The Manhattan Project: It's a bomb

Moore, John P.
March 1994
Advocate;3/8/94, Issue 650, p5
Evaluates the effectiveness of an AIDS program based on the principles of the 'Manhattan Project.' Ineffectiveness of gathering AIDS scientist due to the availability of telecommunication devices; Indifference to the idea by AIDS scientists and East Coast activists; Failure of office management techniques to consider the different discipline involved in scientific research; Difficulty of countering viral infections.


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