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Anemia (Missing In Action) / Frohnmayer Case #319075

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 25, 1988
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Report introduced.

(Eugene, OR: Jerry Bowen) Last year's report on Oregon attorney general Dave Frohnmayer's search for relatives after finding that his daughters are suffering from Fanconi's anemia recalled. [PEOPLE - comment on Frohnmayer girls.] [DAUGHTER - comments on her situation.] Girls noted needing bone marrow transplants; tissue-matching problems discussed. [Parents Lynn and Dave FROHNMAYER - comment on situation.] Vol. Canadian genealogists shown helping Frohnmayers. [Canadian Red Cross Dr. Max GORELICK - likens situation to finding needle in haystack.] National Bone Marrow Registry in Saint Paul, Minnesota, featured; details given, scenes shown. [Registry spokesperson Dr. Jeff McCULLOUGH - comments on situation.] [Dave and Lynn FROHNMAYER - comment.]

Bowen, Jerry;
Kuralt, Charles

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