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The Resource The AIDS crisis, Charles P. Cozic, book editor ; Karin Swisher, assistant editor

The AIDS crisis, Charles P. Cozic, book editor ; Karin Swisher, assistant editor

Label
The AIDS crisis
Title
The AIDS crisis
Statement of responsibility
Charles P. Cozic, book editor ; Karin Swisher, assistant editor
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
An anthology of articles debating AIDS-related issues, including the prevention and treatment of AIDS, the necessity of AIDS testing, funding for research, and the seriousness of the epidemic
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
362.1/969792/00973
Index
index present
LC call number
RA644.A25
LC item number
A3552 1991
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
WD 308
NLM item number
A28795257 1991
Series statement
Current controversies
Label
The AIDS crisis, Charles P. Cozic, book editor ; Karin Swisher, assistant editor
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Reprints of articles and excerpts from books
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 233-234) and index
Contents
  • Ch. 1: How Serious is the AIDS Epidemic? -- The AIDS Epidemic is Worsening: The AIDS Crisis Will Worsen / Nancy F. McKenzie -- AIDS Is Spreading Rapidly Among Heterosexuals / Kevin R. Hopkins -- AIDS Is a Health Risk for Women / Sue Halpern -- AIDS Poses a Threat to Teenagers / Jean Fain -- The AIDS Epidemic is Exaggerated: The AIDS Epidemic Is Waning / Dennis J. Bregman and Alexander D. Langmuir -- The Rate of Heterosexual AIDS Is Exaggerated / Michael Fumento -- Women Are Not a High-Risk AIDS Group / Robert E. Gould -- Ch. 2: Has America Adequately Funded AIDS Research and Treatment? -- AIDS Funding: An Overview / Marlene Cimons -- Yes, American Has Adequately Funded AIDS: The Government's Funding for AIDS Is Adequate / Elizabeth M. Whelan -- America's Response to AIDS Is Adequate / Charles Krauthammer -- AIDS Funding Should Be Reduced / Michael Fumento -- No, America Has Not Adequately Funded AIDS: America's Response to AIDS Is Inadequate / Jessica Portner -- The U.S. Government Needs a National AIDS Policy / Robin Weiss -- Women with AIDS Need More Government Help / Peg Byron -- Ch. 3: Is AIDS Testing Necessary? -- AIDS Testing: An Overview / Ronald Bayer -- Yes, AIDS Testing is a Public Health Necessity: AIDS Testing Can Control the Spread of AIDS / Frank S. Rhame and Dennis G. Maki -- Health Care Workers and Patients Should Be Tested for AIDS / Marcia Angell -- High Risk Groups Should Be Tested for AIDS / Brenda Almond -- No, AIDS Testing Violates Civil Liberties: AIDS Testing Is Ineffective and Discriminatory / Sandor Katz -- Physicians Should Not Be Tested for AIDS / Larry Gostin -- Testing Immigrants for AIDS Is Harmful / Marc Ramirez --
  • Ch. 4: How Can AIDS Be Treated? -- AIDS Treatment: An Overview / Geoffrey Cowley, Mary Hager, and Ruth Marshall -- Medical Methods Can Effectively Treat AIDS: AZT and Other Drugs Prolong the Lives of AIDS Patients / Douglas Sery -- Vaccines May Effectively Treat Aids / Peter Radetsky -- Early Intervention Can Extend the Lives of AIDS Patients / Larry Josephs -- The CD4 Synthetic Protein Can Fight the AIDS Virus / Marilyn Chase -- Nonmedical Methods Can Effectively Treat AIDS: Positive Thinking Helps AIDS Patients / Mary Morton -- A Macrobiotic Diet Can Help People with AIDS / Tom Monte -- Acupuncture Can Help Treat AIDS / Leon Chaitow and Simon Martin -- Marijuana Can Help AIDS Patients / Robert Randall -- Ch. 5: How Can the Spread of AIDS Be Prevented? -- Using Condoms Can Help Prevent the Spread of AIDS / Robert A. Hatcher and Melissa Sammons Hughes -- Education Can Help Young Adults Avoid AIDS / Linda Marsa -- Partner Notification Can Control AIDS / Larry Katzenstein -- Needle-Exchange Programs Can Prevent Drug Users from Spreading AIDS / Rod Sorge -- Strict Regulation of Blood Supplies Can Prevent the Spread of AIDS / Theresa Crenshaw -- A National Sex Survey Could Target Groups for AIDS Education / Michael Specter -- Promoting Abstinence Will Stop AIDS / Herbert Ratner
Control code
183305
Dimensions
27 cm.
Extent
240 p.
Isbn
9780899085845
Isbn Type
(pap.)
Lccn
91030034
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm24246458
  • (OCoLC)24246458
Label
The AIDS crisis, Charles P. Cozic, book editor ; Karin Swisher, assistant editor
Publication
Note
Reprints of articles and excerpts from books
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 233-234) and index
Contents
  • Ch. 1: How Serious is the AIDS Epidemic? -- The AIDS Epidemic is Worsening: The AIDS Crisis Will Worsen / Nancy F. McKenzie -- AIDS Is Spreading Rapidly Among Heterosexuals / Kevin R. Hopkins -- AIDS Is a Health Risk for Women / Sue Halpern -- AIDS Poses a Threat to Teenagers / Jean Fain -- The AIDS Epidemic is Exaggerated: The AIDS Epidemic Is Waning / Dennis J. Bregman and Alexander D. Langmuir -- The Rate of Heterosexual AIDS Is Exaggerated / Michael Fumento -- Women Are Not a High-Risk AIDS Group / Robert E. Gould -- Ch. 2: Has America Adequately Funded AIDS Research and Treatment? -- AIDS Funding: An Overview / Marlene Cimons -- Yes, American Has Adequately Funded AIDS: The Government's Funding for AIDS Is Adequate / Elizabeth M. Whelan -- America's Response to AIDS Is Adequate / Charles Krauthammer -- AIDS Funding Should Be Reduced / Michael Fumento -- No, America Has Not Adequately Funded AIDS: America's Response to AIDS Is Inadequate / Jessica Portner -- The U.S. Government Needs a National AIDS Policy / Robin Weiss -- Women with AIDS Need More Government Help / Peg Byron -- Ch. 3: Is AIDS Testing Necessary? -- AIDS Testing: An Overview / Ronald Bayer -- Yes, AIDS Testing is a Public Health Necessity: AIDS Testing Can Control the Spread of AIDS / Frank S. Rhame and Dennis G. Maki -- Health Care Workers and Patients Should Be Tested for AIDS / Marcia Angell -- High Risk Groups Should Be Tested for AIDS / Brenda Almond -- No, AIDS Testing Violates Civil Liberties: AIDS Testing Is Ineffective and Discriminatory / Sandor Katz -- Physicians Should Not Be Tested for AIDS / Larry Gostin -- Testing Immigrants for AIDS Is Harmful / Marc Ramirez --
  • Ch. 4: How Can AIDS Be Treated? -- AIDS Treatment: An Overview / Geoffrey Cowley, Mary Hager, and Ruth Marshall -- Medical Methods Can Effectively Treat AIDS: AZT and Other Drugs Prolong the Lives of AIDS Patients / Douglas Sery -- Vaccines May Effectively Treat Aids / Peter Radetsky -- Early Intervention Can Extend the Lives of AIDS Patients / Larry Josephs -- The CD4 Synthetic Protein Can Fight the AIDS Virus / Marilyn Chase -- Nonmedical Methods Can Effectively Treat AIDS: Positive Thinking Helps AIDS Patients / Mary Morton -- A Macrobiotic Diet Can Help People with AIDS / Tom Monte -- Acupuncture Can Help Treat AIDS / Leon Chaitow and Simon Martin -- Marijuana Can Help AIDS Patients / Robert Randall -- Ch. 5: How Can the Spread of AIDS Be Prevented? -- Using Condoms Can Help Prevent the Spread of AIDS / Robert A. Hatcher and Melissa Sammons Hughes -- Education Can Help Young Adults Avoid AIDS / Linda Marsa -- Partner Notification Can Control AIDS / Larry Katzenstein -- Needle-Exchange Programs Can Prevent Drug Users from Spreading AIDS / Rod Sorge -- Strict Regulation of Blood Supplies Can Prevent the Spread of AIDS / Theresa Crenshaw -- A National Sex Survey Could Target Groups for AIDS Education / Michael Specter -- Promoting Abstinence Will Stop AIDS / Herbert Ratner
Control code
183305
Dimensions
27 cm.
Extent
240 p.
Isbn
9780899085845
Isbn Type
(pap.)
Lccn
91030034
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm24246458
  • (OCoLC)24246458

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