VD: who cares?

United Kingdom, 1972

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Episode of Series “Man Alive”
VD has become the second highest notifiable disease after measles, and it is spreading among the young. Some people are beginning to ask - is this epidemic the price of the permissive society? Interviews patients and doctors at the clinics to discover how an under-resourced and outdated part of the National Health Service is coping with the situation.

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Harry Weisbloom

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