Jon Cohen AIDS research collection [electronic resource].

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Cohen, Jon, 1958-. Jon Cohen AIDS research collection [electronic resource].

Jon Cohen AIDS research collection [electronic resource].

Jon Cohen is a science reporter for Science magazine, 1990-present. Materials in the collection were collected by Cohen during his research on AIDS and the writing of his 2001 book, Shots in the Dark: The Wayward Search for an AIDS Vaccine. Includes correspondence, reports, journals articles, newsletters, activist materials, corporate promotional materials and conference materials relating to AIDS.

32 linear feet (7,349 digital objects)

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