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MORRISON GOES PUBLIC TODAY WITH HIS HIV INFECTION
Published February 15, 1996
Heavyweight Tommy Morrison's new conference at 3:00pm EST today will be televised live by ESPN and ESPN2. Morrison will also appear on the second half-hour of CNN's "Larry King Live," which starts at 10:00pm EST (THE DAILY). NEW YORK GETS ON BOARD: The NY State Athletic Commission said yesterday it would screen boxers annually for HIV, but it has not yet been determined how to implement pre-fight testing (N.Y. TIMES, 2/15). Promoter Don King also said he will require all fighters on his future cards to be tested for HIV (PHILA. DAILY NEWS, 2/14).