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American Agenda (Medicine: Human Embryo Experiments) #156094

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 27, 1994
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Washington: George Strait) The fierce battle over the ethics of scientific study of human embryos examined; cells shown. [Jones Institution Dr. Gary HODGEN, National Catholic Bishops Conference Richard DOERFLINGER - offer differing opinions on research.] The kind of knowledge that can be gained from embryonic research outlined. [Columbia Hospital/DC Dr. Preston SACKS - cites the frustration over lack of research.] [Father David ABSHIRE - explains how genetic research helped.] The recommendations of a National Insts. of Health advisory panel on embryo research detailed. [DOERFLINGER - reacts to the NIH view.] [NIH panel's Dr. Patricia KING - comments.]

Reporter(s):
Jennings, Peter;
Strait, George
Duration:
00:03:50

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