor, Rosy Hosking, need to be called out by name.

Certainly, poz people and non-poz activists could have contributed to each and every session.

Shameful.

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