This website is dedicated to Guinea Pig Kids - a BBC documentary that exposes how the city of New York has been forcing HIV-Positive children under its supervision to be used as human guinea pigs in tests for experimental AIDS drug trials. (This is a slightly edited version of the complete documentary that was broadcast on Tuesday, 30 November, 2004, at 1930 GMT on BBC Two in the UK. )

See the film for yourself!
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Read and/or print out a copy of the transcipt
for the video here.

Liam Scheff is the investigative journalist who first broke this story. You can listen to an interview with Liam describing how he first got got involved with this story here, and you can read his original 'expose' and continuing investigation here.

Listen to an interview with Liam Scheff and Mimi Pascual (who worked at the Incarnation Children's Center), hosted by Lizz Brown, recorded on August 6, 2005. (42 minutes), here, and read a transcript of that interview along with Liam's comments here.

Listen to a recorded phone conversation between Liam and Dr. Katherine Painter, the Medical Director of the Incarnation Children's Center, here, and read a transcript of that interview along with Liam's comments here.

Celia Farber, author of "Serious Adverse Events: An Uncensored History of AIDS," worked as a researcher on this film and describes her experiences here.

The director of Guinea Pig Kids, Jamie Doran, describes the film for the BBC News and was interviewed by Amy Goodman on "Democracy Now." You can read those two articles here.

Five years later, this BBC documentary is still the source of controversy, having recently been attacked by the AIDS Establishment. You can read about that here.

Read two Associated Press stories which, among other things, exposed that similar experiments took place in other states in the US, not just in NYC, here.

Read a meticulously compiled, comprehensive, chronological timeline of the ICC scandal prepared by the Alliance for Human Research Protection here.

Read three articles by Patricia Nell Warren published in Arts and Understanding Magazine here.

Now we find out that they even force-fed Thalidomide - once called "one of the worst nightmares of modern medicine" - to at least one child at the ICC. Read about it here.

Visit other important HIV/AIDS links

Liam Scheff - the official website for investigative journalist Liam Scheff and the Home for Independent Journalism.

Help For HIV - dedicated to improving the quality of life for those diagnosed as HIV-Positive.

Rethinking AIDS - the Group for the Scientific Reappraisal of the HIV/AIDS Hypothesis.