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Colon Cancer / Reagan #301417

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 20, 1985
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(Studio) Questions with regard to President Reagan's health since his bout with cancer in the summer noted, along with White House silence on president's health.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) Scenes from July, 1985, shown. [National Cancer Institute spokesperson Dr. Steven ROSENBERG - comments on Reagan's cancer.] Potential for recurrence of cancer, as stated in summer, noted. New information re: prognosis, according to article in American Medical Association pathology journal detailed. [Pathologist Dr. Robert HUTTER - comments on difference between Dukes A and B type colon cancer.]
REPORTER: Dr. Bob Arnot

Arnot, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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