The Epidemic of AIDS: A Failure of Public Health Policy

The AIDS epidemic was engrafted on a substantial and rising epidemic of sexually transmitted diseases. Complex social, political, and professional factors are examined through a single risk group to illuminate the initial and continuing failure to combat the epidemic. Selective traditional public health control measures, applied vigorously and creatively within a new legal framework, are still appropriate.

Author(s): Lewis H. Kuller; Lawrence A. Kingsley

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Volume 64, Issue S1 (pages 56–78)
Published in 1986