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The Debate over Students with AIDS in Schools
September 5, 1985 at 12:00 AM EST
5518723784The Debate over Students with AIDS in SchoolsThe New York City school board faced tough choices on AIDS policy in 1985, while AIDS patient Ryan White fought to be allowed in Indiana schools.1985-09-05 18:00:00disabled1967244488170762Brazil grapples with Zika emergency as Carnival beginsThe Centers for Disease Control have released new guidelines for combating Zika virus, including a recommendation that men refrain from unprotected sex with women who are pregnant or trying to get pregnant. Judy Woodruff talks with science correspondent Miles O’Brien, reporting from Brazil, about efforts by the CDC to work with medical services in Brazil to unravel the secrets of Zika.2016-02-05 06:00 pmhttp://www.pbs.org/newshour/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/RTX25I6U-320x196.jpgDz0f27TU_BU170685Amid death’s throes, young doctor examines life for meaningBy age 36, neurosurgeon Paul Kalanithi had earned five degrees across various fields and was at the end of a residency at Stanford. Then he was diagnosed with lung cancer, a disease that killed him 22 months later. Facing death, he wrote “When Breath Becomes Air,” a memoir of his search for meaning in his last days. His widow, Lucy Kalanithi, joins Jeffrey Brown to discuss the book.2016-02-04 18:00:00http://www.pbs.org/newshour/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/life1-320x196.jpg2365660211Af_XRTVVRnQ170547Big data meets modern medicine in a life-saving equationThere are so many ways to spend money on health care, but which offer the most bang for the buck? Dr. Chris Murray is trying to answer that question with an equation that measures the impact of different interventions. Countries that rely on big data have made big strides in health care, but some say the system ignores the human side of medicine. Science correspondent Miles O’Brien reports.2016-02-03 18:00:00http://www.pbs.org/newshour/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/modernmeds-320x196.jpg2365659060Inq2Lx9P9zg
The New York City school board faced tough choices on AIDS policy in 1985, while AIDS patient Ryan White fought to be allowed in Indiana schools.
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