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Medicine: AIDS Conference / Protests, Sullivan #333383

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 24, 1990
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(Studio: Richard Schlesinger) Report introduced.

(San Francisco: Susan Spencer) Protests at the closing of the AIDS conference in San Francisco featured; scenes shown of demonstrators creating chaos in the conference halls. [Health and Human Services Secretary Louis SULLIVAN - says we are here to show administration's concern.] [HHS spokeswoman Kay JAMES - states Sullivan's position.] [AIDS conference Paul VOLBERDING - comments.] Gay pride parade through streets of San Francisco shown. Issue of AIDS activists versus researchers on the front lines noted. [National Insts. of Health Dr. Anthony FAUCI - says activists can contribute to scientists' mission.] Decision that international AIDS conferences will no longer be held in United States as long as people with AIDS are kept out noted.

Schlesinger, Richard;
Spencer, Susan

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