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Finding Aid to the June E. Osborn Papers, 1954-2001 (bulk 1980-1995)

History of Medicine Division
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Encoded by John P. Rees


Summary Information
Title: June E. Osborn Papers
Creator: Osborn, June E., 1937-
Dates: 1954-2001 (bulk 1980-1995)
Extent: 8.34 linear feet (8 boxes)
Abstract:
Correspondence, reports, speeches, testimonies, hearings, audiovisual material, and biographical material primarily documents June Osborn's professional career as expert advisor in urgent health and medical issues -- including AIDS, virology, infectious diseases, vaccines, and public health policy -- for numerous government agencies including the National Institutes of Health, the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and as Chair of the National Commission on AIDS.

Call number: MS C 618
Language: Collection materials primarily in English
Location: History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine

Access Restrictions:

Portions of the collection are restricted according to HMD's Access to Health Information of Individuals policy. Contact the Reference Staff for information regarding access. For access to the policy and application form, please visit https://www.nlm.nih.gov/hmd/manuscripts/phi.pdf.

Copyright and Re-use Information

Donor's copyrights were transferred to the public domain. Archival collections often contain mixed copyrights; while NLM is the owner of the physical items, permission to examine collection materials is not an authorization to publish. These materials are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study. It is the user's responsibility to research and understand any applicable copyright and re-publication rights not allowed by fair use. NLM does not grant permissions to publish.

Privacy Information

Archives and manuscript collections may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in any collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications for which the National Library of Medicine assumes no responsibility.

Preferred Citation:

Osborn, June E.. June E. Osborn Papers. 1954-2001 (bulk 1980-1995). Located in: Archives and Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 618.

Provenance:

Gift, June Osborn, 8/25/2014. Acc. 2014-023.


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National Library of Medicine

Finding Aid to the June E. Osborn Papers, 1954-2001 (bulk 1980-1995)

History of Medicine Division
Processed by Greg Pike
Processing Completed Feb. 2016
Encoded by John P. Rees

Descriptive Summary

Osborn, June E., 1937-June E. Osborn Papers Dates: 1954-2001 (bulk 1980-1995)8.34 linear feet (8 boxes)MS C 618History of Medicine Division. National Library of MedicineCollection materials primarily in EnglishAbstract:Correspondence, reports, speeches, testimonies, hearings, audiovisual material, and biographical material primarily documents June Osborn's professional career as expert advisor in urgent health and medical issues -- including AIDS, virology, infectious diseases, vaccines, and public health policy -- for numerous government agencies including the National Institutes of Health, the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and as Chair of the National Commission on AIDS.Provenance:

Gift, June Osborn, 8/25/2014. Acc. 2014-023.

Access Restrictions:

Portions of the collection are restricted according to HMD's Access to Health Information of Individuals policy. Contact the Reference Staff for information regarding access. For access to the policy and application form, please visit https://www.nlm.nih.gov/hmd/manuscripts/phi.pdf.

Copyright and Re-use Information

Donor's copyrights were transferred to the public domain. Archival collections often contain mixed copyrights; while NLM is the owner of the physical items, permission to examine collection materials is not an authorization to publish. These materials are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study. It is the user's responsibility to research and understand any applicable copyright and re-publication rights not allowed by fair use. NLM does not grant permissions to publish.

Privacy Information

Archives and manuscript collections may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in any collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications for which the National Library of Medicine assumes no responsibility.

Preferred Citation:

Osborn, June E.. June E. Osborn Papers. 1954-2001 (bulk 1980-1995). Located in: Archives and Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 618.

Biographical Note

For more than 30 years, Dr. June E. (Elaine) Osborn has published research and served as expert advisor on a number of urgent health and medical issues -– including virology, infectious diseases, vaccines, and public health policy -– and worked with a number of national and international organizations including the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the World Health Organization (WHO). Her impact was most heavily felt during the 1980s and 1990s at the height of the disease that became known as AIDS. She was chairman of the National Commission on AIDS from 1989-1993, a member of the Global Commission on AIDS, and wrote numerous articles and gave many speeches on AIDS, the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), and the accompanying public health and policy issues.

Osborn was born May 28, 1937 in Endicott, New York to Leslie Varmus, then a professor of psychiatry, and Dora Wrist, a professor in childhood education at the University of Buffalo. In 1950, the family moved to Madison, Wisconsin, where her father became director of the state's mental hygiene department and professor of psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin, and her mother began a second career as a psychiatric social worker. Along with her older sister, Osborn was groomed to challenging careers for women at that time. After studying chemistry at Oberlin College in Ohio, Osborn realized she was better suited to a career in medicine, not as a physician, but as a professor and researcher. She began medical school at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland in 1957. It was while working with Dr. Frederick C. Robbins, who shared the 1954 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine for his work on the virus that causes polio that she too decided to focus on virology. After graduating from medical school, Osborn worked as an intern and resident in Harvard hospitals in Boston, and in 1964, began two years of research on viruses at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore and the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine in Pennsylvania. In 1966 she moved back to Madison to join the faculty of the University of Wisconsin medical school with appointments in microbiology and pediatrics. In 1975, she was appointed associate dean for biologic sciences at the University of Wisconsin Graduate School, and then in 1984, became Dean of the School of Public Health at the University of Michigan.

By the 1970s, the Administration of President Richard M. Nixon had begun opening doors for women to serve as scientific advisors to the government, a position that suited Osborn completely. While dealing with diseases such as influenza, hepatitis, and polio in the 1970s and early 1980s, Osborn served an advisor on vaccines to the CDC, the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

The government soon sought Osborn's help with the horrifying epidemic known as AIDS. By 1983, the first AIDS cases were being reported among people who had received transfusions of blood or blood products. In January 1984, the NIH asked Osborn to chair a special committee to help create policies for dealing with HIV and the nation's blood supply. She helped draw up guidelines for testing donated blood that the protected the privacy of donors while making the U.S. blood supply much safer.

Osborn's role in combating AIDS continued to grow. In 1988 she became a member of the WHO's Global Commission on AIDS and then one year later in 1989, the members of the National Commission on AIDS, elected her as their chairperson. The commission, an independent agency commissioned by Congress, was to advise the President and them on the AIDS epidemic and national policy. The commission generated numerous reports (most of which were topical), and were designed to be easily understood and reported on. The commission also held hearings in sites across the country (many of which were televised) as it gathered data and listened to witnesses. The commission's work culminated in their final report to the President and Congress in 1993 entitled, "AIDS: An Expanding Tragedy." Following her work with the commission, Osborn continued to serve as an AIDS and society advisor to the National Institutes of Health and worked with the WHO's Johnathan Mann and his Global AIDS Policy Coalition. Other positions included membership of the governing council of the Institute of Medicine (1995-2000), membership in the Academy of Arts and Sciences (elected in 1994) and the presidency of the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation (1996-2007).

Dr. Osborn has also been an active member of the boards of the Corporation for Supportive Housing in New York, the Legal Action Center in New York, and the Center for Health Care Strategies in Princeton, New Jersey. She has also chaired the Physician Leadership on National Drug Policy, an organization based at Brown University that brings a medical perspective to the United States substance abuse policy. She is President Emerita at the Macy Foundation and Professor Emerita at the University of Michigan.


Correspondence, reports, speeches, testimonies, hearings, audiovisual material, and biographical material (1954-2001, bulk 1980-1995) primarily documents Osborn's professional career as expert advisor in urgent health and medical issues -- including virology, infectious diseases, vaccines, and public health policy -- for numerous government agencies including the National Institutes of Health, the World Health Organization, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The bulk of the collection documents Dr. Osborn's policy advisory work on the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) on both the national and international level during the 1980s. This is reflected across most of the series particularly Series 2: Chairman, National Commission on AIDS (her position from 1989-1993), which includes the commission's official reports, transcripts of its hearings before Congress, legislation it helped enact, meetings it attended, and especially the correspondence between its members and letters received from the general public and interest groups. It is also shown in Series 4: International Advisory Activities, Series 5: Speeches, Lectures, and Testimonies, and Series 6: Writings. Series 7: Audiovisual Materials includes many of the NCA press conferences on the state of the disease as well as her appearance on national news shows to talk about AIDS, policies, and treatments.

A smaller part of the collections documents other public health concerns she dealt with including influenza, vaccine safety, and the safety of blood products, mostly while serving as advisor to the CDC and the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare during the 1970s-1980s: this material is found in Series 3: Other National Advisory Activities.

Another small part of the collection, Series 1: Personal and Biographical, primarily contains articles and clippings on Dr. Osborn and subject files relating to her numerous awards and honors (including several honorary doctorates in science).

Index Terms

These terms are indexed in the National Library of Medicine's online catalog LocatorPlus. Researchers wishing to find related materials should search the catalog using these terms.

    MESH Subjects

    • Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
    • Blood Safety
    • HIV
    • Influenza, Human
    • Public Health Administration
    • Public Policy
    • Vaccines
    Personal Names

    • Mann, Johnathan M.
    • Rogers, David E. (David Elliott), 1926-1994
    • Widdus, Roy
    Corporate Names

    • Centers for Disease Control (U.S.)
    • Global Programme on AIDS (World Health Organization)
    • National Institutes of Health (U.S.)
    • United States. Food and Drug Administration

    Series Descriptions

    Series 1: Personal and Biographical, 1954-1994 (bulk 1989-1993)101647507Y111 Curriculm vitae, 2007101647507X2

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    12-3 Articles and Clippings, 1989-1992101647507X3

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    Awards and Honors (Subject Files), 1989-1994101647507Y414 Honorary Degree, University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey, 1989 May 24101647507X5

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    15 Distinguished Leadership Award (College of Health Related Professions, University of Florida) [photos], 1991 Apr 17101647507X6

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    16 Distinguished Alumni Award (Case Western Reserve University, Medical Alumni Association), 1991 Jun 1101647507X7

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    17 Lester Breslow Award (California Museum of Science and Industry, Los Angeles, CA), 1992 Apr 6101647507X8

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    18 Honorary Doctorate of Medical Science, Yale University, 1992 May 24-25101647507X9

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    19 Stewart B. McKinney Foundation Circle of Care Award (Greenwich, CT), 1992 Jun 27101647507X10

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    110 John Alexander Prize (University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1992 Sep 29101647507X11

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    111 Association of American Medical Colleges Annual Meeting (New Orleans, LA), 1992 Nov 9101647507X12

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    112 American Foundation for AIDS Research (AmFAR) Awards Luncheon (New York, NY), 1992 Dec 1101647507X13

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    113 Mothers Voices Award Luncheon (New York, NY), 1993 May 4101647507X14

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    114 Honorary Doctorate of Science, Emory University, 1993 May 10101647507X15

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    115 Honorary Doctorate of Science, Oberlin College, 1993 May 31101647507X16

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    116 Lifetime Humanitarian Award (Insitute for Advanced Studies in Immunology and Aging, Washington, DC), 1993 Jun 2101647507X17

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    117 Installation of Chancellor, University of Nebraska Medical Center, 1993 Aug 20101647507X18

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    118 Scientific Freedom and Responsibility Award (American Association for the Advancement of Science), 1994 Feb 21101647507X19

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    119 Honorary Doctorate in Science, Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1994 May 14101647507X20

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    120 Honorary Doctorate of Science, Rutgers University, 1994 May 19101647507X21

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    121 Correspondence, 1984-1985; 1991-1992101647507X22

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    Photographs, 1954-1965101647507Y23122 High School Diploma (Madison, WI) [reproduction], 1954101647507X24

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    123 June Osborn, [ca. 1957]101647507X25

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    124 Medical Diploma (Case Western Reserve University) [reproduction], 1961101647507X26

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    125 Medical Diploma (State of Ohio) [reproduction], 1961101647507X27

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    126 Pathology Intern Certification (Children's Hospital Medical Center, Boston, MA) [reproduction], 1962101647507X28

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    127 Passport Photos, 1965101647507X29

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    128 Position Nominations, 1986-1993101647507X30

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    Born Digital Archive-It web archive, top results for "Dr. June E. Osborn" Google search conducted by HMD staff, 2016 May 24101647507X31

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    Series 2: Chairman, National Commission on AIDS, 1989-1993101647507Y32 Administrative, 1989-1993101647507Y33129 Background Information, 1989-1991101647507X34

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    130 Budgetary Information, 1992-1993101647507X35

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    131 Executive Committee, 1992101647507X36

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    Correspondence, 1989-1993101647507Y37132 A - C, 1989-1992101647507X38

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    133 Ahrens, Diane, 1989-1992101647507X39

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    134 Allen, Scott, 1992101647507X40

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    135 Byrnes, Maureen, 1989-1991101647507X41

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    136 Dalton, Harlon, 1991-1993101647507X42

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    137 Diaz, Eunice, 1991101647507X43

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    138 Goldman, Donald S., 1985, 1990-1993101647507X44

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    139 J - R, 1989-1993101647507X45

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    140 Kessler, Larry, 1989-1992101647507X46

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    141 Konigsberg, Charles, 1990-1992101647507X47

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    142 Mason, Belinda, 1991-1992101647507X48

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    143 Rogers, David E., 1989-1993101647507X49

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    144 S - Z, 1989-1993101647507X50

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    145-46 Widdus, Ray, 1991-1993101647507X51

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    Hearings and Testimonies, 1990-1993101647507Y52147 Testimony Before the Task Force on Human Resources Committee on the Budget, U.S. House of Representatives, 1990101647507X53

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    148 January Hearing and Site Visit (Los Angeles, CA), 1990 Jan 26-27101647507X54

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    149 Testimony Before the Subcommittee on Labor, HHS, Education, and Related Agencies, Senate Committee on Appropriations, 1990 Feb 28101647507X55

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    150 Hearing, HIV Disease and Asian, Asian-American, and Pacific-Islander Communities (San Francisco, CA), 1991 May 16-17101647507X56

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    151 Hearing, Women and HIV Disease (Denver, CO), 1991 Jun 5-7101647507X57

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    152 Testimony Before the Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control, U.S. House of Representatives, 1991 Oct 17101647507X58

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    153 Testimony Before the Subcommittee on Labor, HHS, Education, and Related Agencies, Senate Committee on Appropriations, 1992 Apr 9101647507X59

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    154 The Financial Impact of AIDS on the U.S. Health Care System, 1992 Dec 14101647507X60

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    155 Hearing, Prevention Strategies in the Schools and Workplace Current Challenges, 1992 Dec 17101647507X61

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    156 Hearing, AIDS in the Workplace, 1993 Mar 10101647507X62

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    Legislation, 1989-1993101647507Y63157 Americans With Disabilities Act, 1989-1990101647507X64

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    158 AIDS Prevention Act, 1990101647507X65

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    159 Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency (CARE) Act, 1990-1993101647507X66

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    Meetings, 1989-1993101647507Y6721 Think Tank Forum, AIDS in Puerto Rico and Among the Puerto Rican Population on the Mainland (Washington, DC), 1989 Aug 28-29101647507X68

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    22 Business Meeting, 1989 Nov 2-3101647507X69

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    23 World AIDS Day (Pan American Health Organization, Washington, DC), 1989 Dec 1101647507X70

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    24 Site Visit (New York, New York), 1990 Feb 26101647507X71

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    25 Business Meeting (PAHO, Washington, DC), 1990 Mar 15-16101647507X72

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    26 National Business Leadership Conference on AIDS, 1990 Mar 29101647507X73

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    27 Site Visit (Macon, GA), 1990 Apr 17101647507X74

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    28 Working Group on Social/Human Issues (Dallas, TX), 1990 Jul 9101647507X75

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    29 Working Group on Social/Human Issues (Seattle, WA), 1990 Jul 30-31101647507X76

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    210 HIV Infection and AIDS in Correctional Facilities (Site Visit, New York, NY), 1990 Aug 16-17101647507X77

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    211 Public Health and the HIV Epidemic (Working Group on Social/Human Issues, Washington, DC), 1990 Sep 17-18101647507X78

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    212 HIV Disease and the Native American Communities (Site Visit, Oklahoma), 1991 Feb 27-28101647507X79

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    213 Business Meeting (Washington, DC), 1991 Apr 22-23101647507X80

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    214 Business Meeting (Alexandria, VA), 1991 Jul 10101647507X81

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    215 Housing and the HIV/AIDS Epidemic (Boston, MA), 1992 Mar 2-3101647507X82

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    216 Sex, Society, and the HIV Epidemic (New Orleans, LA), 1992 May 18-19101647507X83

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    217 Communication and the HIV Epidemic (Kansas City, MO), 1992 Jun 15-16101647507X84

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    218 Meeting with DHHS Secretary Louis Sullivan, 1992 Jun 24101647507X85

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    219 Business Meeting (Washington, DC), 1992 Sep 14101647507X86

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    220 Congressional Black Caucus Health Braintrust (Washington, DC), 1992 Sep 25101647507X87

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    221 An Agenda for AIDS: Actions Needed in Early 1993 (Washington, DC), 1992 Nov 17-18101647507X88

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    222 Business Meeting (Washington, DC), 1993 Feb 12101647507X89

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    223 Business Meeting (Washington, DC), 1993 Apr 28101647507X90

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    224 NIH HIV/AIDS Information Services Conference (Meeting with Donna Shalala) (Bethesda, MD), 1993 Jun101647507X91

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    225 Future Directions in AIDS Research (Madison, WI), 1993 July 30-31101647507X92

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    226 Future Directions in AIDS Research (Boston, MA), 1993 Nov 21-23101647507X93

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    Reports, 1989-1993101647507Y94227 Failure of U.S. Health Care System to Deal With HIV Epidemic (First Interim Report), 1989 Dec101647507X95

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    228 Leadership, Legislation and Regulation (Second Interim Report), 1990 Apr101647507X96

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    229 Research, the Workforce and the HIV Epidemic in Rural America (Third Interim Report), 1990 Aug101647507X97

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    230 (First) Annual Report to the President and Congress, 1990 Aug101647507X98

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    231 HIV Disease in Correctional Facilities (Fourth Interim Report), 1991 Mar101647507X99

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    232 The Twin Epidemics of Substance Use and HIV (Fifth Interim Report), 1991 Aug101647507X100

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    233 Financing Health Care for Persons with HIV Disease: Policy Options (Technical Report), 1991 Aug101647507X101

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    234 America Living With AIDS (Second Annual Report to the President and Congress), 1991 Sep101647507X102

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    235 The HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Puerto Rico (Sixth Interim Report), 1992 Jun101647507X103

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    236 Housing and the HIV/AIDS Epidemic (Seventh Interim Report), 1992 Jul101647507X104

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    237 Preventing HIV Transmission in Health Care Settings (Eighth Interim Report), 1992 Jul101647507X105

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    238 The Challenge of HIV/AIDS in Communities of Color (Ninth Interim Report), 1992 Dec101647507X106

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    239 Mobilizing America's Response to AIDS: Recommendations to President Clinton (Tenth Interim Report), 1993 Jan101647507X107

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    240 HIV/AIDS: A Challenge for the Workplace (Eleventh Interim Report), 1993 Jun101647507X108

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    241 Preventing HIV Infection in Adolescents (Twelth Interim Report), 1993 Jun101647507X109

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    242 The Challenge of HIV/AIDS in Ethnic Communities, 1993 Jun101647507X110

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    243 Behavioral and Social Sciences and the HIV/AIDS Epidemic (Thirteenth Interim Report), 1993 Jul101647507X111

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    244 AIDS: An Expanding Tragedy (Final Report to the President and Congress), 1993 Jun101647507X112

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    Statements, 1989-1993101647507Y11331 Support for Americans With Disabilities Act, 1989 Sep 6101647507X114

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    32 Statement on the FY 1990 Appropriations, 1989 Sep 19101647507X115

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    33 Support for the Goal of Treatment on Demand for Drug Users, 1989 Sep 26101647507X116

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    34 Support for Continued Funding of Research on Effectiveness of Bleach Distribution to Control HIV, 1989 Nov 7101647507X117

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    35 Resolution on U.S. Visa and Immigration Policy, 1989 Dec 12101647507X118

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    36 Endorsement of Principles and Objectives of Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency (CARE) Act of 1990, 1990 Mar 6101647507X119

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    37 Statement That Epidemic May Have Peaked in 1988, 1990 Mar 15101647507X120

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    38 Statement on the AIDS Prevention Act (HR 4470) and the Medicaid AIDS and HIV Amendments Act (HR 4080), 1990 May 11101647507X121

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    39 Statement on the Commission's Stand on Immigration, 1991 Jul101647507X122

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    310 Statement of the Commission's Stand on HIV Testing in the Health Care Workplace, 1991 Jul 11101647507X123

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    311 Amicus Curiae Brief by the Commission -- Haitian Centers Council Inc. et al v. Gene McNary, Commissioner, INS, et al, 1992 Apr101647507X124

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    312 Statement on the Meeting Between the National Commission on AIDS and the Secretary of Health and Human Services, 1992 Jun 25101647507X125

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    313 Statement on the Resignation of Magic Johnson from the Commission, 1992 Sep 24101647507X126

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    314 Statement on Strengthening of the NIH Office of AIDS Research, 1993 Jan 28101647507X127

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    315 Statement on Immigration Policy, 1993 Feb 11101647507X128

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    316 Statement on GAO Needle-Sharing Report, 1993 Mar 25101647507X129

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    Subject Files, 1989-1993101647507Y130317 Adolescents, 1989-1992101647507X131

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    318 CDC Definitions, 1991-1993101647507X132

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    319 Drug Treatments, 1989-1992101647507X133

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    320 Earvin "Magic" Johnson, 1991-1992101647507X134

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    321 Health Care Workers, 1990-1992101647507X135

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    322 Needle Exchange, 1988-1993101647507X136

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    323 Rural Health, 1990-1991101647507X137

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    324 Transition, 1992-1993101647507X138

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    325 Women, 1989-1992101647507X139

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    Series 3: Other National Advisory Activities, 1975-1998 (bulk 1978-1988)101647507Y140326 Agency for International Development, 1987-1989101647507X141

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    327 American Red Cross, 1992101647507X142

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    328 American Society for Newspapers Editors, 1987101647507X143

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    Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 1977-1978, 1992, 1997101647507Y144329 Influenza Workshop, 1977 Oct101647507X145

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    330 Briefing and Discussion on Influenza A/USSR/1977 (H1N1), 1977 Dec 22101647507X146

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    331 Influenza Virus Vaccine Workshop, 1978 Jan 12101647507X147

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    332 Conference on Influenza/USSR/1977 (H1N1), 1978 Jan 30101647507X148

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    333 Meeting on Case Definition, 1992 Sep101647507X149

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    334 National Vaccine Advisory Committee, 1997 Jan101647507X150

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    Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (Advisory Committee on Influenza), 1978-1979101647507Y151335 Secretary's (Califano) Conference on Influenza, 1978 Jul 26101647507X152

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    336 Surgeon General's Meeting on Influenza, 1979 Feb 12101647507X153

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    337 Secretary's (Califano) Conference on Influenza, 1979 Mar 6101647507X154

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    Food and Drug Administration (FDA), 1975-1983101647507Y155 Viral and Rickettsial Vaccines Review Panel, 1975-1980101647507Y156338 Panel Proceedings, 1975 Feb-Apr101647507X157

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    339-40 Morris [J. Anthony] Investigation, 1976-1978101647507X158

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    341 Final Report -- Vaccine Safety, Efficacy, and Labeling, 1977 Sep101647507X159

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    342 Proposed Implementation of Efficacy Review (Federal Register), 1980 Apr 15101647507X160

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    343 Vaccines (and Related Biological Products) Advisory Committee, 1980-1989101647507X161

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    344 Blood and Blood Products Advisory Committee, 1983-1984, 1995101647507X162

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    Workshops, 1980-1983101647507Y163345 Bacterial Vaccines, 1980 Sep101647507X164

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    346 Hepatitis B, 1980 Oct101647507X165

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    347 Rabies, 1980 Oct101647507X166

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    348 Pertussis, 1982 Feb101647507X167

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    349 Polio, 1983 Mar101647507X168

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    Institute of Medicine (IOM), 1985, 1990-1991, 1995101647507Y169350 Annual Meeting (Plenary Speech), 1985 Oct 16101647507X170

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    351 Roundtable for the Development of Drugs and Vaccines Against AIDS, 1990 Jan 22101647507X171

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    352 Committee on Microbial Threats to Health, 1991 Jan101647507X172

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    353 Annual Meeting (25th Anniversary, Co-Chair/Opening Remarks), 1995 Oct101647507X173

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    41 Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 1993-1998101647507X174

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    42 Los Angeles Department of Health, 1986101647507X175

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    National Institutes of Health (NIH), 1977-1998101647507Y176 Experimental Virology Study Session [grant review narratives], 1977-1979101647507Y177811977 Mar101647507X178Access Restrictions:

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    National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), 1984-1988101647507Y185 AIDS Ad Hoc Working Group Meetings, 1984-1988101647507Y1864101984 Sep 10-11101647507X187

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    4111985 Mar 11101647507X188

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    4121985 Oct 25101647507X189

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    4131986 Apr 4101647507X190

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    4141986 Oct 24101647507X191

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    4151987 Apr 12101647507X192

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    4161987 Nov 2101647507X193

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    4171988 May 2101647507X194

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    4181988 Nov 28101647507X195

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    419 Blood Diseases and Resources Advisory Committee, 1984 Apr101647507X196

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    420 San Francisco Site Visit, 1986 Feb 19-20101647507X197

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    421 Transfusion Safety Study, 1988 Mar 18101647507X198

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    National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, 1980, 1997101647507Y199422 Sexually Transmitted Diseases Study Group, 1980 Jan101647507X200

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    423 Panel to Review Studies of Transplacental Carciogenesis of AZT, 1997 Jan101647507X201

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    424 National Institute on Drug Abuse, 1998 Feb101647507X202

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    Series 4: International Advisory Activities, 1985-1994101647507Y203 World Health Organization (WHO), 1986-1992101647507Y204425 Working Group Meeting on Global Blood Safety (Geneva, Switzerland), 1986 Apr 13-19101647507X205

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    426 International Symposium on Vaccine Development and Utilization (Washington, DC), 1986 Jun 9-10101647507X206

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    427 Consultation, International Travel and HIV Infection (Geneva, Switzerland), 1987 Mar 2-3101647507X207

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    428 Consultation, HIV-Screening Programs (Geneva, Switzerland), 1987 May 20101647507X208

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    429 Joint WHO/Australian Inter-Regional Ministerial Meeting on AIDS (Sydney, Australia), 1987 Jul 21-24101647507X209

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    430 Consultation, Neuro-Psychiatric Aspects of HIV Inspection (Geneva, Switzerland), 1988 Mar 14-17101647507X210

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    431 Consultation, Impact of Technological Development on AIDS Prevention and Control Strategies (Boston, Massachusetts), 1988 Jun 26-27101647507X211

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    432 Consultation, Partner Notifcation for Preventing HIV Infection (Geneva, Switzerland), 1989 Jan 11-13101647507X212

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    433 Global Commission on AIDS (First Meeting) (Geneva, Switzerland), 1989 Mar 29-31101647507X213

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    434 Global Commission on AIDS (Second Meeting) (Braazaville, Congo), 1989 Nov 8-10101647507X214

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    435 Working Group Meeting on Bisexuality and HIV/AIDS (Utrecht, The Netherlands), 1989 Dec 18-20101647507X215

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    436 Global Commission on AIDS (Third Meeting) (Geneva, Switzerland), 1990 Mar 22-23101647507X216

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    437 Global Commission on AIDS (Fourth Meeting) (Geneva, Switzerland), 1991 Jun 5-7101647507X217

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    438 Global Commission on AIDS (Fifth Meeting) (Geneva, Switzerland), 1992 Apr 1-3101647507X218

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    Global Aids Policy Coalition, 1989-1993101647507Y219439 AIDS 2001 Meeting (Annecy, France), 1989 Apr 22-23101647507X220

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    440 Steering Committee Meeting (Boston, MA), 1991 Sep 30-Oct 1101647507X221

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    441 AIDS Health and Human Rights Colloquium (Annecy, France), 1993 Jun 18-20101647507X222

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    International AIDS Meetings, 1987-1994101647507Y223442 Third (Washington, DC), 1987 Jun 1-5101647507X224

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    443 Fourth (Stockholm, Sweden), 1988 Jun 12-16101647507X225

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    444 Fifth (Montreal, Quebec, Canada), 1989 Jun 4-9101647507X226

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    445 Sixth (San Francisco, CA), 1990 Jun 20-24101647507X227

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    446 Seventh (Florence, Italy), 1991 Jun 16-21101647507X228

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    447 Eighth (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 1992 Jul 19-24101647507X229

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    448 Ninth (Berlin, Germany), 1993 Jun 7-11101647507X230

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    449 Tenth (Yokohama, Japan), 1994 Aug 7-12101647507X231

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    Other International Health Activities, 1985-1993101647507Y232450 United Arab Emirates (Consultant on AIDS and Public Health), 1985-1991101647507X233

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    451 Egyptian Academy of Sciences (Consultant on AIDS), 1989 Feb 25-Mar 4101647507X234

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    452 Royal College of Medicine (West Sussex, England), 1990 Dec 10-14101647507X235

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    453 South Africa Visit (Kaiser Family Foundation), 1993 Nov101647507X236

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    Series 5: Speeches, Lectures, and Testimonies, 1978; 1985-2001 (bulk 1986-1999)101647507Y237454 Precise Viral Diagnosis - Why Bother!? (Symposium on Diagnosis of Viral Infections, Eastern Pennsylvania Branch - American Society of Microbiology, Philadelphia, PA), 1978 Nov 9101647507X238

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    455 [Untitled Institute of Medicine (IOM) speech], 1985101647507X239

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    456 Untitled Talk on Co-Factors (National Institute of Mental Health Seminar, Washington, DC), 1986 Feb 26101647507X240

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    457 The AIDS Epidemic: A Challenge for the 1990s (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC), 1986 Apr 5101647507X241

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    458 Management and the AIDS Epidemic (Washington Business Group on Health, Washington, DC), 1986 May 6101647507X242

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    459 Lula's God: A Participant's View of the AIDS Epidemic (Northern New Jersey Chapter of the World Future Society), 1986 Oct 24101647507X243

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    460 Public Approaches to the Control of AIDS (Wesleyan University AIDS Conference, Middleton, CT), 1986 Nov 1101647507X244

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    461 Vaccine, Treatment, and Education as Strategies for AIDS (Harvard Policy Group Talk, Cambridge, MA), 1987 Jan 21101647507X245

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    462 Testimony Before the Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Health and the Environment, U.S. House of Representatives, 1987 Feb 10101647507X246

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    463 Pray for a Little Boredom (Southern ALMACA Meeting, New Orleans, LA), 1987 Feb 23101647507X247

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    464 Pray for a Little Boredom (Epidemics, Pandemics, and Mass Hysteria: From Antiquity to AIDS Conference, Kauai, HI)", 1987 Mar 20101647507X248

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    465 AIDS: An International Problem Today and in The Future (Third National Forum on Human Resources Planning, Hunt Valley, MD), 1987 May 14101647507X249

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    466 Ethical Issues Raised by AIDS (Annual Meeting, Royal Society of Canada, Hamilton, Ontario), 1987 Jun 1101647507X250

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    467 Trouble in the Human Family: Social and Economic Aspects of the AIDS Epidemic (Connecticut Public Health Association Meeting, Meriden, CT), 1987 Sep 30101647507X251

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    468 Luncheon Speech, National Mayors' Conference on AIDS (New York City, NY), 1987 Oct 19101647507X252

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    469 AIDS: Politics and Science (Michigan Health Policy Forum), 1987 Oct 29101647507X253

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    470 AIDS and the Medical Schools (Annual Meeting, Association of American Medical Colleges, Washington, DC)", 1987 Nov 8101647507X254

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    471 AIDS and Public Policy (First Annual Hospital Symposium on AIDS, Chicago, IL), 1987 Dec 3101647507X255

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    51 AIDS Research and the Demand for Information on Human Sexuality: Commentary and General Discussion (AIDS and Sex: An Integrated Biomedical and Biobehavioral Approach Conference, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN), 1987 Dec 5101647507X256

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    52 The Social Challenges of AIDS: An Overview (Ford Foundation Board of Trustees), 1987 Dec 10101647507X257

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    53 Organizing the Public Health Response to AIDS: Role of an AIDS Vaccine (Institute of Medicine, Washington, DC), 1987 Dec 15101647507X258

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    54 AIDS: Prognosis and Policy (Conference on AIDS, Lansing, MI), 1988 Jan 20101647507X259

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    55 Public Health: A Time of Opportunity (38th Annual Director's Conference, Ann Arbor, MI), 1988 Feb 9101647507X260

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    56 Prevention Issues and the Health of the Public (Pennsylvania State University), 1988 Feb 18101647507X261

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    57 Epilogue: Charting the Future Course: Virology (Transfusion-Associated Infections and Immune Response Symposium, San Francisco, CA), 1988 Mar 21101647507X262

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    58 AIDS: Politics and Science (McInally Lecture, University of Michigan School of Business Administration), 1988 Apr 5101647507X263

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    59 Testimony before the Senate Committee on Government Affairs, 1988 Jun 6101647507X264

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    510 A Risk Assessment of the AIDS Epidemic (Brookings Institution, Washington, DC), 1988 Jun 23101647507X265

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    511 AIDS: Politics and Science (Philadelphia, PA), 1988 Jun 24101647507X266

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    512 The AIDS Epidemic -- An Urgent Mandate for Education (Conference on AIDS, Mercy Center, Farmington Hills, MI), 1988 Oct 21101647507X267

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    513 AIDS and Public Policy (Katharine D. McCormick Lecture, Stanford University Medical School, Palo Alto, CA), 1988 Oct 25101647507X268

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    514 Who's Responsible? (National Health Care Forum, Washington, DC), 1989 Apr 7101647507X269

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    515 AIDS and Public Policy (Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA), 1989 May 4101647507X270

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    516 AIDS: The Challenge to Health Care (Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH), 1989 May 10101647507X271

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    517 AIDS: People, Politics, and Prejudice, 1989 May 25101647507X272

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    518 AIDS: An Overview of What's New (Council on Foundations Workshop, Washington, DC), 1989 Jun 21101647507X273

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    519 AIDS: People, Politics, and Prejudice (Strategies for Lesbian and Gay Health Care in the 90s Symposium, American Association of Physicians for Human Rights/Bay Area Physicians for Human Rights, San Francisco, CA), 1989 Aug 26101647507X274

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    520 The AIDS Epidemic: An Overview (President's Club Weekend, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI), 1989 Oct 6101647507X275

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    521 Public Health: Considerations and Tradeoffs (Institute of Medicine Conference), 1989 Nov 1101647507X276

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    522 AIDS in the 1990s (Fourth National Forum on AIDS and Hepatitis B, Washington, DC), 1989 Nov 20101647507X277

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    523 AIDS in the 1990s: Nightmares and Visions (National AIDS Program Meeting, New York), 1989 Dec 9101647507X278

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    524 Testimony Before the Task Force on Human Resources Committee on the Budget, U.S. House of Representatives, [1990 Jan]101647507X279

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    525 A Status Report on AIDS in a Bad Budget Year (Economic Club of Grand Rapids, MI), 1990 Feb 5101647507X280

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    526 A Vaccine is of No Use In Its Bottle (NAIEP National Communications Conference, New Orleans, LA), 1990 Feb 13101647507X281

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    527 AIDS: Implications of Current Developments (Director's Conference, MDPH, Lansing, MI), 1990 Feb 13, 22101647507X282

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    528 Clinical Application of Biomedical Knowledge (Symposium on Craniofacial Growth, Ann Arbor, MI), 1990 Feb 23101647507X283

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    529 AIDS in the 1990s (Annual Meeting, Association of University Programs in Health Administration, Arlington, VA), 1990 Mar 30101647507X284

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    530 AIDS: Policies for Coping with Disaster (AIDS Symposium at the Johns Hopkins Centennial, Baltimore, MD), 1990 Apr 3101647507X285

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    531 Testimony Before the U.S. House Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Labor, HHS, Education and Related Agencies (National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, Washington, DC), 1990 Apr 3101647507X286

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    532 Contributions of Schools of Public Health: The AIDS Epidemic (Testimony to U.S. Senators Durenberger and Kennedy, Washington, DC), 1990 Apr 24101647507X287

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    533 AIDS and the Family (Hattie Alexander Lecture, Columbia University Medical School, New York, NY), 1990 Apr 27101647507X288

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    534 AIDS and the Family (Annual Conference, National Parents Council on AIDS, Phoenix, AZ), 1990 May 14101647507X289

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    535 AIDS in the 1990s (State of the State Conference, Durham, NC), 1990 Jun 7101647507X290

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    536 Science and Public Health (Sixth International Conference on AIDS, San Francisco, CA), 1990 Jun 20101647507X291

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    537 AIDS: A Family Affair (New Mexico HIV Services Symposium, Montezuma, NM), 1990 Jun 27101647507X292

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    538 AIDS in the 1990s (Fourth International Conference on AIDS Education, San Juan, PR), 1990 Aug 6101647507X293

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    539 AIDS and the Private Sector (New England Conference of CEOs, Salem, MA), 1990 Sep 25101647507X294

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    540 AIDS in the Year 2000 (Morehouse School of Medicine AIDS Symposium), 1990 Sep 28101647507X295

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    541 What Could We Do with an AIDS Vaccine? (Wade Hampton Frost Lecture), 1990 Oct 1101647507X296

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    542 A Status Report on AIDS in a Bad Budget Year (First Bren Symposium, Irvine, CA), 1990 Oct 13101647507X297

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    543 Reflections on the AIDS Epidemic and the Magic of Words (Fourth Annual Delaware AIDS Conference, Wilmington, DE), 1990 Oct 16101647507X298

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    544 Women and AIDS: The Silent Epidemic?, 1990 Oct 16101647507X299

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    545 The AIDS Epidemic as a Window on Changing Demographic, Environmental and Community Needs (Fifth World Conference on Medical Education, Rancho Mirage, CA), 1990 Oct 25101647507X300

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    546 What Have We Learned About Protective Immunity from HIV (Ontario Centennial Health Symposium), 1990 Nov 7101647507X301

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    547 Past Accomplishments and Future Directions of the National Commission on AIDS (Public Health Service HIV Leadership Group Meeting, Washington, DC), 1990 Nov 26101647507X302

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    548 Reflections on the AIDS Epidemic and the Magic of Words (Midwest Conference on AIDS, Detroit, MI), 1990 Dec 13101647507X303

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    549 AIDS and Public Policy (Annual Meeting, AMSPDC, San Diego, CA), 1991 Mar 10101647507X304

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    550 AIDS and Public Policy (Virginia Tech University), 1991 Mar 22101647507X305

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    551 Science Policy: Ethics and Priorities (Emory University Speakers Forum, Atlanta, GA), 1991 Apr 3101647507X306

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    552 Science, Ethics, and Policy (Milwaukee, WI), 1991 Apr 11101647507X307

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    553 The Need to Care (Pittsburgh, PA), 1991 Apr 27101647507X308

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    554 AIDS and Public Policy (AIDS Conference, Management of HIV Disease for the Primary Care Physician, New Orleans, LA), 1991 May 9101647507X309

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    555 Case Western University Medical School Commencement (Cleveland, OH), 1991 May 27101647507X310

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    556 AIDS: The Uses and Limitations of Sciences (UTMB Centennial Symposium, Galveston, TX), 1991 May 31101647507X311

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    557 The Need to Care (Biennial Meeting, National League for Nursing, Nashville, TN), 1991 Jun 10101647507X312

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    558 Influenza A: 1918, 1976, 1991 Sep101647507X313

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    559 Introductory Remarks, American College of Dentistry Commencement, 1991 Oct 4101647507X314

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    560 Introductory Remarks, South Carolina Conference on HIV and Substance Abuse (Columbia, SC), 1991 Oct 9101647507X315

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    561 Human Rights in the Era of AIDS (Annual Meeting, Fulbright Association, Washington, DC), 1991 Oct 13101647507X316

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    562 AIDS in the Second Decade (First Western Regional Conference on Women and HIV, San Diego, CA), 1991 Oct 25101647507X317

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    563 The Second Decade of AIDS (Gehrmann Lecture, American College of Occupational Medicine, St. Louis, MO), 1991 Oct 30101647507X318

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    564 Keynote Address, Bailey Boushay House Dedication Ceremony, Seattle WA), 1992 Jan 12101647507X319

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    565 Public Policy and Public Health (Los Angeles, CA), 1992 Apr 6101647507X320

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    566 New York Obstetrical Society Meeting (Columbia University, New York, NY), 1992 Apr 10101647507X321

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    567 International AIDS Epidemic and the U.S. Response (Kennedy School AIDS Forum, Cambridge, MA), 1992 Apr 16101647507X322

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    568 The Second Decade of AIDS (Iowa Academy of Sciences), 1992 Apr 24101647507X323

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    569 The Changing Face of Public Health (Massachusetts Medical Society, Waltham, MA), 1992 May 9101647507X324

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    570 The Second Decade of AIDS (University of Alabama), 1992 May 13101647507X325

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    571 The Prospects for Practical Use of an HIV Vaccine (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), 1992 Jul101647507X326

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    572 AIDS: Science, Medicine, and Metaphor (John Alexander Lecture, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine), 1992 Sep 29101647507X327

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    573 Keynote Address, Design Industries Foundation for AIDS Annual Meeting (Washington, DC), 1992 Oct 9101647507X328

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    574 Public Policy and the HIV Epidemic (Baltimore, MD), 1992 Oct 27101647507X329

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    575 Public Health, AIDS, and Society (Fae Golden Kass Lecture), 1993 Feb 24101647507X330

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    576 Public Health, AIDS, and Society (Memorial Symposium in Honor of Richard D. Remington), 1993 Mar 19101647507X331

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    577 AIDS and Public Policy (Tribute to Edward Mortimer, Jr., M.D., Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH), 1993 Apr 2101647507X332

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    578 Basic Research in the AIDS Epidemic (New Frontiers in Biomedical Research Symposium, Penn State College of Medicine, Hershey, PA), 1993 Apr 15101647507X333

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    579 The Health of the Public (Commencement Address, Emory School of Public Health), 1993 May 10101647507X334

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    580 Women and HIV/AIDS: Status of the Epidemic (Detroit, MI), 1993 May 14101647507X335

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    581 Oberlin University Commencement, 1993 May 31101647507X336

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    582 Keynote Address, NIH HIV/AIDS Information Services Center (National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD), 1993 Jun 28101647507X337

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    583 Findings of the National Commission on AIDS (AIDS Advisory Group), 1993 Jun 24101647507X338

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    584 Population-Based Medicine and the Health of the Public (Installation Ceremony of the Chancellor of the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE), 1993 Aug 20101647507X339

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    585 Medical Research and the AIDS Epidemic (Baylor College of Medicine, Waco, TX), 1993 Sep 16101647507X340

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    586 Raymond Pruitt Lecture (Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN), 1993 Nov 1101647507X341

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    587 Is There a Crisis in American Health Care? (Stony Brook Medical School, Stony Brook, NY), 1994 Jan 20101647507X342

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    588 Positioning the Threshold Efficacy Debate: HIV Preventive Vaccine Efficacy Trials in the Context of an Epidemic (AIDS Action Foundation Steering Committee Meeting, Santa Monica, CA), 1994 Feb 1101647507X343

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    589 AIDS and Public Policy: Old and New Issues (Costa Mesa, CA), 1994 Mar 14101647507X344

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    590 AIDS in Your Future (AOA Lecture, Case Western Reserve Medical School, Cleveland, OH), 1994 Apr 13101647507X345

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    591 Is There a Crisis in American Health Care? (Winthrop Rockefeller Lecture, Little Rock, AR), 1994 Apr 18101647507X346

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    592 Update on AIDS: April 1994 (University of Maryland), 1994 Apr101647507X347

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    593 Medicine and the Health of the Public (Commencement, Medical College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA), 1994 May 14101647507X348

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    594 AIDS, Education, and Public Policy (San Antonio, TX), 1994 May 15101647507X349

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    595 Medicine and Public Health: The Perils of Incomplete Reform (James C. Hemphill Lecture), 1994 Sep 21101647507X350

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    596 Health and Human Rights: An Inseparable Synergy (Summary Comments, First International Conference on Health and Human Rights, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA), 1994 Sep101647507X351

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    597 Biomedical Research At A Crossroads (University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI), 1994 Oct 12101647507X352

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    598 The AIDS Epidemic and the National Commission on AIDS (Springfield, IL), 1994 Nov 2101647507X353

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    599 AIDS in the Second Decade (Keynote Address, Stanford University HIV/AIDS Forum, Stanford, CA), 1995 Mar 18101647507X354

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    5100 Women's Health and Sexual Behavior (National Press Club, Washington, DC), 1995 Apr 25101647507X355

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    5101 AIDS and Public Policy: What's Happening? (Medical Grand Rounds, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN), 1995 May 3101647507X356

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    5102 HIV/AIDS and Human Rights, 1995 Aug 7101647507X357

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    5103 The AIDS Epidemic: Science in the Nick of Time? (John W. Bullard Lecture, Uniformed Services University, Bethesda, MD), 1997 Mar 24101647507X358

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    5104 Pennsylvania State University Medical School Commencement, 1998 May 17101647507X359

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    5105 AIDS at the Millennium (Keynote Address, AIDS at the Millennium: The Converging Worlds of AIDS, John F. Kennedy Library & Museum, Boston, MA), 1998 Nov 18101647507X360

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    5106 The HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Current Status and Concerns (Pediatric Grand Rounds, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Brunswick, NJ), 1998 Nov 19101647507X361

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    5107 The Social Implication of the AIDS Epidemic (Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NY), 1998 Dec 2101647507X362

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    5108 Current Concerns About the AIDS Pandemic (Zanvil Cohn Forum, Rockefeller University, New York, NY), 1999 Jan 5101647507X363

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    5109 Making the Connections in the Response to AIDS: Bridging Gaps in HIV, Substance Abuse Treatment and Social Services (Florida AIDS Education and Training Center, University of Florida), 1999 Feb 18101647507X364

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    5110 Public Health and Human Rights: Notes from the Field, 1999 Apr 15101647507X365

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    5111 HIV/AIDS and Addiction (ASAM), 1999 Apr 29101647507X366

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    5112 SUNY-Stony Brook Medical School Commencement, 1999 May 13101647507X367

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    61 The Twin Epidemics of Substance Abuse and HIV/AIDS: Doing Less Than Our Best (University of Washington), 1999 May 24101647507X368

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    62 Class Day Address, Sophie Davis-CUNY, 1999 Jun 2101647507X369

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    63 Genetics and Individuality: The Future of Medicine (Cleveland Clinic Residents Ceremony), 1999 Jun 4101647507X370

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    64 University of California, San Diego School of Medicine Commencement, 1999 Jun 6101647507X371

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    65 Communication and the Health of the Public, 1999 Jul 23101647507X372

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    66 Health and Human Rights: A 'White Coat' Talk (MCP/Hahnerman School of Public Health, Philadelphia, PA), 1999 Sep 2101647507X373

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    67 Where Do We Stand with the AIDS Epidemic? (Hilleman Lecture, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia), 1999 Sep 29101647507X374

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    68 Where Do We Stand with the AIDS Epidemic? (Mary Elizabeth Garrett Lecture, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD), 1999 Oct 22101647507X375

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    69 Physicians as Scientists, Citizens and Humanists (AOA Talk, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC), 2000 Mar 21101647507X376

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    610 Improving Health in the United States: A World of Possibilities (Fourth Trilaterial Conference, Ottawa, Canada), 2000 Sep101647507X377

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    611 A Public Policy Anecdote, 2000 Nov 9101647507X378

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    612 Public Policy and the Health of the Public (Simon Lecture, Brown University, Providence, RI), 2001 Jan 29101647507X379

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    Series 6: Writings and Publications, 1967-2000 (bulk 1986-1994)101647507Y380613 Suppression of Interferon and Antibody and Multiplication of Newcastle Disease Virus in Ctyomegalovirus Infected Mice (Osborn, J. and D.N. Medearis Jr.), 1967101647507X381

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    614 The Role of Individual Spleen Cells in the Interferon Response of the Intact Mouse (Osborn, J. and D.L. Walker), 1969101647507X382

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    615 Virulence and Attenuation of Murine Cytomegalovirus (Osborn, J. and D.L. Walker), 1970101647507X383

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    616 Studies of the relationship between mouse cytomegalo-virus infection, [ca. 1970]101647507X384

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    617 Thrombocytopenia in Murine Cytomegalovirus Infection (Osborn, J. and N.T. Shahidi), 1973 Jan101647507X385

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    618 Divergence of Mouse Brain Interferon Responses Following Virulent or Avirulent Newcastle Disease Virus Inoculation (Selgrade, M.K. and J. Osborn), 1973 May101647507X386

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    619 Comparison of JC and BK Human Papovaviruses with Simian Virus 40: Restriction Endonuclease Digestion and Gel Electrophoresis of Resultant Fragments (Osborn, J., S.M. Robertson, B.L. Padgett, G.M. Zu Rhein, D.L. Walker, and B. Weisblum), 1974 Mar101647507X387

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    620 Role of Macrophages in Resistance to Murine Cytomegalovirus (Selgrade, M.K. and J. Osborn), 1974 Dec101647507X388

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    621 Diseases Caused by Human Cytomegalovirus (Osborn, J.), 1975101647507X389

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    622 Comparison of JC and BK Human Papovaviruses with Simian Virus 40: DNA Homology Studies (Osborn, J., S.M. Robertson, B.L. Padgett, D.L. Walker, and B. Weisblum), 1976 Aug101647507X390

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    623 In The Matter of Witch Hunts (Osborn, J.), 1978 Oct101647507X391

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    624 Size of Infectious DNA from Human and Murine Cytomegaloviruses (Lakeman, A.D. and J. Osborn), 1979 Apr101647507X392

    [view online]

    625 Human Cytomegalovirus Infection and Disease (Osborn, J.), 1980101647507X393

    [view online]

    626 Cytomegalovirus: Pathogenicity, Immunology, and Vaccine Initiatives (Osborn, J.), 1981 Apr101647507X394

    [view online]

    627 Current Issues in Biologics Regulation (Osborn, J.), 1981 Jun101647507X395

    [view online]

    628 Cytomegalovirus and Other Herpesviruses (Osborn, J.), 1982101647507X396

    [view online]

    629 AIDS and the World of the 1990s: Here To Stay (Osborn, J.), 1986101647507X397

    [view online]

    630 Cytomegalovirus and Other Herpesviruses of Mice and Rats (Osborn, J.), 1986101647507X398

    [view online]

    631 Human Cytomegalovirus Infection and Disease (Osborn, J.), 1986101647507X399

    [view online]

    632 Viral Vaccines Under Develoment: A Third Generation (Osborn, J.), 1979101647507X400

    [view online]

    633 Confronting AIDS (Osborn, J.), 1986 Dec101647507X401

    [view online]

    634 Co-Factors and HIV: What Determines the Pathogenesis of AIDS? (Osborn, J.), [1986 Dec]101647507X402

    [view online]

    635 AIDS, Social Sciences, and Health Education: A Personal Perspective (Osborn, J.), 1986 Winter101647507X403

    [view online]

    636 The AIDS Epidemic: An Overview of the Science (Osborn, J.), 1986 Winter101647507X404

    [view online]

    637 The Personal and Social Costs of the AIDS Epidemic: A Different Kind of Currency (Osborn, J.), 1987 Apr101647507X405

    [view online]

    638 Ethical Issues Raised by AIDS (Osborn, J.), 1987101647507X406

    [view online]

    639 AIDS, Politics, and Science (Osborn, J.), 1988 Feb 18101647507X407

    [view online]

    640 [Untitled Stanford University School of Medicine Microbiology Seminar] (Osborn, J.), 1988 Mar 18101647507X408

    [view online]

    641 AIDS, Politics, and Science (Osborn, J.), 1988 Apr 5101647507X409

    [view online]

    642 AIDS: The Challenge to Ambulatory Care, 1988 [May]101647507X410

    [view online]

    643 The AIDS Epidemic: Six Years (Osborn, J.), 1988 [Sep]101647507X411

    [view online]

    644 Medical Considerations (Osborn, J.), 1988 Dec 28101647507X412

    [view online]

    645 Epilogue: Charting the Future Course: Virology (Osborn, J.), 1988 Dec101647507X413

    [view online]

    646 AIDS Prevention: Issues and Strategies (Osborn, J.), 1988101647507X414

    [view online]

    647 The Future of Antiviral Contaminants (Osborn, J.), 1988101647507X415

    [view online]

    648 Future of the Public Health Profession (Ibrahim, M.A. and J. Osborn), 1988101647507X416

    [view online]

    649 Viruses as Contaminants (Osborn, J.), 1988101647507X417

    [view online]

    650 Is A Vaccine for AIDS Even A Possibility? (Osborn, J.), [1988]101647507X418

    [view online]

    651 Vaccine Development: Introduction (Osborn, J.), 1989 May-Jun101647507X419

    [view online]

    652 Public Health and the Politics of AIDS Prevention (Osborn, J.), 1989 Summer101647507X420

    [view online]

    653 AIDS and Public Policy (Osborn, J.), 1989101647507X421

    [view online]

    654 A Risk Assessment of the AIDS Epidemic (Osborn, J.), 1989101647507X422

    [view online]

    655 AIDS: Five Years and Counting (Osborn, J.), [1980s]101647507X423

    [view online]

    656 Dispelling Myths About the AIDS Epidemic (Osborn, J.), 1990 Jun101647507X424

    [view online]

    657 AIDS: Policies for Coping with Disaster (Osborn, J.), 1990 Oct101647507X425

    [view online]

    658 AIDS: Challenges to Our Health Care Systems (Osborn, J.), 1990 Dec101647507X426

    [view online]

    659 AIDS: Politics and Science (Osborn, J.), 1990101647507X427

    [view online]

    660 Policy Implications of the AIDS Deficit (Osborn, J.), 1990101647507X428

    [view online]

    661 Women and HIV/AIDS: The Silent Epidemic? (Osborn, J.), 1991 Jan101647507X429

    [view online]

    662 Another Approach to the AIDS Epidemic (Osborn, J.), 1991 Sep101647507X430

    [view online]

    663 The Changing Definition of AIDS: What's In A Name? (Osborn, J.), 1991 Nov-Dec101647507X431

    [view online]

    664 Clinical Application of Biomedical Knowledge (Osborn, J.), 1991101647507X432

    [view online]

    665 Where the Nation Stands with AIDS (Osborn, J.), 1992 Spring101647507X433

    [view online]

    666 AIDS in the 1990s (Osborn, J.), 1992 Winter101647507X434

    [view online]

    667 AIDS Policy (Drafts for Citizens Transition Project book), 1992101647507X435

    [view online]

    668 AIDS: The Uses and Limitations of Sciences (Osborn, J.), [1992]101647507X436

    [view online]

    669 AIDS - Science, Medicine, and Metaphor (Osborn, J.), 1993 Mar101647507X437

    [view online]

    670 The Nature of Public Health After Reform (Osborn, J.), 1993 Apr101647507X438

    [view online]

    671 AIDS Policy: Two Divisive Issues (Osborn, J.), 1993 Jul 28101647507X439

    [view online]

    672 Forgotten Lessons (Osborn, J.), 1994 Mar101647507X440

    [view online]

    673 HIV Preventive Vaccines: Social, Ethical, and Political Considerations for Domestic Efficacy Trials (Osborn, J. et al.), 1994 Nov101647507X441

    [view online]

    674 Lessons Learned in The First Decade of AIDS (Osborn, J.), 1994101647507X442

    [view online]

    675 The Rocky Road to an AIDS Virus (Osborn, J.) [floppy disk], 1994101647507X443

    [view online]

    676 Whatever Happened to AIDS? (Osborn, J.), 1994101647507X444

    [view online]

    677 Commentary: The IOM Role in the AIDS Epidemic (Osborn, J.), 1995 May101647507X445

    [view online]

    678 AIDS and Substance Abuse - A Short History (Osborn, J.), 1995 Jun 9101647507X446

    [view online]

    679 Clearing the Path to An AIDS Vaccine (Review of Christine Grady's The Search for an AIDS Vaccine) (Osborn, J.), 1995 Jul101647507X447

    [view online]

    680 The Unbeliever (book review drafts, notes, clipings related to Peter Duesberg's Inventing the AIDS Virus) (Osborn, J.), 1996 Apr101647507X448

    [view online]

    681 The Unbeliever (copy of Peter Duesberg's book Inventing the AIDS Virus), 1996 Apr101647507X449682 Communication and the Health of the Public (Osborn, J.), 2000101647507X450 Series 7: Audiovisual Materials, 1986-1994101647507Y4516 AIDS Update (National Commission on AIDS press conference, University of Massachusetts) [VHS tape], 1986 [Apr 1]101647507X4526 Overview of the AIDS Epidemic (Colloquium, Los Alamos National Laboratory) [VHS tape], 1987 Aug 4101647507X4536 Larry King Show (Osborn and Randy Shilts talk about Shilts' book And The Band Played On) [VHS tape], 1987 Oct 8101647507X4546 [Interview of Osborn re: AIDS drug treatments] (ABC7 San Francisco news segment) [VHS tape], 1987101647507X4556 AIDS: A Review of the Situation (Catherine McAuley Health Center, Ann Arbor, MI) [VHS tape], [1987]101647507X4566 AIDS: Medicine Public Policy and Coverage (ASNE Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA) [VHS tape], [1987]101647507X4576 AIDS Update (National Commission on AIDS press conference, Ford's Theater, Washington, DC) (CSPAN) [2 VHS tapes], 1989 Sep 18101647507X4586 National Commission on AIDS press conference, person of the week (ABC News) [VHS tape], 1991 Sep 25101647507X4596 Making the Health Care Environment Safer (National Commission on AIDS, Washington, DC) (CSPAN) [VHS tape], 1991 Nov 5101647507X4606 World News Tonight (segment on President George H. W. Bush at AIDS conference) (ABC News) [VHS tape], 1991 Dec 9101647507X4617 An Agenda for AIDS: Actions for Early 1993 (National Commission on AIDS press conference) (CSPAN) [VHS tape], 1992 Nov 17101647507X4627 (National Commission on AIDS press conference on commission's final report and dissolution) (CSPAN) [VHS tape], 1993 Jun 28101647507X4637 (Montage of news segments on National Commission on AIDS' final report and press conference) [VHS tape], 1993 Jun 28101647507X4647 Public Health After Health Care Reform (Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN) [VHS tape], 1993 Nov 2101647507X4657 Medicine and Public Health: The Perils of Incomplete Reform (13th Annual James C. Hemphill Lecture, Chicago, IL) [VHS tape], 1994 Sep 21101647507X4667 Controlling Your Risks: HIV in the Research Laboratory (Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Washington, DC) [VHS tape], 1994101647507X4677 Macneil Lehrer Newshour (segment on liability of health care workers with AIDS) (PBS) [VHS tape], [ca. 1994]101647507X4687 Living with AIDS (CBS News Sunday Morning) [VHS tape], [1992]101647507X469

    Collection Scope and Content Note

    Correspondence, reports, speeches, testimonies, hearings, audiovisual material, and biographical material (1954-2001, bulk 1980-1995) primarily documents Osborn's professional career as expert advisor in urgent health and medical issues -- including virology, infectious diseases, vaccines, and public health policy -- for numerous government agencies including the National Institutes of Health, the World Health Organization, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

    The bulk of the collection documents Dr. Osborn's policy advisory work on the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) on both the national and international level during the 1980s. This is reflected across most of the series particularly Series 2: Chairman, National Commission on AIDS (her position from 1989-1993), which includes the commission's official reports, transcripts of its hearings before Congress, legislation it helped enact, meetings it attended, and especially the correspondence between its members and letters received from the general public and interest groups. It is also shown in Series 4: International Advisory Activities, Series 5: Speeches, Lectures, and Testimonies, and Series 6: Writings. Series 7: Audiovisual Materials includes many of the NCA press conferences on the state of the disease as well as her appearance on national news shows to talk about AIDS, policies, and treatments.

    A smaller part of the collections documents other public health concerns she dealt with including influenza, vaccine safety, and the safety of blood products, mostly while serving as advisor to the CDC and the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare during the 1970s-1980s: this material is found in Series 3: Other National Advisory Activities.

    Another small part of the collection, Series 1: Personal and Biographical, primarily contains articles and clippings on Dr. Osborn and subject files relating to her numerous awards and honors (including several honorary doctorates in science).

    Contents List
    Box | Folder Title
     
    Series 1: Personal and Biographical, 1954-1994 (bulk 1989-1993) [series]:
    1 1
    Curriculm vitae, 2007 [view online]
    1 2-3
    Articles and Clippings, 1989-1992 [view online]
     
    Awards and Honors (Subject Files), 1989-1994 [subseries]:
    1 4
    Honorary Degree, University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey, 1989 May 24 [view online]
    1 5
    Distinguished Leadership Award (College of Health Related Professions, University of Florida) [photos], 1991 Apr 17 [view online]
    1 6
    Distinguished Alumni Award (Case Western Reserve University, Medical Alumni Association), 1991 Jun 1 [view online]
    1 7
    Lester Breslow Award (California Museum of Science and Industry, Los Angeles, CA), 1992 Apr 6 [view online]
    1 8
    Honorary Doctorate of Medical Science, Yale University, 1992 May 24-25 [view online]
    1 9
    Stewart B. McKinney Foundation Circle of Care Award (Greenwich, CT), 1992 Jun 27 [view online]
    1 10
    John Alexander Prize (University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1992 Sep 29 [view online]
    1 11
    Association of American Medical Colleges Annual Meeting (New Orleans, LA), 1992 Nov 9 [view online]
    1 12
    American Foundation for AIDS Research (AmFAR) Awards Luncheon (New York, NY), 1992 Dec 1 [view online]
    1 13
    Mothers Voices Award Luncheon (New York, NY), 1993 May 4 [view online]
    1 14
    Honorary Doctorate of Science, Emory University, 1993 May 10 [view online]
    1 15
    Honorary Doctorate of Science, Oberlin College, 1993 May 31 [view online]
    1 16
    Lifetime Humanitarian Award (Insitute for Advanced Studies in Immunology and Aging, Washington, DC), 1993 Jun 2 [view online]
    1 17
    Installation of Chancellor, University of Nebraska Medical Center, 1993 Aug 20 [view online]
    1 18
    Scientific Freedom and Responsibility Award (American Association for the Advancement of Science), 1994 Feb 21 [view online]
    1 19
    Honorary Doctorate in Science, Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1994 May 14 [view online]
    1 20
    Honorary Doctorate of Science, Rutgers University, 1994 May 19 [view online]
    1 21
    Correspondence, 1984-1985; 1991-1992 [view online]
     
    Photographs, 1954-1965 [subseries]:
    1 22
    High School Diploma (Madison, WI) [reproduction], 1954 [view online]
    1 23
    June Osborn, [ca. 1957] [view online]
    1 24
    Medical Diploma (Case Western Reserve University) [reproduction], 1961 [view online]
    1 25
    Medical Diploma (State of Ohio) [reproduction], 1961 [view online]
    1 26
    Pathology Intern Certification (Children's Hospital Medical Center, Boston, MA) [reproduction], 1962 [view online]
    1 27
    Passport Photos, 1965 [view online]
    1 28
    Position Nominations, 1986-1993 [view online]
    Born Digital
    Archive-It web archive, top results for "Dr. June E. Osborn" Google search conducted by HMD staff, 2016 May 24 [view online]
     
    Series 2: Chairman, National Commission on AIDS, 1989-1993 [series]:
     
    Administrative, 1989-1993 [subseries]:
    1 29
    Background Information, 1989-1991 [view online]
    1 30
    Budgetary Information, 1992-1993 [view online]
    1 31
    Executive Committee, 1992 [view online]
     
    Correspondence, 1989-1993 [subseries]:
    1 32
    A - C, 1989-1992 [view online]
    1 33
    Ahrens, Diane, 1989-1992 [view online]
    1 34
    Allen, Scott, 1992 [view online]
    1 35
    Byrnes, Maureen, 1989-1991 [view online]
    1 36
    Dalton, Harlon, 1991-1993 [view online]
    1 37
    Diaz, Eunice, 1991 [view online]
    1 38
    Goldman, Donald S., 1985, 1990-1993 [view online]
    1 39
    J - R, 1989-1993 [view online]
    1 40
    Kessler, Larry, 1989-1992 [view online]
    1 41
    Konigsberg, Charles, 1990-1992 [view online]
    1 42
    Mason, Belinda, 1991-1992 [view online]
    1 43
    Rogers, David E., 1989-1993 [view online]
    1 44
    S - Z, 1989-1993 [view online]
    1 45-46
    Widdus, Ray, 1991-1993 [view online]
     
    Hearings and Testimonies, 1990-1993 [subseries]:
    1 47
    Testimony Before the Task Force on Human Resources Committee on the Budget, U.S. House of Representatives, 1990 [view online]
    1 48
    January Hearing and Site Visit (Los Angeles, CA), 1990 Jan 26-27 [view online]
    1 49
    Testimony Before the Subcommittee on Labor, HHS, Education, and Related Agencies, Senate Committee on Appropriations, 1990 Feb 28 [view online]
    1 50
    Hearing, HIV Disease and Asian, Asian-American, and Pacific-Islander Communities (San Francisco, CA), 1991 May 16-17 [view online]
    1 51
    Hearing, Women and HIV Disease (Denver, CO), 1991 Jun 5-7 [view online]
    1 52
    Testimony Before the Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control, U.S. House of Representatives, 1991 Oct 17 [view online]
    1 53
    Testimony Before the Subcommittee on Labor, HHS, Education, and Related Agencies, Senate Committee on Appropriations, 1992 Apr 9 [view online]
    1 54
    The Financial Impact of AIDS on the U.S. Health Care System, 1992 Dec 14 [view online]
    1 55
    Hearing, Prevention Strategies in the Schools and Workplace Current Challenges, 1992 Dec 17 [view online]
    1 56
    Hearing, AIDS in the Workplace, 1993 Mar 10 [view online]
     
    Legislation, 1989-1993 [subseries]:
    1 57
    Americans With Disabilities Act, 1989-1990 [view online]
    1 58
    AIDS Prevention Act, 1990 [view online]
    1 59
    Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency (CARE) Act, 1990-1993 [view online]
     
    Meetings, 1989-1993 [subseries]:
    2 1
    Think Tank Forum, AIDS in Puerto Rico and Among the Puerto Rican Population on the Mainland (Washington, DC), 1989 Aug 28-29 [view online]
    2 2
    Business Meeting, 1989 Nov 2-3 [view online]
    2 3
    World AIDS Day (Pan American Health Organization, Washington, DC), 1989 Dec 1 [view online]
    2 4
    Site Visit (New York, New York), 1990 Feb 26 [view online]
    2 5
    Business Meeting (PAHO, Washington, DC), 1990 Mar 15-16 [view online]
    2 6
    National Business Leadership Conference on AIDS, 1990 Mar 29 [view online]
    2 7
    Site Visit (Macon, GA), 1990 Apr 17 [view online]
    2 8
    Working Group on Social/Human Issues (Dallas, TX), 1990 Jul 9 [view online]
    2 9
    Working Group on Social/Human Issues (Seattle, WA), 1990 Jul 30-31 [view online]
    2 10
    HIV Infection and AIDS in Correctional Facilities (Site Visit, New York, NY), 1990 Aug 16-17 [view online]
    2 11
    Public Health and the HIV Epidemic (Working Group on Social/Human Issues, Washington, DC), 1990 Sep 17-18 [view online]
    2 12
    HIV Disease and the Native American Communities (Site Visit, Oklahoma), 1991 Feb 27-28 [view online]
    2 13
    Business Meeting (Washington, DC), 1991 Apr 22-23 [view online]
    2 14
    Business Meeting (Alexandria, VA), 1991 Jul 10 [view online]
    2 15
    Housing and the HIV/AIDS Epidemic (Boston, MA), 1992 Mar 2-3 [view online]
    2 16
    Sex, Society, and the HIV Epidemic (New Orleans, LA), 1992 May 18-19 [view online]
    2 17
    Communication and the HIV Epidemic (Kansas City, MO), 1992 Jun 15-16 [view online]
    2 18
    Meeting with DHHS Secretary Louis Sullivan, 1992 Jun 24 [view online]
    2 19
    Business Meeting (Washington, DC), 1992 Sep 14 [view online]
    2 20
    Congressional Black Caucus Health Braintrust (Washington, DC), 1992 Sep 25 [view online]
    2 21
    An Agenda for AIDS: Actions Needed in Early 1993 (Washington, DC), 1992 Nov 17-18 [view online]
    2 22
    Business Meeting (Washington, DC), 1993 Feb 12 [view online]
    2 23
    Business Meeting (Washington, DC), 1993 Apr 28 [view online]
    2 24
    NIH HIV/AIDS Information Services Conference (Meeting with Donna Shalala) (Bethesda, MD), 1993 Jun [view online]
    2 25
    Future Directions in AIDS Research (Madison, WI), 1993 July 30-31 [view online]
    2 26
    Future Directions in AIDS Research (Boston, MA), 1993 Nov 21-23 [view online]
     
    Reports, 1989-1993 [subseries]:
    2 27
    Failure of U.S. Health Care System to Deal With HIV Epidemic (First Interim Report), 1989 Dec [view online]
    2 28
    Leadership, Legislation and Regulation (Second Interim Report), 1990 Apr [view online]
    2 29
    Research, the Workforce and the HIV Epidemic in Rural America (Third Interim Report), 1990 Aug [view online]
    2 30
    (First) Annual Report to the President and Congress, 1990 Aug [view online]
    2 31
    HIV Disease in Correctional Facilities (Fourth Interim Report), 1991 Mar [view online]
    2 32
    The Twin Epidemics of Substance Use and HIV (Fifth Interim Report), 1991 Aug [view online]
    2 33
    Financing Health Care for Persons with HIV Disease: Policy Options (Technical Report), 1991 Aug [view online]
    2 34
    America Living With AIDS (Second Annual Report to the President and Congress), 1991 Sep [view online]
    2 35
    The HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Puerto Rico (Sixth Interim Report), 1992 Jun [view online]
    2 36
    Housing and the HIV/AIDS Epidemic (Seventh Interim Report), 1992 Jul [view online]
    2 37
    Preventing HIV Transmission in Health Care Settings (Eighth Interim Report), 1992 Jul [view online]
    2 38
    The Challenge of HIV/AIDS in Communities of Color (Ninth Interim Report), 1992 Dec [view online]
    2 39
    Mobilizing America's Response to AIDS: Recommendations to President Clinton (Tenth Interim Report), 1993 Jan [view online]
    2 40
    HIV/AIDS: A Challenge for the Workplace (Eleventh Interim Report), 1993 Jun [view online]
    2 41
    Preventing HIV Infection in Adolescents (Twelth Interim Report), 1993 Jun [view online]
    2 42
    The Challenge of HIV/AIDS in Ethnic Communities, 1993 Jun [view online]
    2 43
    Behavioral and Social Sciences and the HIV/AIDS Epidemic (Thirteenth Interim Report), 1993 Jul [view online]
    2 44
    AIDS: An Expanding Tragedy (Final Report to the President and Congress), 1993 Jun [view online]
     
    Statements, 1989-1993 [subseries]:
    3 1
    Support for Americans With Disabilities Act, 1989 Sep 6 [view online]
    3 2
    Statement on the FY 1990 Appropriations, 1989 Sep 19 [view online]
    3 3
    Support for the Goal of Treatment on Demand for Drug Users, 1989 Sep 26 [view online]
    3 4
    Support for Continued Funding of Research on Effectiveness of Bleach Distribution to Control HIV, 1989 Nov 7 [view online]
    3 5
    Resolution on U.S. Visa and Immigration Policy, 1989 Dec 12 [view online]
    3 6
    Endorsement of Principles and Objectives of Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency (CARE) Act of 1990, 1990 Mar 6 [view online]
    3 7
    Statement That Epidemic May Have Peaked in 1988, 1990 Mar 15 [view online]
    3 8
    Statement on the AIDS Prevention Act (HR 4470) and the Medicaid AIDS and HIV Amendments Act (HR 4080), 1990 May 11 [view online]
    3 9
    Statement on the Commission's Stand on Immigration, 1991 Jul [view online]
    3 10
    Statement of the Commission's Stand on HIV Testing in the Health Care Workplace, 1991 Jul 11 [view online]
    3 11
    Amicus Curiae Brief by the Commission -- Haitian Centers Council Inc. et al v. Gene McNary, Commissioner, INS, et al, 1992 Apr [view online]
    3 12
    Statement on the Meeting Between the National Commission on AIDS and the Secretary of Health and Human Services, 1992 Jun 25 [view online]
    3 13
    Statement on the Resignation of Magic Johnson from the Commission, 1992 Sep 24 [view online]
    3 14
    Statement on Strengthening of the NIH Office of AIDS Research, 1993 Jan 28 [view online]
    3 15
    Statement on Immigration Policy, 1993 Feb 11 [view online]
    3 16
    Statement on GAO Needle-Sharing Report, 1993 Mar 25 [view online]
     
    Subject Files, 1989-1993 [subseries]:
    3 17
    Adolescents, 1989-1992 [view online]
    3 18
    CDC Definitions, 1991-1993 [view online]
    3 19
    Drug Treatments, 1989-1992 [view online]
    3 20
    Earvin "Magic" Johnson, 1991-1992 [view online]
    3 21
    Health Care Workers, 1990-1992 [view online]
    3 22
    Needle Exchange, 1988-1993 [view online]
    3 23
    Rural Health, 1990-1991 [view online]
    3 24
    Transition, 1992-1993 [view online]
    3 25
    Women, 1989-1992 [view online]
     
    Series 3: Other National Advisory Activities, 1975-1998 (bulk 1978-1988) [series]:
    3 26
    Agency for International Development, 1987-1989 [view online]
    3 27
    American Red Cross, 1992 [view online]
    3 28
    American Society for Newspapers Editors, 1987 [view online]
     
    Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 1977-1978, 1992, 1997 [subseries]:
    3 29
    Influenza Workshop, 1977 Oct [view online]
    3 30
    Briefing and Discussion on Influenza A/USSR/1977 (H1N1), 1977 Dec 22 [view online]
    3 31
    Influenza Virus Vaccine Workshop, 1978 Jan 12 [view online]
    3 32
    Conference on Influenza/USSR/1977 (H1N1), 1978 Jan 30 [view online]
    3 33
    Meeting on Case Definition, 1992 Sep [view online]
    3 34
    National Vaccine Advisory Committee, 1997 Jan [view online]
     
    Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (Advisory Committee on Influenza), 1978-1979 [subseries]:
    3 35
    Secretary's (Califano) Conference on Influenza, 1978 Jul 26 [view online]
    3 36
    Surgeon General's Meeting on Influenza, 1979 Feb 12 [view online]
    3 37
    Secretary's (Califano) Conference on Influenza, 1979 Mar 6 [view online]
     
    Food and Drug Administration (FDA), 1975-1983 [subseries]:
     
    Viral and Rickettsial Vaccines Review Panel, 1975-1980 [subseries]:
    3 38
    Panel Proceedings, 1975 Feb-Apr [view online]
    3 39-40
    Morris [J. Anthony] Investigation, 1976-1978 [view online]
    3 41
    Final Report -- Vaccine Safety, Efficacy, and Labeling, 1977 Sep [view online]
    3 42
    Proposed Implementation of Efficacy Review (Federal Register), 1980 Apr 15 [view online]
    3 43
    Vaccines (and Related Biological Products) Advisory Committee, 1980-1989 [view online]
    3 44
    Blood and Blood Products Advisory Committee, 1983-1984, 1995 [view online]
     
    Workshops, 1980-1983 [subseries]:
    3 45
    Bacterial Vaccines, 1980 Sep [view online]
    3 46
    Hepatitis B, 1980 Oct [view online]
    3 47
    Rabies, 1980 Oct [view online]
    3 48
    Pertussis, 1982 Feb [view online]
    3 49
    Polio, 1983 Mar [view online]
     
    Institute of Medicine (IOM), 1985, 1990-1991, 1995 [subseries]:
    3 50
    Annual Meeting (Plenary Speech), 1985 Oct 16 [view online]
    3 51
    Roundtable for the Development of Drugs and Vaccines Against AIDS, 1990 Jan 22 [view online]
    3 52
    Committee on Microbial Threats to Health, 1991 Jan [view online]
    3 53
    Annual Meeting (25th Anniversary, Co-Chair/Opening Remarks), 1995 Oct [view online]
    4 1
    Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 1993-1998 [view online]
    4 2
    Los Angeles Department of Health, 1986 [view online]
     
    National Institutes of Health (NIH), 1977-1998 [subseries]:
     
    Experimental Virology Study Session [grant review narratives], 1977-1979 [subseries]:
    8 1
    1977 Mar [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2052]
    8 2
    1977 Jun [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2052]
    8 3
    1977 Oct-Nov [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2052]
    8 4
    1978 Feb-Mar [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2053]
    8 5
    1978 Jun [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2053]
    8 6
    1979 Feb [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2054]
    8 7
    1979 Jun [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2054]
     
    National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), 1984-1988 [subseries]:
     
    AIDS Ad Hoc Working Group Meetings, 1984-1988
    4 10
    1984 Sep 10-11 [view online]
    4 11
    1985 Mar 11 [view online]
    4 12
    1985 Oct 25 [view online]
    4 13
    1986 Apr 4 [view online]
    4 14
    1986 Oct 24 [view online]
    4 15
    1987 Apr 12 [view online]
    4 16
    1987 Nov 2 [view online]
    4 17
    1988 May 2 [view online]
    4 18
    1988 Nov 28 [view online]
    4 19
    Blood Diseases and Resources Advisory Committee, 1984 Apr [view online]
    4 20
    San Francisco Site Visit, 1986 Feb 19-20 [view online]
    4 21
    Transfusion Safety Study, 1988 Mar 18 [view online]
     
    National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, 1980, 1997 [subseries]:
    4 22
    Sexually Transmitted Diseases Study Group, 1980 Jan [view online]
    4 23
    Panel to Review Studies of Transplacental Carciogenesis of AZT, 1997 Jan [view online]
    4 24
    National Institute on Drug Abuse, 1998 Feb [view online]
     
    Series 4: International Advisory Activities, 1985-1994 [series]:
     
    World Health Organization (WHO), 1986-1992 [subseries]:
    4 25
    Working Group Meeting on Global Blood Safety (Geneva, Switzerland), 1986 Apr 13-19 [view online]
    4 26
    International Symposium on Vaccine Development and Utilization (Washington, DC), 1986 Jun 9-10 [view online]
    4 27
    Consultation, International Travel and HIV Infection (Geneva, Switzerland), 1987 Mar 2-3 [view online]
    4 28
    Consultation, HIV-Screening Programs (Geneva, Switzerland), 1987 May 20 [view online]
    4 29
    Joint WHO/Australian Inter-Regional Ministerial Meeting on AIDS (Sydney, Australia), 1987 Jul 21-24 [view online]
    4 30
    Consultation, Neuro-Psychiatric Aspects of HIV Inspection (Geneva, Switzerland), 1988 Mar 14-17 [view online]
    4 31
    Consultation, Impact of Technological Development on AIDS Prevention and Control Strategies (Boston, Massachusetts), 1988 Jun 26-27 [view online]
    4 32
    Consultation, Partner Notifcation for Preventing HIV Infection (Geneva, Switzerland), 1989 Jan 11-13 [view online]
    4 33
    Global Commission on AIDS (First Meeting) (Geneva, Switzerland), 1989 Mar 29-31 [view online]
    4 34
    Global Commission on AIDS (Second Meeting) (Braazaville, Congo), 1989 Nov 8-10 [view online]
    4 35
    Working Group Meeting on Bisexuality and HIV/AIDS (Utrecht, The Netherlands), 1989 Dec 18-20 [view online]
    4 36
    Global Commission on AIDS (Third Meeting) (Geneva, Switzerland), 1990 Mar 22-23 [view online]
    4 37
    Global Commission on AIDS (Fourth Meeting) (Geneva, Switzerland), 1991 Jun 5-7 [view online]
    4 38
    Global Commission on AIDS (Fifth Meeting) (Geneva, Switzerland), 1992 Apr 1-3 [view online]
     
    Global Aids Policy Coalition, 1989-1993 [subseries]:
    4 39
    AIDS 2001 Meeting (Annecy, France), 1989 Apr 22-23 [view online]
    4 40
    Steering Committee Meeting (Boston, MA), 1991 Sep 30-Oct 1 [view online]
    4 41
    AIDS Health and Human Rights Colloquium (Annecy, France), 1993 Jun 18-20 [view online]
     
    International AIDS Meetings, 1987-1994 [subseries]:
    4 42
    Third (Washington, DC), 1987 Jun 1-5 [view online]
    4 43
    Fourth (Stockholm, Sweden), 1988 Jun 12-16 [view online]
    4 44
    Fifth (Montreal, Quebec, Canada), 1989 Jun 4-9 [view online]
    4 45
    Sixth (San Francisco, CA), 1990 Jun 20-24 [view online]
    4 46
    Seventh (Florence, Italy), 1991 Jun 16-21 [view online]
    4 47
    Eighth (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 1992 Jul 19-24 [view online]
    4 48
    Ninth (Berlin, Germany), 1993 Jun 7-11 [view online]
    4 49
    Tenth (Yokohama, Japan), 1994 Aug 7-12 [view online]
     
    Other International Health Activities, 1985-1993 [subseries]:
    4 50
    United Arab Emirates (Consultant on AIDS and Public Health), 1985-1991 [view online]
    4 51
    Egyptian Academy of Sciences (Consultant on AIDS), 1989 Feb 25-Mar 4 [view online]
    4 52
    Royal College of Medicine (West Sussex, England), 1990 Dec 10-14 [view online]
    4 53
    South Africa Visit (Kaiser Family Foundation), 1993 Nov [view online]
     
    Series 5: Speeches, Lectures, and Testimonies, 1978; 1985-2001 (bulk 1986-1999) [series]:
    4 54
    Precise Viral Diagnosis - Why Bother!? (Symposium on Diagnosis of Viral Infections, Eastern Pennsylvania Branch - American Society of Microbiology, Philadelphia, PA), 1978 Nov 9 [view online]
    4 55
    [Untitled Institute of Medicine (IOM) speech], 1985 [view online]
    4 56
    Untitled Talk on Co-Factors (National Institute of Mental Health Seminar, Washington, DC), 1986 Feb 26 [view online]
    4 57
    The AIDS Epidemic: A Challenge for the 1990s (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC), 1986 Apr 5 [view online]
    4 58
    Management and the AIDS Epidemic (Washington Business Group on Health, Washington, DC), 1986 May 6 [view online]
    4 59
    Lula's God: A Participant's View of the AIDS Epidemic (Northern New Jersey Chapter of the World Future Society), 1986 Oct 24 [view online]
    4 60
    Public Approaches to the Control of AIDS (Wesleyan University AIDS Conference, Middleton, CT), 1986 Nov 1 [view online]
    4 61
    Vaccine, Treatment, and Education as Strategies for AIDS (Harvard Policy Group Talk, Cambridge, MA), 1987 Jan 21 [view online]
    4 62
    Testimony Before the Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Health and the Environment, U.S. House of Representatives, 1987 Feb 10 [view online]
    4 63
    Pray for a Little Boredom (Southern ALMACA Meeting, New Orleans, LA), 1987 Feb 23 [view online]
    4 64
    Pray for a Little Boredom (Epidemics, Pandemics, and Mass Hysteria: From Antiquity to AIDS Conference, Kauai, HI)", 1987 Mar 20 [view online]
    4 65
    AIDS: An International Problem Today and in The Future (Third National Forum on Human Resources Planning, Hunt Valley, MD), 1987 May 14 [view online]
    4 66
    Ethical Issues Raised by AIDS (Annual Meeting, Royal Society of Canada, Hamilton, Ontario), 1987 Jun 1 [view online]
    4 67
    Trouble in the Human Family: Social and Economic Aspects of the AIDS Epidemic (Connecticut Public Health Association Meeting, Meriden, CT), 1987 Sep 30 [view online]
    4 68
    Luncheon Speech, National Mayors' Conference on AIDS (New York City, NY), 1987 Oct 19 [view online]
    4 69
    AIDS: Politics and Science (Michigan Health Policy Forum), 1987 Oct 29 [view online]
    4 70
    AIDS and the Medical Schools (Annual Meeting, Association of American Medical Colleges, Washington, DC)", 1987 Nov 8 [view online]
    4 71
    AIDS and Public Policy (First Annual Hospital Symposium on AIDS, Chicago, IL), 1987 Dec 3 [view online]
    5 1
    AIDS Research and the Demand for Information on Human Sexuality: Commentary and General Discussion (AIDS and Sex: An Integrated Biomedical and Biobehavioral Approach Conference, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN), 1987 Dec 5 [view online]
    5 2
    The Social Challenges of AIDS: An Overview (Ford Foundation Board of Trustees), 1987 Dec 10 [view online]
    5 3
    Organizing the Public Health Response to AIDS: Role of an AIDS Vaccine (Institute of Medicine, Washington, DC), 1987 Dec 15 [view online]
    5 4
    AIDS: Prognosis and Policy (Conference on AIDS, Lansing, MI), 1988 Jan 20 [view online]
    5 5
    Public Health: A Time of Opportunity (38th Annual Director's Conference, Ann Arbor, MI), 1988 Feb 9 [view online]
    5 6
    Prevention Issues and the Health of the Public (Pennsylvania State University), 1988 Feb 18 [view online]
    5 7
    Epilogue: Charting the Future Course: Virology (Transfusion-Associated Infections and Immune Response Symposium, San Francisco, CA), 1988 Mar 21 [view online]
    5 8
    AIDS: Politics and Science (McInally Lecture, University of Michigan School of Business Administration), 1988 Apr 5 [view online]
    5 9
    Testimony before the Senate Committee on Government Affairs, 1988 Jun 6 [view online]
    5 10
    A Risk Assessment of the AIDS Epidemic (Brookings Institution, Washington, DC), 1988 Jun 23 [view online]
    5 11
    AIDS: Politics and Science (Philadelphia, PA), 1988 Jun 24 [view online]
    5 12
    The AIDS Epidemic -- An Urgent Mandate for Education (Conference on AIDS, Mercy Center, Farmington Hills, MI), 1988 Oct 21 [view online]
    5 13
    AIDS and Public Policy (Katharine D. McCormick Lecture, Stanford University Medical School, Palo Alto, CA), 1988 Oct 25 [view online]
    5 14
    Who's Responsible? (National Health Care Forum, Washington, DC), 1989 Apr 7 [view online]
    5 15
    AIDS and Public Policy (Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA), 1989 May 4 [view online]
    5 16
    AIDS: The Challenge to Health Care (Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH), 1989 May 10 [view online]
    5 17
    AIDS: People, Politics, and Prejudice, 1989 May 25 [view online]
    5 18
    AIDS: An Overview of What's New (Council on Foundations Workshop, Washington, DC), 1989 Jun 21 [view online]
    5 19
    AIDS: People, Politics, and Prejudice (Strategies for Lesbian and Gay Health Care in the 90s Symposium, American Association of Physicians for Human Rights/Bay Area Physicians for Human Rights, San Francisco, CA), 1989 Aug 26 [view online]
    5 20
    The AIDS Epidemic: An Overview (President's Club Weekend, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI), 1989 Oct 6 [view online]
    5 21
    Public Health: Considerations and Tradeoffs (Institute of Medicine Conference), 1989 Nov 1 [view online]
    5 22
    AIDS in the 1990s (Fourth National Forum on AIDS and Hepatitis B, Washington, DC), 1989 Nov 20 [view online]
    5 23
    AIDS in the 1990s: Nightmares and Visions (National AIDS Program Meeting, New York), 1989 Dec 9 [view online]
    5 24
    Testimony Before the Task Force on Human Resources Committee on the Budget, U.S. House of Representatives, [1990 Jan] [view online]
    5 25
    A Status Report on AIDS in a Bad Budget Year (Economic Club of Grand Rapids, MI), 1990 Feb 5 [view online]
    5 26
    A Vaccine is of No Use In Its Bottle (NAIEP National Communications Conference, New Orleans, LA), 1990 Feb 13 [view online]
    5 27
    AIDS: Implications of Current Developments (Director's Conference, MDPH, Lansing, MI), 1990 Feb 13, 22 [view online]
    5 28
    Clinical Application of Biomedical Knowledge (Symposium on Craniofacial Growth, Ann Arbor, MI), 1990 Feb 23 [view online]
    5 29
    AIDS in the 1990s (Annual Meeting, Association of University Programs in Health Administration, Arlington, VA), 1990 Mar 30 [view online]
    5 30
    AIDS: Policies for Coping with Disaster (AIDS Symposium at the Johns Hopkins Centennial, Baltimore, MD), 1990 Apr 3 [view online]
    5 31
    Testimony Before the U.S. House Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Labor, HHS, Education and Related Agencies (National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, Washington, DC), 1990 Apr 3 [view online]
    5 32
    Contributions of Schools of Public Health: The AIDS Epidemic (Testimony to U.S. Senators Durenberger and Kennedy, Washington, DC), 1990 Apr 24 [view online]
    5 33
    AIDS and the Family (Hattie Alexander Lecture, Columbia University Medical School, New York, NY), 1990 Apr 27 [view online]
    5 34
    AIDS and the Family (Annual Conference, National Parents Council on AIDS, Phoenix, AZ), 1990 May 14 [view online]
    5 35
    AIDS in the 1990s (State of the State Conference, Durham, NC), 1990 Jun 7 [view online]
    5 36
    Science and Public Health (Sixth International Conference on AIDS, San Francisco, CA), 1990 Jun 20 [view online]
    5 37
    AIDS: A Family Affair (New Mexico HIV Services Symposium, Montezuma, NM), 1990 Jun 27 [view online]
    5 38
    AIDS in the 1990s (Fourth International Conference on AIDS Education, San Juan, PR), 1990 Aug 6 [view online]
    5 39
    AIDS and the Private Sector (New England Conference of CEOs, Salem, MA), 1990 Sep 25 [view online]
    5 40
    AIDS in the Year 2000 (Morehouse School of Medicine AIDS Symposium), 1990 Sep 28 [view online]
    5 41
    What Could We Do with an AIDS Vaccine? (Wade Hampton Frost Lecture), 1990 Oct 1 [view online]
    5 42
    A Status Report on AIDS in a Bad Budget Year (First Bren Symposium, Irvine, CA), 1990 Oct 13 [view online]
    5 43
    Reflections on the AIDS Epidemic and the Magic of Words (Fourth Annual Delaware AIDS Conference, Wilmington, DE), 1990 Oct 16 [view online]
    5 44
    Women and AIDS: The Silent Epidemic?, 1990 Oct 16 [view online]
    5 45
    The AIDS Epidemic as a Window on Changing Demographic, Environmental and Community Needs (Fifth World Conference on Medical Education, Rancho Mirage, CA), 1990 Oct 25 [view online]
    5 46
    What Have We Learned About Protective Immunity from HIV (Ontario Centennial Health Symposium), 1990 Nov 7 [view online]
    5 47
    Past Accomplishments and Future Directions of the National Commission on AIDS (Public Health Service HIV Leadership Group Meeting, Washington, DC), 1990 Nov 26 [view online]
    5 48
    Reflections on the AIDS Epidemic and the Magic of Words (Midwest Conference on AIDS, Detroit, MI), 1990 Dec 13 [view online]
    5 49
    AIDS and Public Policy (Annual Meeting, AMSPDC, San Diego, CA), 1991 Mar 10 [view online]
    5 50
    AIDS and Public Policy (Virginia Tech University), 1991 Mar 22 [view online]
    5 51
    Science Policy: Ethics and Priorities (Emory University Speakers Forum, Atlanta, GA), 1991 Apr 3 [view online]
    5 52
    Science, Ethics, and Policy (Milwaukee, WI), 1991 Apr 11 [view online]
    5 53
    The Need to Care (Pittsburgh, PA), 1991 Apr 27 [view online]
    5 54
    AIDS and Public Policy (AIDS Conference, Management of HIV Disease for the Primary Care Physician, New Orleans, LA), 1991 May 9 [view online]
    5 55
    Case Western University Medical School Commencement (Cleveland, OH), 1991 May 27 [view online]
    5 56
    AIDS: The Uses and Limitations of Sciences (UTMB Centennial Symposium, Galveston, TX), 1991 May 31 [view online]
    5 57
    The Need to Care (Biennial Meeting, National League for Nursing, Nashville, TN), 1991 Jun 10 [view online]
    5 58
    Influenza A: 1918, 1976, 1991 Sep [view online]
    5 59
    Introductory Remarks, American College of Dentistry Commencement, 1991 Oct 4 [view online]
    5 60
    Introductory Remarks, South Carolina Conference on HIV and Substance Abuse (Columbia, SC), 1991 Oct 9 [view online]
    5 61
    Human Rights in the Era of AIDS (Annual Meeting, Fulbright Association, Washington, DC), 1991 Oct 13 [view online]
    5 62
    AIDS in the Second Decade (First Western Regional Conference on Women and HIV, San Diego, CA), 1991 Oct 25 [view online]
    5 63
    The Second Decade of AIDS (Gehrmann Lecture, American College of Occupational Medicine, St. Louis, MO), 1991 Oct 30 [view online]
    5 64
    Keynote Address, Bailey Boushay House Dedication Ceremony, Seattle WA), 1992 Jan 12 [view online]
    5 65
    Public Policy and Public Health (Los Angeles, CA), 1992 Apr 6 [view online]
    5 66
    New York Obstetrical Society Meeting (Columbia University, New York, NY), 1992 Apr 10 [view online]
    5 67
    International AIDS Epidemic and the U.S. Response (Kennedy School AIDS Forum, Cambridge, MA), 1992 Apr 16 [view online]
    5 68
    The Second Decade of AIDS (Iowa Academy of Sciences), 1992 Apr 24 [view online]
    5 69
    The Changing Face of Public Health (Massachusetts Medical Society, Waltham, MA), 1992 May 9 [view online]
    5 70
    The Second Decade of AIDS (University of Alabama), 1992 May 13 [view online]
    5 71
    The Prospects for Practical Use of an HIV Vaccine (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), 1992 Jul [view online]
    5 72
    AIDS: Science, Medicine, and Metaphor (John Alexander Lecture, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine), 1992 Sep 29 [view online]
    5 73
    Keynote Address, Design Industries Foundation for AIDS Annual Meeting (Washington, DC), 1992 Oct 9 [view online]
    5 74
    Public Policy and the HIV Epidemic (Baltimore, MD), 1992 Oct 27 [view online]
    5 75
    Public Health, AIDS, and Society (Fae Golden Kass Lecture), 1993 Feb 24 [view online]
    5 76
    Public Health, AIDS, and Society (Memorial Symposium in Honor of Richard D. Remington), 1993 Mar 19 [view online]
    5 77
    AIDS and Public Policy (Tribute to Edward Mortimer, Jr., M.D., Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH), 1993 Apr 2 [view online]
    5 78
    Basic Research in the AIDS Epidemic (New Frontiers in Biomedical Research Symposium, Penn State College of Medicine, Hershey, PA), 1993 Apr 15 [view online]
    5 79
    The Health of the Public (Commencement Address, Emory School of Public Health), 1993 May 10 [view online]
    5 80
    Women and HIV/AIDS: Status of the Epidemic (Detroit, MI), 1993 May 14 [view online]
    5 81
    Oberlin University Commencement, 1993 May 31 [view online]
    5 82
    Keynote Address, NIH HIV/AIDS Information Services Center (National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD), 1993 Jun 28 [view online]
    5 83
    Findings of the National Commission on AIDS (AIDS Advisory Group), 1993 Jun 24 [view online]
    5 84
    Population-Based Medicine and the Health of the Public (Installation Ceremony of the Chancellor of the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE), 1993 Aug 20 [view online]
    5 85
    Medical Research and the AIDS Epidemic (Baylor College of Medicine, Waco, TX), 1993 Sep 16 [view online]
    5 86
    Raymond Pruitt Lecture (Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN), 1993 Nov 1 [view online]
    5 87
    Is There a Crisis in American Health Care? (Stony Brook Medical School, Stony Brook, NY), 1994 Jan 20 [view online]
    5 88
    Positioning the Threshold Efficacy Debate: HIV Preventive Vaccine Efficacy Trials in the Context of an Epidemic (AIDS Action Foundation Steering Committee Meeting, Santa Monica, CA), 1994 Feb 1 [view online]
    5 89
    AIDS and Public Policy: Old and New Issues (Costa Mesa, CA), 1994 Mar 14 [view online]
    5 90
    AIDS in Your Future (AOA Lecture, Case Western Reserve Medical School, Cleveland, OH), 1994 Apr 13 [view online]
    5 91
    Is There a Crisis in American Health Care? (Winthrop Rockefeller Lecture, Little Rock, AR), 1994 Apr 18 [view online]
    5 92
    Update on AIDS: April 1994 (University of Maryland), 1994 Apr [view online]
    5 93
    Medicine and the Health of the Public (Commencement, Medical College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA), 1994 May 14 [view online]
    5 94
    AIDS, Education, and Public Policy (San Antonio, TX), 1994 May 15 [view online]
    5 95
    Medicine and Public Health: The Perils of Incomplete Reform (James C. Hemphill Lecture), 1994 Sep 21 [view online]
    5 96
    Health and Human Rights: An Inseparable Synergy (Summary Comments, First International Conference on Health and Human Rights, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA), 1994 Sep [view online]
    5 97
    Biomedical Research At A Crossroads (University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI), 1994 Oct 12 [view online]
    5 98
    The AIDS Epidemic and the National Commission on AIDS (Springfield, IL), 1994 Nov 2 [view online]
    5 99
    AIDS in the Second Decade (Keynote Address, Stanford University HIV/AIDS Forum, Stanford, CA), 1995 Mar 18 [view online]
    5 100
    Women's Health and Sexual Behavior (National Press Club, Washington, DC), 1995 Apr 25 [view online]
    5 101
    AIDS and Public Policy: What's Happening? (Medical Grand Rounds, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN), 1995 May 3 [view online]
    5 102
    HIV/AIDS and Human Rights, 1995 Aug 7 [view online]
    5 103
    The AIDS Epidemic: Science in the Nick of Time? (John W. Bullard Lecture, Uniformed Services University, Bethesda, MD), 1997 Mar 24 [view online]
    5 104
    Pennsylvania State University Medical School Commencement, 1998 May 17 [view online]
    5 105
    AIDS at the Millennium (Keynote Address, AIDS at the Millennium: The Converging Worlds of AIDS, John F. Kennedy Library & Museum, Boston, MA), 1998 Nov 18 [view online]
    5 106
    The HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Current Status and Concerns (Pediatric Grand Rounds, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Brunswick, NJ), 1998 Nov 19 [view online]
    5 107
    The Social Implication of the AIDS Epidemic (Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NY), 1998 Dec 2 [view online]
    5 108
    Current Concerns About the AIDS Pandemic (Zanvil Cohn Forum, Rockefeller University, New York, NY), 1999 Jan 5 [view online]
    5 109
    Making the Connections in the Response to AIDS: Bridging Gaps in HIV, Substance Abuse Treatment and Social Services (Florida AIDS Education and Training Center, University of Florida), 1999 Feb 18 [view online]
    5 110
    Public Health and Human Rights: Notes from the Field, 1999 Apr 15 [view online]
    5 111
    HIV/AIDS and Addiction (ASAM), 1999 Apr 29 [view online]
    5 112
    SUNY-Stony Brook Medical School Commencement, 1999 May 13 [view online]
    6 1
    The Twin Epidemics of Substance Abuse and HIV/AIDS: Doing Less Than Our Best (University of Washington), 1999 May 24 [view online]
    6 2
    Class Day Address, Sophie Davis-CUNY, 1999 Jun 2 [view online]
    6 3
    Genetics and Individuality: The Future of Medicine (Cleveland Clinic Residents Ceremony), 1999 Jun 4 [view online]
    6 4
    University of California, San Diego School of Medicine Commencement, 1999 Jun 6 [view online]
    6 5
    Communication and the Health of the Public, 1999 Jul 23 [view online]
    6 6
    Health and Human Rights: A 'White Coat' Talk (MCP/Hahnerman School of Public Health, Philadelphia, PA), 1999 Sep 2 [view online]
    6 7
    Where Do We Stand with the AIDS Epidemic? (Hilleman Lecture, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia), 1999 Sep 29 [view online]
    6 8
    Where Do We Stand with the AIDS Epidemic? (Mary Elizabeth Garrett Lecture, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD), 1999 Oct 22 [view online]
    6 9
    Physicians as Scientists, Citizens and Humanists (AOA Talk, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC), 2000 Mar 21 [view online]
    6 10
    Improving Health in the United States: A World of Possibilities (Fourth Trilaterial Conference, Ottawa, Canada), 2000 Sep [view online]
    6 11
    A Public Policy Anecdote, 2000 Nov 9 [view online]
    6 12
    Public Policy and the Health of the Public (Simon Lecture, Brown University, Providence, RI), 2001 Jan 29 [view online]
     
    Series 6: Writings and Publications, 1967-2000 (bulk 1986-1994) [series]:
    6 13
    Suppression of Interferon and Antibody and Multiplication of Newcastle Disease Virus in Ctyomegalovirus Infected Mice (Osborn, J. and D.N. Medearis Jr.), 1967 [view online]
    6 14
    The Role of Individual Spleen Cells in the Interferon Response of the Intact Mouse (Osborn, J. and D.L. Walker), 1969 [view online]
    6 15
    Virulence and Attenuation of Murine Cytomegalovirus (Osborn, J. and D.L. Walker), 1970 [view online]
    6 16
    Studies of the relationship between mouse cytomegalo-virus infection, [ca. 1970] [view online]
    6 17
    Thrombocytopenia in Murine Cytomegalovirus Infection (Osborn, J. and N.T. Shahidi), 1973 Jan [view online]
    6 18
    Divergence of Mouse Brain Interferon Responses Following Virulent or Avirulent Newcastle Disease Virus Inoculation (Selgrade, M.K. and J. Osborn), 1973 May [view online]
    6 19
    Comparison of JC and BK Human Papovaviruses with Simian Virus 40: Restriction Endonuclease Digestion and Gel Electrophoresis of Resultant Fragments (Osborn, J., S.M. Robertson, B.L. Padgett, G.M. Zu Rhein, D.L. Walker, and B. Weisblum), 1974 Mar [view online]
    6 20
    Role of Macrophages in Resistance to Murine Cytomegalovirus (Selgrade, M.K. and J. Osborn), 1974 Dec [view online]
    6 21
    Diseases Caused by Human Cytomegalovirus (Osborn, J.), 1975 [view online]
    6 22
    Comparison of JC and BK Human Papovaviruses with Simian Virus 40: DNA Homology Studies (Osborn, J., S.M. Robertson, B.L. Padgett, D.L. Walker, and B. Weisblum), 1976 Aug [view online]
    6 23
    In The Matter of Witch Hunts (Osborn, J.), 1978 Oct [view online]
    6 24
    Size of Infectious DNA from Human and Murine Cytomegaloviruses (Lakeman, A.D. and J. Osborn), 1979 Apr [view online]
    6 25
    Human Cytomegalovirus Infection and Disease (Osborn, J.), 1980 [view online]
    6 26
    Cytomegalovirus: Pathogenicity, Immunology, and Vaccine Initiatives (Osborn, J.), 1981 Apr [view online]
    6 27
    Current Issues in Biologics Regulation (Osborn, J.), 1981 Jun [view online]
    6 28
    Cytomegalovirus and Other Herpesviruses (Osborn, J.), 1982 [view online]
    6 29
    AIDS and the World of the 1990s: Here To Stay (Osborn, J.), 1986 [view online]
    6 30
    Cytomegalovirus and Other Herpesviruses of Mice and Rats (Osborn, J.), 1986 [view online]
    6 31
    Human Cytomegalovirus Infection and Disease (Osborn, J.), 1986 [view online]
    6 32
    Viral Vaccines Under Develoment: A Third Generation (Osborn, J.), 1979 [view online]
    6 33
    Confronting AIDS (Osborn, J.), 1986 Dec [view online]
    6 34
    Co-Factors and HIV: What Determines the Pathogenesis of AIDS? (Osborn, J.), [1986 Dec] [view online]
    6 35
    AIDS, Social Sciences, and Health Education: A Personal Perspective (Osborn, J.), 1986 Winter [view online]
    6 36
    The AIDS Epidemic: An Overview of the Science (Osborn, J.), 1986 Winter [view online]
    6 37
    The Personal and Social Costs of the AIDS Epidemic: A Different Kind of Currency (Osborn, J.), 1987 Apr [view online]
    6 38
    Ethical Issues Raised by AIDS (Osborn, J.), 1987 [view online]
    6 39
    AIDS, Politics, and Science (Osborn, J.), 1988 Feb 18 [view online]
    6 40
    [Untitled Stanford University School of Medicine Microbiology Seminar] (Osborn, J.), 1988 Mar 18 [view online]
    6 41
    AIDS, Politics, and Science (Osborn, J.), 1988 Apr 5 [view online]
    6 42
    AIDS: The Challenge to Ambulatory Care, 1988 [May] [view online]
    6 43
    The AIDS Epidemic: Six Years (Osborn, J.), 1988 [Sep] [view online]
    6 44
    Medical Considerations (Osborn, J.), 1988 Dec 28 [view online]
    6 45
    Epilogue: Charting the Future Course: Virology (Osborn, J.), 1988 Dec [view online]
    6 46
    AIDS Prevention: Issues and Strategies (Osborn, J.), 1988 [view online]
    6 47
    The Future of Antiviral Contaminants (Osborn, J.), 1988 [view online]
    6 48
    Future of the Public Health Profession (Ibrahim, M.A. and J. Osborn), 1988 [view online]
    6 49
    Viruses as Contaminants (Osborn, J.), 1988 [view online]
    6 50
    Is A Vaccine for AIDS Even A Possibility? (Osborn, J.), [1988] [view online]
    6 51
    Vaccine Development: Introduction (Osborn, J.), 1989 May-Jun [view online]
    6 52
    Public Health and the Politics of AIDS Prevention (Osborn, J.), 1989 Summer [view online]
    6 53
    AIDS and Public Policy (Osborn, J.), 1989 [view online]
    6 54
    A Risk Assessment of the AIDS Epidemic (Osborn, J.), 1989 [view online]
    6 55
    AIDS: Five Years and Counting (Osborn, J.), [1980s] [view online]
    6 56
    Dispelling Myths About the AIDS Epidemic (Osborn, J.), 1990 Jun [view online]
    6 57
    AIDS: Policies for Coping with Disaster (Osborn, J.), 1990 Oct [view online]
    6 58
    AIDS: Challenges to Our Health Care Systems (Osborn, J.), 1990 Dec [view online]
    6 59
    AIDS: Politics and Science (Osborn, J.), 1990 [view online]
    6 60
    Policy Implications of the AIDS Deficit (Osborn, J.), 1990 [view online]
    6 61
    Women and HIV/AIDS: The Silent Epidemic? (Osborn, J.), 1991 Jan [view online]
    6 62
    Another Approach to the AIDS Epidemic (Osborn, J.), 1991 Sep [view online]
    6 63
    The Changing Definition of AIDS: What's In A Name? (Osborn, J.), 1991 Nov-Dec [view online]
    6 64
    Clinical Application of Biomedical Knowledge (Osborn, J.), 1991 [view online]
    6 65
    Where the Nation Stands with AIDS (Osborn, J.), 1992 Spring [view online]
    6 66
    AIDS in the 1990s (Osborn, J.), 1992 Winter [view online]
    6 67
    AIDS Policy (Drafts for Citizens Transition Project book), 1992 [view online]
    6 68
    AIDS: The Uses and Limitations of Sciences (Osborn, J.), [1992] [view online]
    6 69
    AIDS - Science, Medicine, and Metaphor (Osborn, J.), 1993 Mar [view online]
    6 70
    The Nature of Public Health After Reform (Osborn, J.), 1993 Apr [view online]
    6 71
    AIDS Policy: Two Divisive Issues (Osborn, J.), 1993 Jul 28 [view online]
    6 72
    Forgotten Lessons (Osborn, J.), 1994 Mar [view online]
    6 73
    HIV Preventive Vaccines: Social, Ethical, and Political Considerations for Domestic Efficacy Trials (Osborn, J. et al.), 1994 Nov [view online]
    6 74
    Lessons Learned in The First Decade of AIDS (Osborn, J.), 1994 [view online]
    6 75
    The Rocky Road to an AIDS Virus (Osborn, J.) [floppy disk], 1994 [view online]
    6 76
    Whatever Happened to AIDS? (Osborn, J.), 1994 [view online]
    6 77
    Commentary: The IOM Role in the AIDS Epidemic (Osborn, J.), 1995 May [view online]
    6 78
    AIDS and Substance Abuse - A Short History (Osborn, J.), 1995 Jun 9 [view online]
    6 79
    Clearing the Path to An AIDS Vaccine (Review of Christine Grady's The Search for an AIDS Vaccine) (Osborn, J.), 1995 Jul [view online]
    6 80
    The Unbeliever (book review drafts, notes, clipings related to Peter Duesberg's Inventing the AIDS Virus) (Osborn, J.), 1996 Apr [view online]
    6 81
    The Unbeliever (copy of Peter Duesberg's book Inventing the AIDS Virus), 1996 Apr
    6 82
    Communication and the Health of the Public (Osborn, J.), 2000
     
    Series 7: Audiovisual Materials, 1986-1994 [series]:
    6
    AIDS Update (National Commission on AIDS press conference, University of Massachusetts) [VHS tape], 1986 [Apr 1]
    6
    Overview of the AIDS Epidemic (Colloquium, Los Alamos National Laboratory) [VHS tape], 1987 Aug 4
    6
    Larry King Show (Osborn and Randy Shilts talk about Shilts' book And The Band Played On) [VHS tape], 1987 Oct 8
    6
    [Interview of Osborn re: AIDS drug treatments] (ABC7 San Francisco news segment) [VHS tape], 1987
    6
    AIDS: A Review of the Situation (Catherine McAuley Health Center, Ann Arbor, MI) [VHS tape], [1987]
    6
    AIDS: Medicine Public Policy and Coverage (ASNE Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA) [VHS tape], [1987]
    6
    AIDS Update (National Commission on AIDS press conference, Ford's Theater, Washington, DC) (CSPAN) [2 VHS tapes], 1989 Sep 18
    6
    National Commission on AIDS press conference, person of the week (ABC News) [VHS tape], 1991 Sep 25
    6
    Making the Health Care Environment Safer (National Commission on AIDS, Washington, DC) (CSPAN) [VHS tape], 1991 Nov 5
    6
    World News Tonight (segment on President George H. W. Bush at AIDS conference) (ABC News) [VHS tape], 1991 Dec 9
    7
    An Agenda for AIDS: Actions for Early 1993 (National Commission on AIDS press conference) (CSPAN) [VHS tape], 1992 Nov 17
    7
    (National Commission on AIDS press conference on commission's final report and dissolution) (CSPAN) [VHS tape], 1993 Jun 28
    7
    (Montage of news segments on National Commission on AIDS' final report and press conference) [VHS tape], 1993 Jun 28
    7
    Public Health After Health Care Reform (Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN) [VHS tape], 1993 Nov 2
    7
    Medicine and Public Health: The Perils of Incomplete Reform (13th Annual James C. Hemphill Lecture, Chicago, IL) [VHS tape], 1994 Sep 21
    7
    Controlling Your Risks: HIV in the Research Laboratory (Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Washington, DC) [VHS tape], 1994
    7
    Macneil Lehrer Newshour (segment on liability of health care workers with AIDS) (PBS) [VHS tape], [ca. 1994]
    7
    Living with AIDS (CBS News Sunday Morning) [VHS tape], [1992]