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America Votes 2008 / McCain / Health Records #1027118

CNN Evening News for Sunday, May 25, 2008
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(Studio: Richard Lui) The release of Senator John McCain's medical records noted.

(Fountain Hills, Arizona: Sanjay Gupta) McCain’s health issues, including his melanoma/skin cancer, shoulder issues and vertigo, reviewed.

(Studio: Richard Lui) Earlier discussion held with McCain biographer Robert Timberg† about McCain’s 5½ years as a P.O.W. during the Vietnam war; photos shown. [TIMBERG – notes McCain was beaten and tortured; says he called his guards names and made gestures of defiance; states the Vietnamese tried to send McCain home but he wouldn’t go.]

Lui, Richard;
Gupta, Sanjay

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