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Resource ID: #17885
Subject: AIDS
Source: Washington Post Magazine
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Date: 27-May

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"Twenty years after the first official reports of a mysterious, deadly illness, powerful drugs are keeping people like Laurita Patten and Michael Mancilla alive-for now." Reporter Paula Span discusses drug treatments that are prolonging life for AIDS patients, but also examines how these drugs have given many people a false reassurance to this deadly disease.

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