"I Knew Patient Zero" (June 5, 2006)
When Michael S. Gottlieb, M.D., treated a young man at UCLA Medical Center in 1981 for fever and weight loss, he was meeting the patient who would become the first officially reported case in the global AIDS pandemic.
In Los Angeles Times
AIDS at 25: The Path Ahead (May 21, 2006)
In this article, chock full of interviews with prominent AIDS advocates and journalists, David Foucher explains why all of us must remember our past if we are to win the fight against HIV in the future.
AIDS Era Surfaced Early in South Florida
For more than a year before the world's first AIDS cases were reported, doctors at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami treated patients who had failing immune systems and strange infections.
In Miami Herald
Taking Care of the Children
In New York City, babies born with HIV are growing up, coming of age and learning to live with HIV.
One Disease, Two Epidemics
The haves and the have-nots face two very different epidemics, and squeamishness about sexual transmission and intravenous drug use is hampering prevention efforts in both.
In New England Journal of Medicine
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