About this work
In April 1984, Margaret Heckler, the American Secretary of Health and Human Services, announced that scientists had discovered the probable cause of AIDS, a cancer virus called HTLV3, and that a vaccine would be ready for testing in approximately two years. David Cook investigates the search for a vaccine against AIDS, and examines some of the ethical and practical issues involved.
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