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HEALTH: 'Nothing really new': Retrovirus meeting revisits old themes


The Washington Blade - February 16, 2001

Cornelius Baker has been on the frontlines of fighting the AIDS epidemic for as long as there's been a war against the disease. He's lobbied governments, led national groups, served on advisory committees, and today heads one of the nation's most respected Gay community clinics serving people with HIV. He knows the policies, the politics, and the medicine. And he's been to all the conferences, including last week's annual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, held Feb. 4-8 in Chicago. And what does Baker think came out of what some consider the "pre-eminent" AIDS medical conference last week?


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