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Medicine: AIDS / CDC Guidelines #336201

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 04, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Edie Magnus) CDC (Centers for Disease Control) plan to make a list of procedures that HIV-infected health care workers could not perform without informing their patients about their condition featured; scenes shown from meeting in Atlanta. [CDC (Centers for Disease Control) Dr. William ROPER, surgeon Jeff WIZOFF, American Medical Association Dr. Nancy DICKEY - comment on AIDS risk.] [Physicians for Human Rights Dr. Neil SCHRAM, American Dental Association, Walter LAMACKI - oppose CDC (Centers for Disease Control) plan.] American Dental Association and American Medical Association positions on the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) plan noted; scenes shown of Kimberly Bergalis, who contracted AIDS from her dentist. CDC regulations and options reviewed.

Reporter(s):
Magnus, Edie;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:30

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