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Liver Transplants #291034

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 19, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) Todd McNeely's successful liver transplant last year noted. [Linda McNEELY - notes son's survival depended on transplant.] Liver transplant recipients' party to honor Dr. Thomas Starzl and his transplant team featured. [Joe YOMTOOB - praises Starzl's vision.] Films of David Yomtoob months ago and today, after transplant, shown. [David YOMTOOB - equates Starzl with God.] No. of donors needed currently mentioned. [Parichehr YOMTOOB - hopes public recognizes need for organ donors.] [Rick KOSCIK - encourages those waiting for organ.]
REPORTER: Andrea Naverson

Dean, Morton;
Naverson, Andrea

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