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AIDS: A National Inquiry

Mar. 25, 1986
120 minutes

Fabian Bridges, a homosexual prostitute, bragged he had sex with six partners a night and refused to stop even though he knew he had AIDS. In a special broadcast, Frontline first follows Bridges' tragic journey across the US and later, a panel of national experts, led by Harvard Law School professor Charles Nesson, discuss how Americans should respond to this urgent public health issue.

Producer(s): Michael Kirk
Michael Mierendorf
Ben Loeterman


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