How Dr. Fauci handled the AIDS crisis
Clip: 03/21/2023 | 4m 34s
Dr. Fauci's response to the AIDS crisis in the 1980s was first widely criticized by LGBTQIA+ activists. "We wanted treatment because we were sick ... And that's what led us to you," said AIDS activist David Barr. However, in later years he became a widely respected ally, eventually developing lifelong friendships with the activists.
Aired: 03/21/23 |
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