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Public debates on HIV/AIDS in South Africa have, for the last three years, been dominated by the controversy around the causal link between HIV and AIDS. A decision on this question has direct consequences for health policy, treatment, and education. However, this question also warrants a medical-historical investigation into concepts and models of causality and the way they have panned out in medical-scientific revolutions, and in diagnostics and treatment. As this paper attempts to show,doi:10.2989/16085906.2002.9626544 pmid:25871709 fatcat:cfzlgoo34zeuzctihzeuvg5fym