One Boy at War: My Life in the AIDS Underground

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A.A. Knopf, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 387 pages
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At the age of 22, successful executive-on-the-rise Paul Sergios contracted AIDS. Turning his feelings of sorrow, rage, and terror into a decision to take control of his destiny, he embraced the AIDS underground--an alliance of people who, in the face of mainstream scientific, political, and medial apathy, have committed themselves to finding alternative, frequently risky--sometimes illegal--treatment.

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ONE BOY AT WAR: My Life in the AIDS Underground

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An insider's detailed view of the desperate measures taken by those suffering from AIDS to find an effective treatment; by ex- Hollywood whiz-kid Sergios, who became a driving force in the AIDS ... Read full review

One boy at war: my life in the AIDS underground

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Unlike Jonathan Kwitny's Acceptable Risks ( LJ 10/15/92), which described the underground distribution and use of AIDS drugs unapproved by the Food & Drug Administration, Sergios's book is first and ... Read full review


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