Blaming HIV drugs ads for unsafe sex is more than a bit silly

Dahir, Mubarak
May 2001
Bay Windows;5/3/2001, pN.PAG
Comments on the misleading context in the advertisements released by several drug companies that sell protease inhibitors in the U.S. Criticisms from several AIDS activists against the depiction of gay men with HIV in the advertisements; Mandate issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to address the issue; Views on the campaign of AIDS activists and AIDS organizations to promote condom use among gays.


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