HIV and AIDS awareness

June 1994
Association Management;Jun94, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p27
Presents guidelines from the Citizens Commission on AIDS on awareness of AIDS and HIV. Equal opportunities for HIV victims; Employment policies; Implications for management.


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