April #69 : Quickies - by Denny Lee

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Table of Contents

Geography Lessons

Mo' Money, Mo' Trouble

Cold Sore Comfort

THE BIZ OF AID$

Living Large on Small Change

Living Large on Small Change

Living Large on Small Change

O Pioneer!

Going Dental

Vax Attack

¡La Emergencia!

Monette & Merrill

Normal, New Jersey

Briefs

Milestones

Quickies

Money Pit

Cryptic 'Script

Don't Meth Around

AAT Ease

Two Strikes

LTNP? UB2

Is N-9 Deep-Sixed?

Action Zero

Mary MAC'd

Murphy's Law Breaker

Editor's Letter

Mailbox

04.09.84 The Waters of Babylon

Conflicts in Pharmaland



Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle

Shingles

Herpes Simplex Virus

Syphilis & Neurosyphilis

Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

Hepatitis & HIV


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April 2001

Quickies

by Denny Lee

CAREERS: Frosh Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-NY) won a seat on the elite Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee.

David Barr, founding ED of the Forum for Collaborative HIV Research, stepped down in February after four years.

Former Food and Drug Administration commish Jane E. Henney, MD, was axed by Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson even before he took office. Thompson said the dismissal was an expected transition casualty and not "political."

Richard Jefferys, longtime head of the AIDS Treatment Data Network's Access Project, joined the New York City-based International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) in February as senior writer for the bimonthly IAVI Report.

AWARDS: The Kaiser Family Foundation awarded the Nelson Mandela Award for Health and Human Rights in December to two South Africans: an openly HIV positive former Constitutional judge, Edwin Cameron; and Jerry Coovadia, MD, a pediatric researcher and chair of last summer's International AIDS Conference in Durban.

SENTENCES: Susan Rosenberg and Linda Evans, former armed revolutionaries-turned-model prisoners cum AIDS educators, won last-minute executive clemency from President Clinton after 15-plus years behind bars.




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