AIDS research experts, activists, and reporters discuss the state of AIDS research and how the Clinton administration should respond to the crisis.
AIDS research experts, activists, and reporters discuss the state of AIDS research and how the Clinton administration should respond to the crisis. Long-term AIDS survivors, singer-songwriter Michael Callen, marathon runner Darcy Ike, and actor Tonya Hall share their stories and discuss the progress of HIV/AIDS research.
AIDS activist Peter Staley, journalist Laurie Garrett, Dr. Wafaa El-Sadr, and Dr. Jonathan Mann review the state of HIV/AIDS research, education, and prevention. Dr. Jonathan Mann, former global AIDS chief for the World Health Organization, explains that the AIDS epidemic is accelerating while global response is declining, and why. Playwright Larry Kramer, founder of GMHC and ACTUP!, expresses optimism about Clinton's focus on AIDS research, and presents his autobiographical play "The Destiny of Me."
A panel of doctors, reporters, and activists who attended the International AIDS Conference discuss disturbing information about a possible, new AIDS-like virus. Director Brian De Palma explains why his adaptation of "Bonfire of the Vanities" failed, and his new film, "Raising Cain."