Cohan, Gary R.
September 1993
Advocate;9/7/93, Issue 637, p39
Presents news concerning AIDS as of September 1993. Ban on the sale of HIV tests in France; Role of AZT in HIV infection; Analysis of AIDS research in the U.S.


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