Health Official Asks Reagan For $70 Million More AIDS Money

Walter, Dave
October 1985
Advocate;10/29/85, Issue 432, p25
Reports on the proposals by health officials in the U.S. to increase the budget for AIDS disease prevention. Appropriation of the budget to evaluate new drugs and therapies for AIDS; Finance for AIDS-related research and projects; Implications for AIDS treatment.


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