"60 MINUTES" LISTINGS FOR SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 2010
PATENTED GENES - Should companies be able to own human genes? Morley Safer examines the idea of biotech firms patenting genes for profit, a controversy now being played out in courts of law. Deirdre Naphin is the producer.
AMERICA'S GIFT - Many Ugandans have been saved by an American program that provides affordable anti-retroviral medicines to fight HIV and AIDS. But as a result, people are now becoming less fearful of the virus and continue to spread it by practicing unsafe sex. Bob Simon reports. Robert Anderson is the producer.
GOING SMOKELESS - As cigarette sales plunge, tobacco companies are marketing new, smokeless products to skirt smoking bans and keep customers. Lesley Stahl investigates the pros and cons of the new products. Karen Sughrue is the producer.