Tuesday, April 5, 2011

C. Everett Koop: The Early Days of AIDS, As I Remember Them

via Forum for Collaborative HIV Research, by C. Everett Koop

In early 1981, when I was designated as surgeon general, I had never heard about AIDS. No one had heard about AIDS, and the handful of scientists who knew about immunodeficiency didn't even know what to call it, much less what it really was. AIDS entered the consciousness of the public health service quietly, gradually, and without fanfare.

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