Confronting AIDS: Directions for Public Health, Health Care, and Research
National Academies Press, Jan 15, 1986 - Medical - 371 pages
This volume examines the complex medical, social, ethical, financial, and scientific problems arising from the AIDS epidemic and offers dozens of public policy and research recommendations for an appropriate national response to this dread disease.
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Summary and Recommendations
2 Understanding of the Disease and Dimensions of the Epidemic
3 The Future Course of the Epidemic and Available National Resources
4 Opportunities for Altering the Course of the Epidemic
5 Care of Persons Infected with HIV
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