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These oral histories are available for study at:
Bound, indexed copies are available at cost for deposit in research collections. Contact:
Regional Oral History Office (ROHO)
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720
Aimed at capturing factual, contextual, and personal information that will enhance the written record, the AIDS Oral History Projects document the experience of physicians, nurses, and scientists who played key roles in the early years of the AIDS epidemic.
Links go to online full-text transcripts.
Oral histories conducted with 17 university and public health physicians, scientists, and medical administrators.
Interviews with 8 nurses, one hospital administrator, and one medical journalist at UCSF, San Francisco General Hospital, and the Visiting Nurses Association.
Interviews with medical practitioners who had large HIV practices in San Francisco and/or significant roles in early AIDS politics.