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AIDS / Great Britain #307486

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 21, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) World Health Org.'s assessment of international status of acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) outlined.

(London, England: Tom Fenton) AIDS' growth rate in Edinburgh, Scotland, and Britain's launching of public education campaign examined; details given, scenes shown. [Dr. Roy ROBERTSON - cites relationship between disease's spread and drug addicts.] [WOMAN - comments.] [ROBERTSON - notes Great Britain's heterosexual community is the prime transmitter of AIDS.] Prostitute "Jackie's" weekly clientele load described. No. children born with AIDS there this year mentioned. [City council member Tony Lester - calls for isolating victims on an island] [Prime Min. Margaret THATCHER - cites role of individual responsibility in halting epidemic.] [Bishop High MONTEFIORE - notes chastity halts disease.]

Fenton, Tom;
Rather, Dan

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