There's been a sharp increase in the number of HIV and AIDS cases in Russia over the past year. Some say the country is now in the same place the U.S. was in the early 80s. A sharp increase in IV drug use has helped fuel the rapid increase. Though some Russian doctors understand the scope of the problem, the Russian government seems unwilling to address the issue, setting the stage for even worse problems in a few years' time. Anne Garrels reports.