AIDS search: one step behind a killer

Everything about AIDS looks as though it is contagious. Scientists think it is passed by “intimate contact” — shared drug needles, for example, or sexual intercourse. Which points to something carried by the bloodstream and that has a lot of health officials worried about the millions of people who give and receive blood. — The Age (feature reprinted from Science 83 magazine), 1 Aug 1983. (Full text via OCR)

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Australia's response to the AIDS epidemic, in real time, 30 years on.
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