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Med.: AIDS / Conference / Verhoef Ban #326809

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 05, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) International conference on AIDS reported opening tomorrow in California. Report introduced.

(Chicago, Illinois: Gary Reaves) Dutch researcher/AIDS victim Hans Paul Verhoef reported being held in Saint Paul, Minnesota, jail; details given of United States law that bars AIDS victims from other countries from entering United States and Verhoef's plans to attend AIDS conference in San Francisco, California. [VERHOEF - says he does not intend to spread AIDS.] [INS spokesperson Dean HOVE - says he's following law.] [Conf. coordinator Ellen RATNER, Representative Nancy PELOSI - comment.]

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Reaves, Gary
Duration:
00:02:00

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