Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, May 31st, 1999
"We had a horrible certainty, and now we have a mixed-bag certainty," said Craig E. Thompson, AIDS Project Los Angeles.
With more patients living longer, just how "exceptional" a disease is AIDS' And what happens to the funds and supporters - the voluminous network of help that became a phenomenon in itself' They have to shift strategy, many said.
"Maybe in the long-term we can't maintain that sense of crisis. Maybe it's finding a way to manage AIDS as a decades-long health problem, said Tom...
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