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Medicine: AIDS Conference / Research and Treatment #613858

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 07, 1996
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(Studio: Len Cannon) World map shown listing HIV patients by region.

(Vancouver: Robert Bazell) The progress report on AIDS research examined upon the opening of the 11th annual AIDS conference in Vancouver, Canada; details given of the hope raised by the use of protease inhibitor drugs. [University of Pittsburgh Dr. John MELLORS - says there is optimism about suppressing the virus.] [AIDS patients Debbie GORDON, Larry LASH, Merck and Company, Incorporated, Dr. Emilio EMINI - look ahead to the future.] The high cost of this multi-drug therapy cited. [Harvard AIDS Institution Dr. Jonathan MANN - comments on drug access.]

Bazell, Robert;
Cannon, Len

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