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Giffords Recovery #1007523

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 15, 2011
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.

(Studio: Bob Woodruff) The question of what is next for Representative Gabrielle Giffords, who is recovering from being shot last January, featured; scenes shown of Giffords singing words in her rehabilitation; details given about the brain, language and music therapy. [Voice of GIFFORDS - says representing Arizona is my honor.] [Columbia University professor Dr. Oliver SACHS†- says music activates the brain and creates a language area in the right hemisphere.] [In interview, GIFFORDS - speaks about Arizona and getting back to work.] [West Carolina University speech pathologist Dr. Nancy HELM-ESTABROOKS†- explains why debating would be difficult.] How recovery never ends for injury victims like himself {Woodruff} discussed.

(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The coming out of the book "Gabby" noted.

Sawyer, Diane;
Woodruff, Bob

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