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news: 30 years of aids

The following lists many of the stories to come out in observance of the 30th anniversary of AIDS and UCSF's role:


The Desert Sun (Palm Springs)
May 24, 2011
The AIDS Patient Who Has Reportedly Been Cured

San Jose Mercury News
May 27, 2011
Hank Plante Returns to CBS 5 for Series on AIDS

San Francisco Chronicle
May 29, 2011
AIDS: Bay Area Leadership Brings Hope to Epidemic

Bay Area Reporter
June 2, 2011
AIDS Marches On

San Francisco Chronicle
June 5, 2011
HIV/AIDS Ward at SF General Has Come Long Way in 30 Years

Los Angeles Times
June 5, 2011
After 30 Years, the AIDS War Still Rages

San Francisco Chronicle
June 5, 2011
AIDS at 30: Strides in Care, Focus on Prevention

San Francisco Examiner
June 6, 2011
San Francisco AIDS Doctor Reflects on 30 Years of Virus


KQED California Report
June 3, 2011
AIDS at 30

KQED Forum
June 3, 2011
AIDS at 30

NPR Weekend Edition
June 5, 2011
As AIDS Turns 30, Scientists Reminisce


May 15, 2011
The Berlin Patient

KQED This Week in Northern California
May 27, 2011
AIDS: Thirty Years Later

May 31, 2011
AIDS at 30

June 2, 2011
A Look Back at 30 Years of AIDS

CBS Evening News
June 5, 2011
A "Functional Cure" for HIV?

KTVU Fox 2
June 5, 2011
CDC Issued First Report of AIDS 30 Years Ago


Agence France-Presse
May 30, 2011
Older AIDS Survivors Face New Challenges

June 2, 2011
Aging with AIDS: More Are Living Longer, Living with Loss


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