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Iran Crisis / Queen #271693

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 15, 1980
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(Studio) Richard Queen, until last week a hostage in Iran, reported suffering from multiple sclerosis.
REPORTER: Douglas Edwards

(NYC) Queen's symptoms, apparently beginning after he was taken hostage in November, outlined; films shown. Multiple sclerosis explained. [Dr. Jerome KORCAK - describes Queen's reaction to diagnosis.] [Harold QUEEN - comments on disease.] Lack of scientific proof that stress causes multiple sclerosis noted. [Neurologist Dr. Charles PLANK - discusses the disease.] Queen said planning to return to United States and hopefully resume foreign service duties.
REPORTER: David Culhane

(Studio) State Department reported announcing Queen's return to United States on Friday
REPORTER: Douglas Edwards

Culhane, David;
Edwards, Douglas

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