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Surveys show that, after the PR campaign was in full swing, the percentage of Americans who thought it "likely" AIDS would become a full scale epidemic leaped from 51 to 69. By 1991, most agreed that married people who had an occasional affair had a substantial risk of getting AIDS. Even more remarkable, these government officials now publicly defend their deceit. If Kahn's model is correct, redirecting the 540 million now wasted on spreading the myth of heterosexual AIDS to high-risk groups - mostly gays and inner-city drug users - could wipe out new infections entirely.