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Health officials released statistics showing that for the year 1992 AIDS replaced heart disease and stroke as the leading killer of men in San Francisco, California.
Dr. Sandra Hernandez, the city's public health director, called the statistics the sad legacy of the AIDS epidemic.
"These findings indicate the magnitude of the AIDS impact on our population," Hernandez said. "Although the number of new San Francisco AIDS cases peaked in 1992 ... the number of people living with AIDS, …