If you believe that doctors have been brainwashed into believing AIDS is real when it's not, that certainly would affect your view of conventional medical practice. I'm glad you're putting your beliefs in the open. People should do their best to assess the origin, purpose, value, and limitations of personal advice, just as they should try to assess all other sources when making decisions about vaccinations and other important issues.
34 million people were living with AIDS worldwide in 2010.
3.4 million were under age 15.
16.8 million were women.
There were 2.7 million new cases of AIDS reported in 2010.
390,000 of those new cases were in children under age 15.
1.8 million people died of AIDS in 2010.
250,000 were under age 15.
It's not like WHO has nothing else to do. They promote breastfeeding and natural childbirth, and just this week got to celebrate a year with no new cases of polio in India. Last summer, they eradicated rinderpest. They have to deal with TB and malaria (malaria killed 655,000 people in 2010, mostly African children). And starvation. They spend a lot of time on that. I tend to see this focus as being about health, not cash. No one gets rich prescribing plumpynut to starving families, just for instance.
You seem to need to say that there are conflicting reports on AIDS. I don't need to say any such thing. I feel a very, very strong need to say that the reports on AIDS are not conflicting at all, but you can still find some non-believers who insist it's all a fantasy.
To me, advice from a person or group that denies the existence of AIDS is worthless, because I don't take health advice from people who don't understand health issues.
It looks like you see it differently. It looks like you don't take health advice from MDs because you feel they've been brainwashed, and their focus on efforts to fight an imaginary disease are part of that.
Leaving aside that a disease for which there is neither a vaccine nor a broadly applicable cure, and one which has struck most fiercely in the part of the world that is also most fiercely stricken by issues like ongoing food insecurity, is not exactly a cash cow, if that's the way you see it, put that out there. It will help people evaluate your views and make their own decisions.