A Community's Response To AIDS -- The Beginning Years Before 1986 in Rochester

July 2015
Empty Closet;Jul2015, Issue 491, p21
The article looks at the first years AIDS in Rochester, New York. Topics discussed include the media's refusal to cover news relating to the disease, the demise of the first AIDS victim in December of 1982, and the success of the Gay Rights National Lobby in getting the U.S. Congress to appropriate funds for AIDS research.


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