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National Commission on AIDS
The National Commission on AIDS asked federal officials to delay changing the definition of AIDS to provide more time to work out potential problems it could cause.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has said it hoped to release a final regulation in January 1991 that would expand the definition of AIDS to include people who are infected with HIV, and whose immune systems are weakened, but who are not yet seriously ill.
"What may seem like a simple name change involves a lot of complex issues," said Harlan Dalton, a Yale law school professor and a member of the commission that advises Congress and the White …