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Reagan / Health #311953

CBS Evening News for Friday, Aug 08, 1986
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Report introduced.

(DC: Bill Plante) President Reagan reported undergoing urological exams tomorrow; details given, scenes shown. His cancer surgery last year recalled. Test process and doctor's focus explained, illustrated on screen. [Dr. Frederick HENDRICKS - cites possible problem sources.] President's history of urological problems reviewed. [Dr. LaSalle LEFFALL - doubts cancer has spread to urinary system.] Vice President George Bush mentioned in Maine this wkend. ["Fortune" magazine spokesperson Marshall LOEB - describes President's appearance.] Nancy Reagan's role in publicity surrounding husband's health noted. Tomorrow mentioned anniversary of Richard Nixon's resignation; Dwight Eisenhower mentioned.

(Studio: Charles Kuralt, Susan Spencer) Med. community's perception of situation considered.

Kuralt, Charles;
Plante, Bill

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