Archive: HIV/AIDS, "Residential Schools", Mini-Med "Pap Tests"

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It's been 20 years since the first AIDS case was reported in Canada. Since then, it's estimated that the total number of AIDS cases in this country has reached 20,000. Due to education and improved treatments, AIDS cases have started to drop, but new HIV infections are on the rise and every day, a dozen more people get infected. Dr. Phillip Berger of Toronto's St. Michael's Hospital is a pioneer in treating HIV/AIDS. He'll be in to discuss the disease and answer your calls on treatment and care. This show contains 2 taped pieces, "Residential Schools" and "Mini-Med - Pap Tests". Show is phone-in based, and viewers can also participate via email.
Nov 26, 2002
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