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Ty Ross Comes Clean

Update: Tom Keane

Asian Denial

POZ TV

Touch Me, Heal Me

What's AIDS got to do with it?

S.O.S.

The HIV Beltway

GMHC Goes for a Ride

Things are Looking Up

NIH Names Head of AIDS Research

Voila! AIDS as Art

Philly, the Sequel?

Living Proof

HIV VIPs

One Voice

MAC to Pass PCP Soon

What Next?

Randy Shilts Dies at 42

Bob Hattoy, On The Record

AIDS Zen

Health

Alternative Health

Holistic Turnaround

The Sunshine Boys

The Arts

Life

Media

Revis On Top

Eat It, Beat It

HIV Testing Requirements for Entry Into Foreign Countries

HIV Standard of Care



Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle

Shingles

Herpes Simplex Virus

Syphilis & Neurosyphilis

Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

Hepatitis & HIV


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April / May 1994

POZ TV

by Staff

A pair of PBS specials puts AIDS in perspective

Two of the most worthwhile AIDS-related television programs can be had on just one night, on just one station this month. Two specials having distinctly different tones and approaches still manage to capture the spirit of AIDS to great effect. The shows will be aired back-to-back nationally on PBS on April 12.

The first, AIDS Research: The Story So Far, looks at the most current efforts to treat, cure and prevent AIDS. The special investigates the achievements, setbacks and continuing challenges in the battle against AIDS. AIDS Research<.i> examines current scientific efforts to develop new drugs and to create a safe, effective vaccine; it will also highlight attempts to learn why HIV affects individuals in different ways.

Premiering immediately after AIDS Research, is a moving special entitled After Goodbye: An AIDS Story. this show looks at the toll AIDS has taken on the Dallas’ turtle Creek chorale which has lost 60 of its once 200 members to AIDS over the past decade. The program shows the continual process of grief and healing the chorale members go through as they prepare for a performance.




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