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A Closer Look (The Future: Medicine) Part III #183135

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 06, 1999
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Medical breakthroughs in the 20th century mentioned.

(New York: John McKenzie) The future for genetic medicine in the 21st century examined; details given of how a gene analyzer will examine a patient's genes to predict disease, how gene therapy and disease treatment will work. [National Institutes of Health Dr. Francis COLLINS, Harvard University professor Walter GILBERT, University of Southern California Dr. W. French ANDERSON - cite one's list of diseases, how therapy could prevent a predicted potential disease and cure gene-based diseases.]

Jennings, Peter;
McKenzie, John

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