AIDS: Public Policy and Biomedical Research
Hastings Center Report. 1985 Aug; 15(4): Suppl., 23-26.
The management of research related to acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is discussed as a question of public policy at the federal level. Issues addressed include the slowness of the biomedical community to recognize the problem and initiate research; the lack of integration among research efforts by different federal agencies; problems related to crisis management and scarce resources; inadequate exchange of technical information; and the failure to see AIDS as a long-term research problem with biomedical, social science, and economic dimensions. (KIE abstract)
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