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(Studio: Connie Chung) FDA (Food and Drug Administration) reported giving condom mfrs. permission to promote safety aspect of product in relationship to AIDS.
(Austin, Texas: Dennis Murphy) Popularity of condoms among college students due to AIDS threat examined; details given, scenes shown. [STUDENTS - discuss issue.] [Protection Connection representative Sid GRAEF - explains bus.] [Connection REP. - thinks market is unlimited.] [Dr. Albert MEISENBACH - doubts students are actually using condoms.] Ethical and legal issues linked to condom distribution on campuses discussed. [Boston College student body president Jill ALPERT - doesn't believe condom distribution is the answer.] [STUDENTS - debate issue.]
- Chung, Connie;
- Murphy, Dennis
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