Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, June 14th, 1999
They worked in cooperation with bar owners who plied subjects with free beer. They enlisted the help of popular barflies who goaded other patrons into participating.
They became the lifeblood of a pioneering research project, now 15-years-old, that has changed treatment for HIV and offered a definitive glimpse of its history.
"The study raised the awareness level," a gay bar owner said. "Just being involved in the...
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