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AIDS Quilt #402306

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Oct 12, 1996
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(Studio: Martin Savidge) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jeff Levine) The national AIDS quilt featured; scenes shown from Washington, DC, where the entire 38,000 panel patchwork quilt is laid out on the National Mall. Protests over the enormous price of AIDS drugs by activists outlined. [Act Up Steve LeBLANC, AIDS Action Council Christine LUBINSKI, AIDS policy director Patsy FLEMING - say they have more answers but little access; say the drugs need to be affordable.] [Pharmaceutical Research Dr. John BEARY - attempts to justify the high cost of the drugs.] [FDA (Food and Drug Administration) David FEIGAL - comments.]

Levine, Jeff;
Savidge, Martin

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