The facts on AIDS

Durrenberger, Dan
March 2003
Echo Magazine;3/27/2003, Vol. 14 Issue 14, p16
Focuses on the HIV and AIDS challenges in Arizona. Number of AIDS cases reported to the Arizona Department of Health Services since 1981; Number of AIDS deaths in the state; Information on the propagation of AIDS and HIV in the state.


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