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Artificial Heart #301375

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 19, 1985
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(Studio) Use of Jarvik 7 artificial heart to keep alive a Minnesota woman until human heart found for transplant noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Minneapolis, Minnesota) Details given with regard to Mary Lund's surgery to receive artificial heart. Scenes shown from Minneapolis Heart Institute [Abbott Northwestern Hospital spokesperson Dr. Fred GOBEL - comments.] Photo of Lund shown and details of her life in Kensington, Minnesota, noted. [GOBEL - comments on smaller size of artificial heart for Lund.] Transplant surgeon, Dr. Lyle Joyce, reported to have assisted Dr. William DeVries in artificial heart transplant of Barney Clark; scenes and photograph shown. FDA's testing re: DeVries' use of artificial heart reported; scenes shown. William Schroeder's health condition as result of strokes after transplant noted.
REPORTER: Ned Potter

(Studio) Update given on Lund's condition.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

Potter, Ned;
Rather, Dan

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