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Terminally Ill / Connecticut Aid #246565

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 22, 1976
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(Studio) Connecticut organization aids terminally ill cancer patients and their families.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Connecticut) Connecticut families receive emotional and medical support from organization called "HOSPICE." Group feels most doctors ignore terminally ill and their families. [Hospice medical director Dr. Sylvia LACK - notes family's involvement with terminally ill mbr.] Hospice helps patients at home. [Mrs. Ann CACACE - tells how Hospice helps her and her family while she is dying.] [Nicholas CACACE - describes his feelings.] [Patricia CACACE - doesn't think mother will die.] [Pamela CACACE - says Hospice gave mother more life.] Hospice helps 35 Connecticut patients. [Mrs. Ann CACACE - says Hospice should be throughout the US.]
REPORTER: Steve Young

Mudd, Roger;
Young, Steve

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