AIDS 2016

2006: AIDS at Twenty-Five

Media Coverage
Audio Coverage
  • HIV Vaccine Remains Elusive (June 5, 2006)
    From the program "Morning Edition"; Guests include: Donald Francis, former president of VaxGen; Robert Gallo, co-discoverer of HIV and director of the Maryland-based Institute of Human Virology; Margaret Heckler, Reagan administration HHS secretary; Bruce Walker, director of the Division of AIDS at Harvard Medical School; and health professionals and volunteers involved in an HIV vaccine research trial at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston.
    From National Public Radio
  • Origin of AIDS Linked to Colonial Practices in Africa (June 4, 2006)
    From the program "Weekend Edition"; Guests incude Beatrice Hahn, a virologist at the University of Alabama-Birmingham, and Jim Moore, a comparative primatologist at the University of California-San Diego.
    From National Public Radio
  • AIDS at 25 -- Interview With Long-Term Survivor Lanz Lowen (MP3) (June 3, 2006)
    In San Francisco Chronicle
  • Diagnosing AIDS: A Pioneer Reflects (June 3, 2006)
    From the program "Weekend Edition"; An interview with Dr. Wayne Shandera who co-authored the first official medical report by the Centers for Disease Control of a mysterious sickness afflicting gay men.
    From National Public Radio
  • The Changing Face of AIDS, 25 Years Later (June 2, 2006)
    From the program "Talk of the Nation"; Guests include: Dr. Wafaa El-Sadr, director, International Center for AIDS Care and Treatment Programs, Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University; chief, Infectious Diseases, Harlem Hospital; Rowena Johnston, director of research, amfAR, the Foundation for AIDS Research and Laurie Garrett, author of Betrayal of Trust: The Collapse of Global Public Health; senior fellow for global health, Council on Foreign Relations.
    From National Public Radio
  • AIDS at 25 (May 24, 2006)
    From the program "On Point"; Guests include: Dr. Helene Gayle, President and CEO of CARE; John-Manuel Andriote, author of the book, Victory Deferred: How AIDS Changed Gay Life in America, and Pernessa Seele, founder and CEO of the New York City-based HIV awareness group, The Balm in Gilead.
    From National Public Radio