NBC Evening News for Monday, Apr 15, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(Atlanta, Georgia) Indications that acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) epidemic in United States is growing examined; prostitution's role in heterosexual transmission of AIDS explained. Disease's predominance among gay males and researchers' belief that AIDS originated in Central Africa discussed; Zaire's rate cited as example [Dr. Robert GALLO - notes African epidemic began among predominantly heterosexuals.] No. Americans believed already infected with AIDS outlined on screen. [Dr. James CURRAN - cites long-range implications for current carriers.]
REPORTER: Robert Bazell
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