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Eye On America (Medicine: Breast Cancer) #341700

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 10, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(New York: Meredith Vieira) Research project by a group of Long Island women concerned about the prevalence of breast cancer in their area featured; scenes shown from the Long Island town of West Islip, New York. [Cancer victim Lorraine PACE, Jane TINELLI - comment.] Conclusions of the state study that found no link between breast cancer and the environment outlined. [Cancer victim Victoria GLASS - comments on the study.] View held by some that breast cancer is considered just a woman's problem noted. [Radiologist Dr. Barbara EDELSTEIN, pathologist/toxicologist Dr. Samuel EPSTEIN - comment on the funding and the cancer establishment.] [National Cancer Institute Dr. Joyce O'SHAUGHNESSY - responds.]

Rather, Dan;
Vieira, Meredith

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