CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 23, 2011
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(San Francisco: John Blackstone) The impact of the late actress Elizabeth Taylor as an AIDS activist reviewed; scenes shown from San Francisco's Maitri AIDS care facility. [In 1986, at Congressional hearings, TAYLOR - says we need more money for AIDS.] [Maitri residents Barbara EGLAND, Ksea FLUX, Rock Hudson's doctor Michael GOTTLIEB. Maitri executive director Michael SMITHWICK- talk about Taylor's advocacy and AIDS.] 5:5910Good Night
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