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Infertility (Part II) #292247

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 16, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Bayside, New York) Medical advances in treatment of infertility examined; photos of embryos shown. Difficulties faced by those wishing to adopt child described; Bill and Dorothy Molloy's experience cited as example [Dorothy and Bill MOLLOY - discuss psychological strain of situation.] Various medical procedures and soc. alternatives to infertility listed on screen, discussed; test tube baby Louise Brown mentioned, shown. [Dr. Alan DeCHERNEY - cites need for increased in vitro fertilization.] Resolve organization's efforts to counsel infertile couples noted. [Resolve spns. Lynn DREW, Brian KELLY - regret society's attitude towards subject.] [Dorothy MOLLOY - fears she'll never become pregnant.]
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

Rather, Dan;
Spencer, Susan

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