Scientific surveillance and the control of AIDS: A call for open debate [Book Review]

Health Care Analysis 2 (4):279-286 (1994)
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This paper reviews some of the history of AIDS in order to put into perspective the claim that AIDS is or will be the pandemic plague of the twentieth century. It is concluded that AIDS shows a relatively stable and predictable pattern in the developed world, and that open and unbiased debate about AIDS is long overdue



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AIDS, Science and the Totem.David Seedhouse - 1994 - Health Care Analysis 2 (4):273-278.

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