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President Bush scored some points by expressing his concern about AIDS. Now, those he has encouraged in a White House meeting will be looking for follow-up action.
"Some meetings are more important because they were held than what was said in them," as with Bush's meeting December 9, 1991, with top health officials and the National Commission on AIDS, said Donald S. Goldman, a commission member. "He [Bush] was clearly engaged in the issues, and hopefully that interest will be translated into action," said Goldman, an attorney and president of the National Hemophilia Foundation.
Bush was briefed in the hour-long session by U.S. …