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May 24, 1987 | LYNN SIMROSS, Times Staff Writer
The statistics about acquired immune deficiency syndrome are easily available: 20,557 Americans have died, nearly 2,000 of those in Los Angeles County. By 1991, there will be 270,000 cases of AIDS. Nationally, health-care costs for AIDS patients have been estimated at $100 million so far; by 1991, they are expected to reach $8 billion. But the names of its victims often are not so accessible, such is the stigma of the disease.
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