The end of AIDS?

Leland, John; Gordon, Jeanne
December 1996
Newsweek;12/2/1996, Vol. 128 Issue 23, p64
Concentrates on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) and HIV in the United States as of late 1996. The increased hope given to patients diagnosed with full-blown aids due to medications; The reminder that it is still impossible to predict the how long patients will last; The changing view of doctors towards the disease; The effect of the hope found on the population; Case studies of several patients.


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