Impure Science


 expand sectionIntroduction  Controversy, Credibility, and the Public Character of Aids Research

 collapse sectionPart 1  The Politics of Causation
 expand sectionChapter 1  The Nature of a New Threat
 expand sectionChapter 2  HIV and the Consolidation of Certainty
 expand sectionChapter 3  Reopening The Causation Controversy
 expand sectionChapter 4  The Debate That Wouldn't Die

 collapse sectionPart 2  The Politics of Treatment
 expand sectionChapter 5  Points of Departure
 expand sectionChapter 6  "Drugs Into Bodies"
 expand sectionChapter 7  The Critique of Pure Science
 expand sectionChapter 8  Dilemmas and Divisions in Science and Politics
 expand sectionChapter 9  Clinical Trials and Tribulations
 expand sectionConclusion  Credible Knowledge Hierarchies of Expertise, and the Politics of Participation in Biomedicine

 expand sectionNotes
 expand sectionMethodological Appendix
 expand sectionIndex

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