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Special Assignment (AIDS: Facts and Fears) (Part V) #98654

ABC Evening News for Friday, Sep 27, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(San Francisco, California) Illnesses related to acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) but not necessarily resulting in full-blown AIDS, known as AIDS related complex (ARC) examined; scenes, photos shown. [Dr. Harold JAFFE, Dr. Don. ABRAMS - explain ARC's probable status.] [ARC victims Chuck FRUTCHEY, Rob DONTAS - describe their symptoms.] [JAEFE, ABRAMS - note ARC victims appear to be from same high risk groups vulnerable to AIDS.] [DONTAS - notes psychological pressure of diseases.] Usual sources of death from ARC listed on screen, explained; possibility of finding treatment for AIDS among ARC victims discussed. [DONTAS - comments.]
REPORTER: George Strait

Jennings, Peter;
Strait, George

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