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Special Segment (AIDS) #553607

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 11, 1987
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Miami, Florida: Robert Bazell) President AIDS commission shown visiting Florida AIDS victims on fact-finding tour in Florida. Criticism of commission noted. [New York City health commissioner Dr. Stephen JOSEPH - comments.] [Tufts Univ. Dr. Sheldon WOLFE - criticizes Reagan administration] [Gay Men's Health Crisis Richard DUNNE - remarks on Reagan's lack of leadership] [Reagan's advance on AIDS Jerry BOWER - responds.] President Reagan's proposal to test immigrants and prisoners said will do little to prevent spread of epidemic. Gay groups claiming discrimination noted; scenes shown. [Surgeon General C. Everett KOOP and Educ. Secretary William BENNETT - comment.] [BOWER - responds.] Public service announcements regarding AIDS shown. Effects of AIDS commission discussed.

Bazell, Robert;
Brokaw, Tom

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