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AIDS at 30: Who's at Greatest Risk of Infection Now?

  • Aired: 06/07/2011
  • 12:41
  • Rating: E
In the spring of 1981, young gay men in New York and California were being sickened by rare forms of pneumonia and cancer, and the unknown disease fueled fears across society. What we now know as HIV/AIDS was once considered a death sentence. Ray Suarez reports on the state of the disease, plus the risks, treatment and research.
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