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Herpes #82985

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 08, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(WA) Problems faced by herpes victims and efforts to find treatment for disease examined; disease's process illustrated on screen. ["BILL" - notes psychological impact on his life.] Acyclovir's use in treatment noted; details outlined on screen. [Dr. Lawrence COREY [SIC] - notes lack of cure- all.] Current status of international research outlined; Univ. WA's development of vaccine examined. [Dr. Lawrence COREY [SIC: not Corey as ID'd above] - cites vaccine's effect.] Possible link in herpes research dvts. to other diseases noted.
REPORTER: George Strait

Robinson, Max;
Strait, George

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