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Artificial Heart / Haydon, Schroeder #302305

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 10, 1985
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(Studio) Contd. progress of artificial heart recipients Murray Haydon and William Schroeder described.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Louisville, Kentucky) Humana Hospital's crackdown on media access to artificial heart recipients examined. [Dr. William DeVRIES - refuses comment on Haydon.] Hospital's former courting of media attention recalled. [DeVRIES - comments on media.] [Dr. Keith REEMTSMA - supports Humana's new restrictions on press.] ["Louisville Courier-Journal" spokesperson Leonard PARDUE - fears lack of information will have adverse effect on public.] [Stanford Univ. spokesperson Barton BERNSTEIN - doesn't believe such experiments are justified; is concerned about secrecy in light of federal funding.] [DeVRIES - defs. program.]
REPORTER: Karen Stone

Schieffer, Bob;
Stone, Karen

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