Fifty years later, syphilis study still haunts America

On July 25, 1972, Jean Heller, an investigative reporter at The Associated Press shocked the world with a story of what is now known as the “Tuskegee Study.” Heller and a daughter of a study participant, Lillie Tyson Head, reflect on the study's legacy, fifty years later. (AP Video Allen Breed and Alyse Martin)

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