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Medicine: AIDS / Study / Acer #334767

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 24, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Government reported launching long-term study of AIDS infection progression in the body; Health and Human Services Secretary Louis Sullivan quoted. Report introduced.

(Fort Pierce, Florida: Juan Vasquez) Concern about AIDS transmission from health care professionals examined; two more patients of Florida dentist late David Acer noted testing positive for AIDS. [Patient Kimberly BERGALIS - says she's glad she spoke up.] [National Foundation for Infectious Diseases Dr. Sanford KUVIN, CDC (Centers for Disease Control) Dr. William ROPER - comment on patients' right to know.]

Rather, Dan;
Vasquez, Juan

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