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Medicine: AIDS / Marches / Bedford, Texas #135340

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 02, 1991
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Fund-raising marches for AIDS in Boston and Providence, Rhode Island, shown. Report introduced.

(Bedford, Texas: Charles Murphy) Hospital's handling of news of death of anesthesiologist Dr. Humberto Guajardo from AIDS examined; scenes shown from Harris Methodist H.E.B. Hospital in Bedford, Texas. [Hospital volunteer Sharon ANTHONY - describes tone of calls.] [Chief of internal medicine Dr. Gary JONES, hospital director Bill WHITMAN - minimize risk from anesthesiologist to patient and talk about informing patients.] [PATIENT, Bedford RESIDENT - react.]

Murphy, Charles;
Sawyer, Forrest

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