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Petrow, Steven
September 1993
Advocate;9/21/93, Issue 638, p76
Discusses the contents of Michael B. King's book 'AIDS, HIV and Mental Health.' Psychological dimension of HIV/AIDS; Social effects of HIV/AIDS; Mental health.


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