Resources

BOOKS BY OR ABOUT OUR CAST AND ADVISORS

Feldman, Eric A., and Ronald Bayer. (ADVISOR) Blood Feuds: AIDS, Blood, and the Politics of Medical Disaster.  New York: Oxford University Press, Inc., 1999.

Kuhn, Dana. (INTERVIEW)  The Trail of AIDS in the Hemophilia Community, 4th Ed..  Washington, DC:  Committee of Ten Thousand, 1995.

Massie, Robert, and Suzanne Massie.  Journey: The Classic Story of a Son’s Illness and a Family’s Courage.  New York:  Ballantine Books, 1973.

Pemberton, Stephen. (ADVISOR)  The Bleeding Disease: Hemophilia and the Unintended Consequences of Medical Progress.  (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2011).

Resnik, Susan. (INTERVIEW & ADVISOR)  Blood Saga:  Hemophilia, AIDS, and the Survival of a Community.
Los Angeles:  University of California Press, 1999.

Shaw, Donna. (INTERVIEW).  Series of articles on hemophilia/HIV.  Philadelphia Inquirer. 1994-1996.

ONLINE RESOURCES

HANDI. National Hemophilia Foundation’s Information Resource Center.

Tainted Blood.  Includes chronology of significant events worldwide in the HIV/AIDS tragedy.

The Body.  Information on HIV/AIDS.

ADDITIONAL READING (SELECTED RESOURCES)

“100 Years of Biologics Regulation,” U.S. Food and Drug Administration. FDA Consumer magazine, July-August 2002.

In Their Own Words: NIH Researchers Recall the Early Years of AIDS.”

Berridge, Virginia and Philip Strong, eds. AIDS and Contemporary History. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1993.

Blake, John B., ed. Safeguarding the Public: Historical Aspects of Medicinal Drug Control. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press

Brinkhous, Kenneth M., Shanbrom, Edward et al. “A New High-Potency Glycine Precipitated Anti-Hemophiliac (AHF) Concentrate: Treatment of Classical Hemophilia and Hemophilia with Inhibitors,” The Journal of the American Medical Association. August 28, 1968.

Decker, Shawn. My Pet Virus : The True Story of a Rebel Without a Cure. New York: Tarcher, 2006.

DePrince, Elaine.  Cry Bloody Murder:  A Tale of Tainted Blood.  New York: Random House, Inc.  1997.

Drake, Donald.  “The Disease Detectives Puzzle Over Methods of Control.”  Philadelphia Inquirer. Philadelphia, Pa.: Jan 9, 1983. pg. A.1

Gaul, Gilbert.  “The Blood Brokers (series).”  The Philadelphia Inquirer.  Sept. 1989.

Gray, Laura, and Christine Chamberlain.  The Gift of Experience:  Conversations About Hemophilia.  Boston: The Boston Hemophilia Center, 2007.

Grmek, Mirko D. History of AIDS: Emergence and Origin of a Modern Pandemic. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1990.

Hilts, Philip J. Protecting America’s Health : The FDA, Business, and One Hundred Years of Regulation. New York: University of North Carolina P, 2004.

Institute of Medicine, Forum. Blood Banking and Regulation : Procedures, Problems, and Alternatives. Ed. Edward A. Dauer. New York: National Academies P, 1996.

Korwek, Edward L. “Human Biological Drug Regulation: Past, Present, and Beyond the Year 2000.” Food and Drug Law Journal 50, Special Issue (1995): 123-150.

MacKay, Kathy Seward and Stacy Milbouer.  Dying in Vein: Blood, Deception…Justice.  Hollis: Hollis Publishing Company, 2004.

Massie, Robert K.  “Blood Feud.” The New Yorker. 16 June 1997:  98-106.

Massie, Jr., Robert K.  The Role of the Pharmaceutical Industry in the Collection, Processing, and Distribution of the National Blood Resource.  Washington, DC: Prepared for the Offices of Senator Henry M. Jackson, 1974.

O’Donnell, James, and Laura A. Carpenter. Drug Injury : Liability, Analysis, and Prevention. Boston: Lawyers & Judges Company, Incorporated, 2005.

Petersen, Melody. Our Daily Meds : How the Pharmaceutical Companies Transformed Themselves into Slick Marketing Machines and Hooked the Nation on Prescription Drugs. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2008.

Reitman, Judith.  Bad Blood: Crisis in the American Red Cross.  New York: Kensington Publishing, Corp. 1996.

Rock, Andrea. “Inside the Billion-Dollar Business of Blood.”  Money.  March 1986:  153-160+.

Sermos, Gus. G. Doctors of Deceit and the AIDS Epidemic—A View from the Inside. McComb, Miss.; GGS Publishing, 1988.

Shilts, Randy.  And The Band Played On.  New York:  St. Martin’s Press, 1987.

Sox, Harold, Chair, Institute of Medicine.  HIV and the Blood Supply: An Analysis of Crisis Decisionmaking.  Washington, D.C.:  National Academy of Sciences, 1995.

Starr, Douglas.  Blood: An Epic History of Medicine and Commerce.  New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1998.

Swann, John P. “Food and Drug Administration.” A Historical Guide to the U. S. Government, George Thomas Kurian, ed., pp. 248-254. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998

Temin, Peter. Taking Your Medicine: Drug Regulation in the United States. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1980

Titmuss, Richard M.  The Gift Relationship: From Human Blood to Social Policy.  New York: The New Press, 1997.

Wintrobe, Maxwell M., ed. Blood, Pure and Eloquent : A Story of Discovery, of People, and of Ideas. New York: McGraw-Hill Education, 1980.

FILMS (SELECTED RESOURCES)

“The Age of AIDS.”  Frontline.  PBS.  WGBH/Boston. 2006.

“AIDS, Blood, & Politics.”  Frontline. PBS.  WGBH/Boston. 30 Nov. 1993.

“And The Band Played On.”  HBO. New York, NY, 1993.

“Red Gold: The Epic Story of Blood.” PBS. Thirteen/WNET. 23 June 2002.

“Reporter Zero.”  Independent Film by Carrie Lozano.  San Francisco, CA, 2005.

“An Unexpected Life: Living with Hemophilia.”  Alta Bates Summit Hemophilia Treatment Center.  2004.

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