How Needle Exchange Programs Fight the AIDS Epidemic (October 25, 2004)
"The debate in America has been driven not by science or public health concerns but by an ideology that sees syrnige exchange programs as inherently 'evil,'" writes editorial observer Brent Staples.
In The New York Times
Ronald Reagan and AIDS (September/October 2004)
David Salyer recaps some of the highlights of the Gipper's life and presidency -- and laments how he never used his formidable political skills to do something about AIDS during the epidemic's first years.
In Survival News, from AIDS Survival Project
Muffling the Left (August 6-12, 2003)
The Bush Administration seeks to punish social service organizations that challenge the party line on health care for poor children and HIV prevention.
In The Village Voice
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