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Fetal Research #234786

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 10, 1974
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(Studio) Abortion still delicate issue in US. Fetal research now under attack.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Boston, Mississippi) Catholics upset because fetuses used for research after abortions performed. [Boston city council Albert O'NEIL - insists something must be done about abortion and fetal research.] Doctors at Boston City Hospital arrested for fetal research. [Defense lawyer Neal CHAYAT - insists fetus not a person according to law.] [Commissioner Leon WHITE - finds doctors innocent of inconsistent behavior.] Fetal research needed. [Dr. Arthur HERTIG - says doctors shouldn't be restricted in fetal research.]
REPORTER: Sylvia Chase

Chase, Sylvia;
Mudd, Roger

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