The President's Commission on AIDS
Admiral Watkins discusses the need for government, business, and social institutions to confront AIDS. He says that the nature of… read more
Admiral Watkins discusses the need for government, business, and social institutions to confront AIDS. He says that the nature of transmission of the disease makes it hard to confront but maintains that the manner of transmission also offers an opportunity to control the spread of AIDS. Unlike epidemics of the past which struck randomly, the behaviors that spread AIDS can be modified. close
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Government Programs for AIDS
Admiral James Watkins, chairman of the Presidential Commission on AIDS, answered host and audience questions about the…
Mr. Thompson talked about the history of AIDS policy and the current status of research in the area.
World AIDS Day
President and Mrs. Bush participated in a meeting on World AIDS Day.
Dr. Zeitz talked about U.S. and international funding of AIDS prevention and treatment programs. Topics included the…