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Artificial Heart / Haydon, Schroeder #301895

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 18, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Louisville, Kentucky) Contd. progress of 3rd artificial heart recipient Murray Haydon as predecessor William Schroeder's condition remains serious examined; photos shown. [Dr. Allan LANSING - praises Haydon's condition.] Schroeder's current status described. [LANSING - fears physical effect of Schroeder's continued depression.] Barney Clark recalled. Differing approaches to use of artificial heart implant examined; Penn State Univ.'s policy cited as example [Univ. spokesperson Gerson ROSENBERG - explains their hypothetical use of device.] [Dr. Robert JARVIK - cites need to prepare for permanency of artificial heart implant while awaiting heart transplant.]
REPORTER: Ned Potter

Potter, Ned;
Rather, Dan

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