Califia, Pat
November 1982
Advocate;11/25/82, Issue 356, p20
Focuses on the production of leaflets, brochures and booklets about acquired immune deficiency syndrome by gay health workers in the U.S. Information about gay health care; Description of the symptoms of rare cancers; Availability of the brochures.


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