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Nightline: Tainted Blood #649323

ABC Special for Wednesday, Dec 27, 2000

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Taped segments with Cynthia McFadden (ABC), victim's mother May Pipert, Centers for Disease Control former investigator Dr. Don Francis, former Alpha Corporation President Tom Drees, victim's mother Colleen Wilson, and unidentified others, and a live discussion between McFadden and Boston University Professor Douglas Starr re: evidence that the blood clotting medicine Factor VIII, routinely given to hemophiliacs twenty years ago, was contaminated with the HIV virus.

Duration:
00:30:00

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