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  • Tags: Clinical trials
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Meeting at FDA Re accelerated approval

Meeting between ACT UP and other HIV/AIDS activists and employees of the Federal Drug Administration regarding recent FDA activities in accelerated approval and expanded access to drugs.
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Epidemiology Meeting between ACT UP and NIAID about First Natural History Study of Women with HIV, Tape 3 of 3

Meeting between NIAID employee Diane Hartnell and ACT UP, Women with HIV/AIDS, and AIDS activists in Bethesda, Maryland about AIDS research. Side B includes discussions about first women's natural history study with other NIAID employees.
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Epidemiology Meeting between ACT UP and NIAID about First Natural History Study of Women with HIV, Tape 2 of 3

Meeting between NIAID employee Diane Hartnell and ACT UP, Women with HIV/AIDS, and AIDS activists in Bethesda, Maryland regarding research, including the ACTG, women's natural history, sexual health, pregnancy, and questionnaires.
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Epidemiology Meeting between ACT UP and NIAID aboutĀ·First Natural History Study of Women with HIV, Tape 1 of 3

Meeting between NIAID employee Diane Hartnell and ACT UP, Women with HIV/AIDS, and AIDS activists in Bethesda, Maryland regarding the inclusion and diversity of women in AIDS studies, sexual health, ACTG, and pediatric care.
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Meeting between ACT UP and CDC about changing the definition of AIDS: Tape 2 of 2

Meeting at the CDC in Atlanta, Georgia between representatives of ACT UP and CDC Officials about changing the Centers for Disease Control's definition of AIDS to include infections that women and injection drug users were getting.
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Meeting between ACT UP and CDC about changing the definition of AIDS: Tape 1 of 2

Meeting at the CDC in Atlanta, Georgia between representatives of ACT UP and CDC Officials about changing the Centers for Disease Control's definition of AIDS to include infections that women and injection drug users were getting.