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Infertility Research (Part I) #292224

CBS Evening News for Monday, Aug 15, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(New Haven, Connecticut) Problem of infertility in United States and research into problem examined; films shown. [Dr. Wayne DECKER - notes myth that women can wait until mid-30s to have children free of danger.] [Nancy RITOTA - feels her infertility affects her psychologically.] Soc. attitudes complicating male infertility noted; factors causing infertility listed on screen. Response to Ann Landers' column's mention of New York fertility foundation cited. [Fertility counselor Marilyn AUSTIN - describes stress on couples trying to have baby.] [Dr. Alan DeCHERNEY - notes emotional strain on couples.] [Dorothy and Bill MOLLOY - agree.] Molloys' experience with infertility outlined as example.
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

Rather, Dan;
Spencer, Susan

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