Overhaul Aids Research

Bill Clinton has taken a correct first step by committing himself to naming an AIDS czar to oversee all research and prevention aimed at stopping the ravages of the disease. As many companies are discovering, business has a lot to learn about managing the welfare of employees who are stricken with AIDS. Just as there needs to be someone in each company with specific responsibility for AIDS-related policies and programs--backed from the top--the federal government also needs to pinpoint responsibility.

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