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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Studio: Edie Magnus) Heterosexual spread of AIDS featured; scenes shown from World Health Organization meeting in Geneva. [WHO Dr. Michael MERSON - comments on AIDS risk.] WHO statistics on heterosexual transmission of AIDS in United States and worldwide cited. [AIDS project, Los Angeles, Lee KLOSINSKI, University of California, San Francisco, Nancy PADIAN - comment on heterosexual transmission.] Incidence of heterosexual transmission of AIDS in the United States said to be rising. [National Insts. of Health Dr. Anthony FAUCI - comments on AIDS risk for heterosexuals.] Factors increasing risk of heterosexual AIDS infection outlined on screen. [Harvard Medical School Dr. Deborah COTTON; on "The Arsenio Hall Show", Earvin "Magic" JOHNSON - comment on safe sex.] Discussion held comparing AIDS risk for men and women.
- Magnus, Edie;
- Rather, Dan
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