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AIDS Treatment News New Philadelphia Contacts

January 12, 2001

AIDS Treatment News has moved to Philadelphia, and is now being published with Philadelphia FIGHT. Editorial policies will not change; John S. James is still editor and publisher, and remains in complete control of the content. This move frees us from the administrative work of maintaining a separate office, and gives us daily contact with an AIDS service provider running a nonprofit clinic, Federally funded HIV/AIDS treatment research, and many education and outreach programs.

Our new address is AIDS Treatment News, Philadelphia FIGHT, 1233 Locust St., 5th floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107. We will keep our toll-free number, 800-TREAT-1-2; we can also be reached at the same phone at 215-546-3776. Our new fax number is 215-985-4952, but email is preferred as faxes may not reach us while traveling.

We are keeping our email address, aidsnews@aidsnews.org.

Because of the move, the first issues of 2001 will be delayed. And our annual overview article, traditionally published in the first issue of each year, has been postponed.

-- John S. James, AIDS Treatment News



ISSN # 1052-4207

Copyright 2001 by John S. James. Permission granted for noncommercial reproduction, provided that our address and phone number are included if more than short quotations are used.


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