LOS ANGELES : Clinic Named for AIDS Activist Rand Schrader
The AIDS clinic at the Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center has been named in honor of Rand Schrader, a Los Angeles municipal judge long active in AIDS work.
The county Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a motion Tuesday to call the clinic, known as “5P21,” the Rand Schrader Clinic in tribute to “his courage, his vision and his tenacity.”
The motion notes that Schrader pushed for the establishment of the clinic and has served on the boards of a number of community organizations.
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