State Line: It's in the Blood, September 2, 1983
Host Alan Christian discusses the AIDS virus with guests Scott Stamford of Baltimore Health and Resource Organization (HERO) and Bradley Bender of the National Institute of Health. Jeffrey Cole interviews Bob James, a gay man diagnosed with AIDS, and several members of Baltimore HERO. Cole also interviews medical professionals such as Dr. Bernard Branson, who has treated most of Baltimore's AIDS patients, Dr. Richard Levitt of University of Maryland, and Dr. John Bartlett and Dr. Paul Ness of Johns Hopkins Hospital. Topics covered include the treatment of AIDS, research into the cause of the disease, the fear of contracting the disease, and the response of the gay community.
Maryland Public Television
North America; United States of America
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