It wasn't long ago that being diagnosed with AIDS was a death sentence. However, facing impending death, a group of mostly HIV-positive men and women took on the pharmaceutical industry despite having no training in order to get medication to patients in need. This is the story of ACT UP and TAG (Treatment Action Group), two coalitions who identified promising new drugs and got them to patients in record time, making AIDS a more manageable condition.
|Producer(s):||David France, Howard Gertler|
|Writer(s):||David France, T. Woody Richman, Tyler H. Walk|