The `alternative' war on AIDS

Streit, Rachel A.
March 1996
Natural Health;Mar/Apr96, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p30
Features the AIDS Alternative Health Project (AAHP) in Chicago, Illinois which provides alternative treatment for people with HIV and AIDS in the United States. Foundation; Services offered; Therapies for HIV-positive persons; List of several centers providing alternative healthcare for AIDS patients.


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