A young medic on the battlefield in Vietnam takes human life to ease the suffering of wounded dying men. After the war young Allen Kendrick becomes a medical research scientist. As a doctor early in his medical career he heads a study of experimental drugs designed to combat HIV/AIDS Working in the California State prison system, Dr. Kendrick was the Director of a government sanctioned drug study of possible future Biological/Chemical weapons manufactured by Biodyne International. A giant a pharmaceutical company with ties to the US Military. Years later Dr. Allen Kendrick owns and runs an AIDS Treatment Clinic in Los Angeles, California. On the day he is to announce his candidacy for a US Congressional Seat, a man named Harvey Hutchinson shows up and is admitted to the clinic. Harvey is dying of AIDS, which he believes was caused by drug testing in State prison. Mr. Hutchinson is suing Biodyne International. Biodyne can not afford to have it's reputation damaged in open Court. Dr. Kendrick and the community that supports him to be their voice in the Nation's capitol, do not want a blemish on the good doctor's name. As the leader of their crusade against the spread of AIDS and crime in the black community, he is their champion. The hopes and dreams of an entire community, the future profits of a global giant and a man's life all hang in the balance of one man's fight for Justice.