AIDS Dilemma

October 1983
Time;10/24/1983, Vol. 122 Issue 18, p62
The article offers information the rising need of long-term care for AIDS victims in the U.S. It mentions that several states in the country experienced challenges on how to provide long-term care for AIDS victims, who do not need hospital care, because majority of them were discharged from hospitals and were forced to go back to family and friends. It mentions that the local government in San Francisco, California plans to open a special facility to provide long-term treatment for them.


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