AIDS Quarterly, The; Profile of an Epidemic
STOPPING AIDS: STOPPING DRUGS, THE ART OF MEDICINE - GEORGIA OTV FEED MASTER: TAPE LABELED 5
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- AIDS Quarterly, The
- Profile of an Epidemic
- Program Number
- Series Description
This news and documentary series of magazine format shows is targeted to reach the people who are facing crucial decisions about the AIDS epidemic. The program addresses public policy, scientific, legislative, service, research, and community decisions related to AIDS. Series release date: 2/1989
- Program Description
This episode of "The Aids Quarterly" focuses on the medical aspects of the epidemic. Includes are segments on AIDS research and its implications for the science of psychoneuroimmunology (PNI): a profile of two doctors--one in Massachusetts, the other in Iowa--and how AIDS has affected their practice of medicine, and a look at how billions of dollars of federal research is spent and who gets it.
- Asset Type
- Media Type
- Public Affairs
- Blake, Jeanne (Series Producer)
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