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Nightline #647808

ABC Special for Monday, Apr 04, 1994

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  • Live discussion with Cokie Roberts (ABC), National Institutes of Health Director Anthony Fauci, and Professor Robert Root-Bernstein re: challenges to the current approach of AIDS research which focuses on HIV to the excusion of other possible causes.
  • Taped segment with Michael Guillen (ABC), biochemist Kary Mullis, biologist Peter Dusberg, excerpt of 1984 statement by then Health and Human Services Secretary Margaret Heckler, author Jon Rappoport, AIDS activist Jerry Terranova, biologist Bryan Ellison, Fauci, former Harvard Professor Charles Thomas, and AIDS researcher Dr. Shyh-Ching Lo.

  • Reporter(s):
    Roberts, Cokie;
    Guillen, Michael

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