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Eye On America (Cancer: Stalking The Killer: The Survivors) (Part V) #336533

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 20, 1991
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(Providence, Rhode Island: Edie Magnus) The problems faced by survivors of cancer featured. [Actress Ann JILLIAN, HUSBAND - talk about her battle for life.] [University of California at Los Angeles research center Dr. Patricia GANZ - talks about the long-term scars.] [Survivor Lauren STERLING - talks about the stigma.] [Survivor Susan NESSIM - says her life was altered by the cure.] Scenes shown from Cancervive support group organized by Nessim. [In roundtable discussion, survivors Denise McGORRIN, Peter BASTONE, Karen KRAEMER, Keith BOESKY, Elliot WITKOW - talk about cancer.] [Democratic presidential candidate Paul TSONGAS - talks about his cancer recovery.]

Magnus, Edie;
Smith, Harry

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