The Oregonian – If some of the world’s top AIDS researchers sign a radical manifesto linking drug policy to AIDS prevention, and the world shrugs it off, how radical is it, really?

Scientists and other AIDS experts who have signed the Vienna Declaration — 14,756 people in all, as of Friday — appear to have a “tree that falls in the forest” problem. They’re doing their best to shout in the world’s ear, but the world thus far doesn’t seem to be taking much notice.

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