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July 24, 1992 | KRISTINA LINDGREN and ROBERT STEINBROOK, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Amid the clutter of his UC Irvine immunology lab Thursday, Dr. Sudhir Gupta posed this way and that for one television news crew after another. Gupta holding a tray of vials; Gupta standing next to a sample cabinet. Dan Rather's "CBS Evening News" crew rolled in next, moving the nattily dressed immunologist to the next room, where he sat before a refrigerator to explain for the umpteenth time: No, he had not discovered a new AIDS virus.
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July 24, 1992 | KRISTINA LINDGREN and ROBERT STEINBROOK, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Amid the clutter of his UC Irvine immunology lab Thursday, Dr. Sudhir Gupta posed this way and that for one television news crew after another. Gupta holding a tray of vials; Gupta standing next to a sample cabinet. Dan Rather's "CBS Evening News" crew rolled in next, moving the nattily dressed immunologist to the next room, where he sat before a refrigerator to explain for the umpteenth time: No, he had not discovered a new AIDS virus.
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July 24, 1992 | KRISTINA LINDGREN and ROBERT STEINBROOK, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Amid the clutter of his UC Irvine immunology lab Thursday, one television crew after another posed Dr. Sudhir Gupta this way and that. Gupta holding a tray of vials; Gupta standing next to a sample cabinet. Dan Rather's "CBS Evening News" crew rolled in next, moving the nattily dressed immunologist to the next room, where he sat before a refrigerator to explain for the umpteenth time that, no, he had not discovered a new AIDS virus.
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July 24, 1992 | KRISTINA LINDGREN and ROBERT STEINBROOK, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Amid the clutter of his UC Irvine immunology lab Thursday, one television crew after another posed Dr. Sudhir Gupta this way and that. Gupta holding a tray of vials; Gupta standing next to a sample cabinet. Dan Rather's "CBS Evening News" crew rolled in next, moving the nattily dressed immunologist to the next room, where he sat before a refrigerator to explain for the umpteenth time that, no, he had not discovered a new AIDS virus.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 7, 1986
Boats Donated to UCI: Recent donations of two boats to UC Irvine will mean more money for the campus' sailing program and for medical research, the university announced. Ship architect C. W. Lapworth donated a 30-foot sloop that he designed. The sloop, appraised at $35,000, will be sold and the proceeds will be used to benefit the UCI Sailing Program. Mildred Mead donated a 44-foot diesel cruiser, appraised at $72,500, that also will be sold.
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May 22, 1991 | ERIC LICHTBLAU, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Physician Nardinar Singh heard the news from a patient in his Orange office. A colleague at UC Irvine caught AIDS researcher Sudhir Gupta coming out of a meeting, asking him urgently, "Did you hear what happened?" And a friend found Shubho Shankar, son of the famous sitarist, by phone at home in Garden Grove to pass along word of the day's events.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 25, 1995
Campus scene IRVINE Medical Assn. Honors UCI Immunologist Medical professor Sudhir Gupta, UC Irvine's chief of immunology, was recently presented the Distinguished Physician Award from the Indian Medical Assn. of Southern California. UCI professor of biological sciences Ralph Bradshaw, was recently elected president of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. Campus veterinarian Clifford Roberts, director of university animal resources, received the Legion of Merit award.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 14, 1992 | BILL BILLITER
An AIDS expert attending a national convention in Anaheim said Tuesday that a newly found, AIDS-like syndrome is not being spread by an infection, is very low in incidence and is no cause for public alarm. Dr. Scott Holmberg, chief of the AIDS special study section of the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta, said federal studies have found very few cases of the recently discovered ailment. The malady is like AIDS in that victims lose their immune system.
HEALTH
March 15, 2004 | Martin Miller, Times Staff Writer
Since announcing his HIV infection in 1991, former Laker Earvin "Magic" Johnson has been the nation's most visible symbol of the increasing longevity of people with HIV infection. Now he's endorsed a nutritional supplement that the manufacturer says will boost the immune system. "I feel better than I ever have," Johnson said in a news release announcing his advertising campaign for the product, called My Defense.
NEWS
August 9, 1992 | MARLENE CIMONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The AIDS researcher who has been studying the largest number of mystery cases of patients suffering from severe immune deficiency--but who show no signs of infection with either of the two known AIDS viruses--said Saturday he has found little evidence so far that a new AIDS-like virus is responsible. Dr.
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July 24, 1992 | MARLENE CIMONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Experts gathered at the eighth International Conference on AIDS insisted Thursday that there is no reason for undue alarm over reports of a possible new virus that may be linked to a baffling series of AIDS-like cases, and they predicted that researchers will unravel the mystery quickly. To that end, World Health Organization officials announced that they plan to hold a meeting soon to determine the extent of the cases. U.S. experts said they will step up their investigations of the phenomenon.
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