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Aids: A Global Assessment

August 09, 1987

Times medical writer Robert Steinbrook was principal writer for AIDS: A Global Assessment from reports by Times correspondents in 18 foreign countries, and writers in Washington and Los Angeles.

THE CONTENTS Africa: Fighting with Meager Resources Page 3 The Region-by-Region Breakdown Page 7 Restrictions on Travel, Foreign Workers and Immigration Page 13 Where to Go for Help and Information Page 13 WHO: Organizing to Lead the Battle Page 14 The Soviets' Campaign of Disinformation Page 15 Questions and Answers on AIDS Page 16

THE STAFF Editors: Craig Turner, Edwin Chen, Linda Mathews News Editor: Terry Schwadron Art Director: Tom Trapnell Principal Writer: Robert Steinbrook, Times Medical Writer Correspondents: Scott Kraft in Kyotera, Uganda; Robert Gillette in Washington; Richard Boudreaux in Managua; William J. Eaton in Moscow; Dan Fisher in Jerusalem; Kenneth Freed in Toronto; Sam Jameson in Tokyo; William R. Long in Rio de Janeiro; Jim Mann in Beijing; Tyler Marshall in London; Stanley Meisler in Paris; Marjorie Miller in San Salvador; William D. Montalbano in Miami; Charles T. Powers in Warsaw; Michael Ross in Cairo; Don A. Schanche in Rome; Rone Tempest in New Delhi; William Tuohy in Bonn; Dan Williams in Mexico City; Nick B. Williams, Jr. in Bangkok Copy Editors: Larry Snipes, Steve Mitchell Staff Artist: Jim Owens Researchers: Aleta Embry in Washington; Guillermo Fernandez in Buenos Aires; Katsumi Kobayashi in Tokyo; Carol Masciola in London; Greg Rice and Tracy Thomas in Los Angeles; John Rigos in Greece; Alice Sedar in Paris

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