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Med.: AIDS / AZT #328565

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Aug 17, 1989
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(DC: Bruce Morton) Breakthrough in AIDS research reported [Health and Human Services Secretary Louis SULLIVAN - comments on drug AZT.] Study discussed and results noted. [National Insts. of Health Dr. Anthony FAUCI, CDC (Centers for Disease Control) director James MASON - comment on early use of AZT.] [University of California, San Francisco, Dr. Paul VOLBERDING, Gay Men's Health Crisis spokesperson Richard DUNNE - comment on early detection.] [Project Inform spokesperson Martin DELANEY -comments on cost of AZT.] AIDS reported closer to being controllable disease.

Morton, Bruce;
Schieffer, Bob

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