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HIV Treatment and Survival: Easy Language Version.

A shorter, simplified version of Bruce Mirken's in-depth article, "AIDS Treatment Improves Survival: Answering the 'AIDS Denialists'" (AIDS Treatment News #350, September 8, 2000) appears on the last two pages of this newsletter. We formatted it for easy copying so that service organizations can make copies for their clients. (We prefer "easy language" to the more common phrase "low literacy.")

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Date:Nov 3, 2000
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