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Med. AIDS / Conference / Vaccine #321727

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 15, 1988
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Researcher quoted at International AIDS Conf.

(Stockholm, Sweden: Susan Spencer) International AIDS Conf. featured; details given, scenes shown. [National Cancer Institute Dr. Samuel BRODER - comments on difficulty in finding one drug to cure AIDS.] Soluble CD-4 discussed. [California Institution of Tech. Brad JAMESON - comments on compound.] Soluble CD-4's actions on AIDS virus illustration [Biogen Incorporated spokesperson David KONYS - comments on Soluble CD-4.] [Massachusetts General Hospital Dr. Robert SCHOOLEY - comments on AIDS.] Researchers quoted with regard to Soluble CD-4's effectiveness on animals. [University of California Dr. Jay LEVY - worries about compounds' effects upon humans.] Treatment noted appealing because it is non-toxic; AZT mentioned.

Kuralt, Charles;
Spencer, Susan

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