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In Depth (AIDS Drugs) (Part II) #613118

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 24, 1996
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Statistics on AIDS in America given.

(New York: Robert Bazell) The genuine hope for recovery by AIDS patients spurred by recent technological breakthroughs in treatment and response to drugs called protease inhibitors outlined; details given of the successful new drug combinations. [AIDS patients Larry LASH, Aaron Diamond Institution Dr. David HO, AIDS activist Larry KRAMER, AIDS patient Scott DOWIE - comment on the positive signs caused by the drugs.] [AIDS specialist Dr. Marcus CONANT - comments on the astronomical cost of the drugs and the treatment.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Interview with Clinton appointee/National AIDS policy director Patricia Fleming presented. [FLEMING - comments on the high cost of the drugs and the hope that the drug give.]

Bazell, Robert;
Brokaw, Tom

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