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Jeff Getty papers
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Jeff Getty (1957 July 14-2006 October 9) was an AIDS treatment activist. In 1995, Getty became the first person to receive a transplant of baboon bone-marrow. Personal research files; article clippings; correspondence with physicians; and protocols and consent forms documents Getty’s participation in the transplant procedure. Also include are ACT UP Golden Gate materials on xenotransplants; a draft of Getty’s memoir; CDs and VHS from AIDS activist events; and t-shirts related to AIDS activism.
3.75 linear feet (3 cartons)
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Collection is open for research.