This collection of original essays addresses some of the important
problems ,",'e have come to group under the short name "AIDS." It
differs from most works on AIDS in two related ways. First, its focus is
on the moral choices of individual practitioners rather than no empirical
research or social policy. Second, the practitioners whose problems
are discusst~d include-besides the more usual physicians and nursesdentists,
counselors, preschool teachers, business managers, college
administrators, lawyers, clergy, journalists, and politicians.