Published in AIDS Weekly, March 17th, 1997
"Years ago, before we had this medication, people who would come in would die within six months," said Dr. Harold Kafner, who treats AIDS patients in Macon, Georgia. "Now, they leave the hospital and go back to work."
AIDS deaths in the United States fell 13 percent in the first six months of 1996, to an estimated 22,000 people, down from 24,900 deaths in the same period a year earlier, the CDC reported. The CDC also said that while...
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