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Tuberculosis #286481

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 19, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Chicago, Illinois) Scenes from American Lung Association film "You Can Lick TB" shown. [Dr. James GALLAI - notes early death rate from disease.] Continue survival of Tuberculosis in US examined; details of disease given. Apparent impact of refugee influx on rising Tuberculosis rate noted. [Chicago Lung Association spokesperson John KIRKWOOD - notes link between Tuberculosis and economy status.] Center for Disease Control's supervise of Tuberculosis clinics ntnwide. discussed. [Health investigator Jose SANTIAGO - notes lack of cure for inconsistent treatment.] [Janet BROWN - is progressing in her recovery.]
REPORTER: Frank Currier

Currier, Frank;
Rather, Dan

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