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December 09, 1985

The New York State Health Department said it will designate hospitals around the state to provide comprehensive treatment for AIDS patients to cut the high cost of care needed by victims of the deadly disease. The program, known as the Case Management System, calls for the state to reimburse the hospitals for a percentage of their AIDS-care costs, said health department spokesman Peter Slocum.

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