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Nightline #1004414

ABC Special for Tuesday, Oct 11, 2011

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  • Taped segment with Juju Chang (ABC), thirteen-year-old Nicolette Taylor, facial plastic surgeon Dr. Sam Rizk, Taylor’s mother Maria, child psychologist Dr. Richard Gallagher, and unidentified others re: issues related to the Taylors’ decision to let Nicolette have plastic surgery after she was teased and bullied about the shape of her nose.
  • Taped segment with Dr. Richard Besser (ABC), Global Viral Forecasting CEO Nathan Wolfe, and Global Viral Forecasting Ecology Director Matthew Lebreton re: efforts to identify possible new viruses that could threaten human beings.
  • A live discussion with Bill Weir (ABC), ABC News Political Analyst Matthew Dowd, and ABC News Political Director Amy Walter re: this evening’s Republican presidential candidates’ debate, and taped excerpts of statements by Republican candidates businessman Herman Cain, Rep. Michelle Bachmann, former Sen. Rick Santorum, Governor Rick Perry, former Governor Mitt Romney, and former Rep. Newt Gingrich.
  • Reporter(s):
    Chang, Juju

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