HIV Scare Sends Adult Film Workers to Clinic Another case of HIV in Southern California's multi-billion-dollar adult film industry raises more new fears. Many who work on the films are turning to a clinic that serves most of the actors and actresses who appear in pornographic films. Alex Cohen of member station KQED reports.
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HIV Scare Sends Adult Film Workers to Clinic

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HIV Scare Sends Adult Film Workers to Clinic

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HIV Scare Sends Adult Film Workers to Clinic

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Another case of HIV in Southern California's multi-billion-dollar adult film industry raises more new fears. Many who work on the films are turning to a clinic that serves most of the actors and actresses who appear in pornographic films. Alex Cohen of member station KQED reports.