HIV: the U.S. military experience.

D. S. Burke

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Abstract

We have tracked the prevalence, the incidence, and the acceleration of HIV infection within our populations. We have measured the efficacy of our control efforts in objective ways that are biological end points. And, more importantly, we are treating people who are infected in a compassionate and humane way.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationMedical Section proceedings : the . annual Meeting of the Medical Section of the American Council of Life Insurance. American Council of Life Insurance. Medical Section
Pages169-177
Number of pages9
StatePublished - 1990
Externally publishedYes

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Burke, D. S. (1990). HIV: the U.S. military experience. In Medical Section proceedings : the . annual Meeting of the Medical Section of the American Council of Life Insurance. American Council of Life Insurance. Medical Section (pp. 169-177)

HIV : the U.S. military experience. / Burke, D. S.

Medical Section proceedings : the . annual Meeting of the Medical Section of the American Council of Life Insurance. American Council of Life Insurance. Medical Section. 1990. p. 169-177.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Burke, DS 1990, HIV: the U.S. military experience. in Medical Section proceedings : the . annual Meeting of the Medical Section of the American Council of Life Insurance. American Council of Life Insurance. Medical Section. pp. 169-177.
Burke DS. HIV: the U.S. military experience. In Medical Section proceedings : the . annual Meeting of the Medical Section of the American Council of Life Insurance. American Council of Life Insurance. Medical Section. 1990. p. 169-177
Burke, D. S. / HIV : the U.S. military experience. Medical Section proceedings : the . annual Meeting of the Medical Section of the American Council of Life Insurance. American Council of Life Insurance. Medical Section. 1990. pp. 169-177
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