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(Studio) Acquired immuno-deficiency syndrome (AIDS) reported spreading to children.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(NYC) Possibility that AIDS has spread to infants and children examined. [Dr. James OLESKE - describes infected children's possible source of contamination.] No. reported cases since 1978 graphed on screen; severity of epidemic said more lethal than Legionnaires disease or toxic shock syndrome. [Center for Disease Control spokesperson Dr. Harold JAFFE - notes unknown potential for AIDS.] AIDS symptoms listed on screen.
REPORTER: David Culhane
- Culhane, David;
- Rather, Dan
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