Published in AIDS Weekly, April 13th, 1998
Rhetoric in the debate over whether to delay efficacy trials until better AIDS vaccines become available has reached a fever pitch.
The escalating intensity of the debate became apparent in Jonathan M. Mann's March 15, 1998 presentation to the Presidential Advisory Council on AIDS. Mann, a long-time leader in the worldwide battle against the epidemic, left a position at Harvard University to become the founding director of the World Health Organization (WHO) Global Program on AIDS. He is now dean of the School of Public Health at Allegheny University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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