CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 10, 1983
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(Studio) Dr. Barbara McClintock reported 1st woman to win Nobel Prize for Medicine on her own; details given.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Cold Springs Harbor, New York) McClintock's genetic discoveries and implications for medicine discussed. [McCLINTOCK - dismisses public recognition.] Her "jumping genes" findings and relationship to viruses explained. [McCLINTOCK - wasn't affected by scientific community's disregard for her due to belief in herself; reacts to learning amount of prize money.]
REPORTER: Bernard Goldberg
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