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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Amsterdam: Edie Magnus) The issue of how to prevent AIDS that is being discussed at the international AIDS conference featured; update given on the cases of patients with AIDS-like symptoms, but no traces of the HIV viruses. [CDC (Centers for Disease Control) Dr. James CURRAN - gives AIDS projections.] [Bronx Lebanon Hospital Dr. Jonathan GOLD - comments.] Programs in the Netherlands for drug addicts and prostitutes that keep AIDS from spreading detailed; scenes shown. [Amsterdam municipal health service Ernst BUNING - talks about needle exchanges for drug addicts.] [US Drug Control Policy director Bob MARTINEZ - opposes needle policy.] [Amsterdam Rainbow Foundation Marianne GROEN, PROSTITUTE - comment.] Sex education approaches of the Netherlands and the United States government compared. [US Surgeon General Antonia NOVELLO - comments.] Statement from National Insts. of Health Dr. Anthony Fauci about the so-called mystery virus discussed.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Testing of new AIDS drug, BHAPE, from Upjohn reported.
- Magnus, Edie;
- Rather, Dan
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