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Who Pays for AIDS?

Jun. 07, 1988
60 minutes

By 1991, health care for AIDS patients in the United States could cost an estimated $16 to $22 billion. Caring for AIDS victims is overwhelming some communities. Frontline examines the impact on patients caught in the middle of a battle between local governments and Washington over who will pay for AIDS.

Producer(s): Martin Smith


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