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Leonard Lopate - AIDS: Then & Now

WNYC

In 1987, The Leonard Lopate Show produced a five-part series looking at the AIDS pandemic from all angles, just as the disease began to wreak havoc in New York City and across the country. We’ll revisit the issues we discussed 1987 with leading researchers and activists on the frontlines and look at how day-to-day life with HIV is different in 2010.

In 1987, The Leonard Lopate Show produced a five-part series looking at the AIDS pandemic from all angles, just as the disease began to wreak havoc in New York City and across the country. We’ll revisit the issues we discussed 1987 with leading researchers and activists on the frontlines and look at how day-to-day life with HIV is different in 2010.
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New York, NY

Networks:

WNYC

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In 1987, The Leonard Lopate Show produced a five-part series looking at the AIDS pandemic from all angles, just as the disease began to wreak havoc in New York City and across the country. We’ll revisit the issues we discussed 1987 with leading researchers and activists on the frontlines and look at how day-to-day life with HIV is different in 2010.

Language:

English

Contact:

WNYC Radio PO Box 1550 New York, NY 10116-1550 646-829-3985


Episodes

HIV and the World

6/28/2010
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In the final edition of our five-part series AIDS: Then Now, we look at HIV around the World, and discuss how the virus has transformed lives all over the globe. Plus we’ll look at places where infection rates are changing: either raising or falling. We're joined by: Dr. Gottfried Hirnschall, Director of the HIV Department of the World Health Organization; Dr. Chris Beyrer, Professor, Department of Epidemiology at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; and Gilles Van Cutsem,...

Duration: 00:36:16