CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 25, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Possible dormancy period of AIDS virus according to British economy reported; details given.
(DC: Susan Spencer) Status of efforts to find vaccine for AIDS examined; details given, scenes shown. French scientist Dr. Daniel Zagury's experiment on self and staff with vaccine he's developing cited as ex. [Dr. Allan GOLDSTEIN - supports such risks.] [Dr. C. Everett KOOP - cautions against optimism.] Problems faced in developing AIDS vaccine outlined on screen, discussed. [AIDS project spokesperson Michael BROWN - notes current generation's problem.]
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