CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 07, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(NYC: Richard Roth) American Med. Association's recommendation that some patients stockpile own blood supply for later transfusions explained, discussed; scenes shown. [Dr. Jerry IVERSON - describes patient's reaction to concept.] AIDS and hepatitis risk in donated blood cited. [American Medical Association spokesperson Dr. Ira FRIEDLANDER - explains AMA's recommendation.] [American Red Cross spokesperson Dr. Lewellys BARKER - fears negative impact on blood donations.]
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