01/04/1987 Ronald Reagan declares AIDS "public health enemy No. 1." in a speach in Philadelphia
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Reagan called for morality in educating young people about the dangers of AIDS while declaring it enemy No. 1. In his speech, he said that while almost every other known disease can be rapidly diagnosed and treated, AIDS is an obvious and disturbing exception. He pointed out the importance of prevention since there was no cure.
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