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Don Quixote in Newark

Don Quixote in Newark

Special | 1h 23m 17s | WETA Passport

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"Don Quixote in Newark" tells the inspiring story of James Oleske, the New Jersey pediatrician who identified HIV/AIDS in children. His scientific breakthrough, the outcome of dedicated work in an underfunded community hospital, changed the profile of AIDS forever and was instrumental in the discovery of the HIV virus. At the same time, his remarkable work spearheaded new forms of patient care.

Aired: 06/08/22 | Expires: 06/07/25 | Rating: TV-14

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