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Mark Schoofs's "The AIDS Race: Can New Drugs Keep Up With the Wily Virus?" [February 16] captured in a properly nuanced manner the complex set of feelings that scientists and activists are experiencing as a result of data on HIV treatments. The article was well written, engaging, and accurate. I wish I had written it.
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Kudos to Toni Schlesinger for her portrait of sanitation worker and personal trainer Vinny Rienzo [Money, February 16]. After months of columns on yuppie artists, it was refreshing to read about an everyday working-class New Yorker. Keep up the diversity!
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