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Traces the history of the struggle for recognition of and action on behalf of the AIDS epidemic. This book describes the heroic struggle for survival by persons with AIDS and their allies for survival. It documents the sophisticated and effective mob... weiterlesen
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Titel: AIDS, the Winter War
Autor/en: Arthur D. Kahn

ISBN: 1566390184
EAN: 9781566390187
New.
Sprache: Englisch.
TEMPLE UNIV PR

März 1993 - gebunden - 191 Seiten

Beschreibung

Traces the history of the struggle for recognition of and action on behalf of the AIDS epidemic. This book describes the heroic struggle for survival by persons with AIDS and their allies for survival. It documents the sophisticated and effective mobilization of AIDS activists in the face of apathy from the Reagan and Bush administrations.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Preface Introduction - William Regelson, M.D. Part I
1. "The Mob" Fights Back
2. Two Therapies, Two FDA-NIH Approaches
3. PWAs Undertake AIDS Research
4. "The Israeli Conspiracy"
5. First PWA Initiatives with AL721
6. Who Will Supply AL721 to the PWAs?
7. AIDS Activists Take on FDA and NIH
8. The PWAs Take Over
9. Ethigen at Bay Part II
10. Mr. Reagan Appoints a Commission
11. First Steps in the Education of the Commission
12. What the Commission Learned in New York City
13. The Commission's Preliminary Report
14. The Crisis in Health Care Services
15. FDA and NIH at Bay
16. AIDS and the Social Crisis
17. The Report of the Presidential Commission
18. The President Receives His Commission's Report
19. Aftermath
20. Winter Soldiers Index

Pressestimmen

"The most complete history of how AIDS treatment activism began--and an appalling look at the government AIDS mismanagement." --John S. James, AIDS Treatment News "In persuasive detail...Kahn demonstrates [that] the struggle against AIDS requires a continuous fight against vested interests that have little regard for alternative ideas and against egotists who put self-aggrandizement above a worldwide crisis... Arthur Kahn's book presents the history of the clinical struggle and identifies heroes, many of whom have died fighting for all of us. Their efforts must be recognized. Their struggle is not over." --William Regelson, M.D., Professor, College of Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University (from the Introduction)
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