CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 09, 1983
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REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Miami, Florida) Public's response to officials' efforts to locate foster home for abandoned 14 month-old AIDS victim examined; child's mother mentioned dying recently. Films shown. [Dr. Gwen SCOTT - describes child's current condition, prognosis.] Center for Disease Control's assessment of number infants in United States suffering from AIDS mentioned. [Florida department of health spokesperson Jay KASSACK - describes difficulty in finding home for AIDS child.] [Dr. James OLESKE - believes foster home is not at risk by accepting AIDS infant.]
REPORTER: Steve Kroft
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