C. Everett Koop, Former Surgeon General, Dies at 96

Koop warned of the dangers of smoking and the AIDS virus during Reagan administration.
0:17 | 02/25/13

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-- the most outspoken surgeon generals in American history has died C. Everett -- was straight talking Doctor Who -- -- the dangers of smoking. And the realities of the AIDS virus during the eighties nominated by Ronald Reagan -- said he wanted to -- smoking in America by the year 2000 he made great strides. He was 96.

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