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Animal Research #308560

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 04, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles, California: Terry Drinkwater) Implications of National Insts. of Health's new guidelines for animal research for research into human ailments examined; scenes shown. [Biomedical Research Fndn. spokesperson Frankie TRULL - thinks public is greatest loser if animal research is halted.] Role of animal rights groups in revealing abuses of animals by researchers at University of Pennsylvania, City of Hope and Columbia Univ. reviewed. [New York ASPCA spokesperson John KULLBERG - thinks NIH's temporary shutdown of Columbia is justified.] [Jim WINTRICH - thinks animal research will aid his multiple sclerosis treatment.] [ProPets, Incorporated spokesperson Michael GIANNELLI - explains his position.] [Dr. Lawrence COHN - responds.] [University of Southern California spokesperson William BLACKMORE - supports guidelines on animal research.]

Reporter(s):
Drinkwater, Terry;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:30

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