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Gay health workers from all over the US gathered in Denver in June for the Fifth National Lesbian/Gay Health Conference. Proceedings this year were dominated by the controversy surrounding AIDS and the challenge the disease presents to the American gay community.
CONCERN in the United States about acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) has been increased by reports that the disease has stricken four health care workers.
Scientists are about to start human tests of a potential AIDS treatment called interleukin-2. To date there have been 1737 confirmed cases of AIDS worldwide, and 678 deaths.
Yesterday’s Gay Freedom Day Parade in San Francisco was led by a group of people with AIDS marching behind the banner of the People with AIDS Alliance.