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Houston, Texas / Octuplets / Premature Baby Care #177765

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 27, 1998
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(Studio: Morton Dean) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) Death of one of the Houston octuplets featured; statement from Texas Children's Hospital and the parents, Nkem Chukwu and Iyke Udobi, quoted. [NYU School of Medicine Dr. Martha CAPRIO-LAGOS - comments on the medical condition.] The health of the surviving babies reviewed.

(Studio: Morton Dean) Report introduced.

(New York: Jami Floyd) How micro-premature babies are kept alive featured. [Winthrop University Hospital Dr. Warren ROSENFELD - says a medical team and equipment is needed for each baby to fight their medical problems by setting up a uterine-like environment.]

Dean, Morton;
Floyd, Jami;
Osunsami, Steve

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