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Medicine: AIDS Epidemic / Fauci Interview #705045

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 09, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The protests at the AIDS conference in Barcelona, Spain, against the speech by HHS Secretary Tommy Thompson shown.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Taped interview held with National Institutes of Health Dr. Anthony Fauci about AIDS. [From Barcelona, FAUCI - says the prevailing theme is the astounding number of AIDS cases coming out of Africa, China, India & the Russian federations; talks about the projections for AIDS in the next ten year; indicates the good news is we have good drug therapy, but nations will fall because of the extent of AIDS unless it is made a foreign policy issue; cites the strong involvement of non-government organizations leading to a public-private partnership.]

Brown, Aaron

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