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Focus (Health: AIDS Treatment) #585169

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 22, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(Sao Paulo, Brazil: Noah Nelson) AIDS treatment of Dr. Joseph Barbosa and Korean Dr. Yung Suk Yung involving 15 days in Brazil of what they call unibiotics featured; cost of the program for a group of Americans who participated noted. [AIDS patient Arturo CASTILLO - comments on Barbosa.] [BARBOSA - speaks to AIDS patients about "journey of hope."] Photos shown of treatments. [In shadow, AIDS PATIENT - talks about tea Barbosa had him drink.] [Two AIDS PATIENTS - comment on paper they had to sign.] Photo shown of the late Luis Cardozo, who Barbosa said had been cured of AIDS. [BARBOSA - refuses to comment.] [AIDS specialist Dr. Mervyn SILVERMAN - says Barbosa should be put behind bars.] Barbosa's legal deal with the state of Texas noted.

Nelson, Noah;
Utley, Garrick

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