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How AIDS Care Became The Way It Is

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Few people have a greater understanding of the history of HIV/AIDS and the evolution of treatment and patient care than Dr. Paul Volberding. He co-founded one of the first AIDS-designated clinics in the early 1980s and is the co-editor of the most widely used textbook of HIV medicine. Volberding speaks with guest host Linda Wertheimer during the International AIDS Conference in D.C.
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