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Growing Up in the Age of AIDS #647212

ABC Special for Sunday, Feb 02, 1992

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  • A live town meeting forum re: AIDS with Peter Jennings (ABC), including the participation of Krista Blake, Dr. James Curran of the Centers for Disease Control, San Francisco General Hospital AIDS Program Director Dr. Paul Volberding, Dr. Nancy Snyderman (ABC), Dr. Tim Johnson (ABC), Surgeon General Dr. Antonia Novello, Focus on the Family President Dr. James Dobson, youth evangelist Miles McPherson, high school health teacher Martha Roper, Dr. Karen Hein, George Strait (ABC), Gay Men's Health Crisis attorney David Barr, Stephen Young of the Health Insurance Association of America, Yolanda Serrano of the Association for Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation VP Dr. Ruby Hearn, parent/child communication expert Adele Faber, International AIDS Conference Chairman Dr. Jonathan Mann, AIDS patient Henry Nichols, and unidentified others.
  • A music video by Salt-n-Pepa entitled "Let's Talk About AIDS".
  • A taped profile by Betsy Aaron (ABC) of Amy Dolph.

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