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Heart Disease (Part I) #287241

CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 03, 1983
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REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) Role of high tech in prolonging and improving quality of heart attack victims' lives examined. [Herb GUERIN, Violette IMONTI, James BROWN - describe their experiences with heart attacks.] Heart attack related statistics outlined. [Dr. Bernadine BULKLEY - notes doctors' new willingness to take risks to help patients.] [Dr. Levi WATKINS - discusses success of heart defibrillator.] Survival of heart-lung transplant recipient Philip McGrath discussed. [McGRATH - praises his current life.] Dr. Jean Kan's use of new surgery technique on heart patient David Dove described, shown. [KAN - describe's Dove's prognosis.] [GUERIN - recalls wishing for death due to quality of life prior to his entrance in experimental use of drug milri

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