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Medicine: Breast Cancer / Diet and Cancer #343301

CBS Evening News for Friday, Mar 13, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Medical discovery by Japanese doctors of defective genes that cause some breast cancers reported. Report introduced.

(Studio: Dan Rather Edie Magnus) Studies linking chemicals in some vegetables to cancer prevention examined. [President BUSH - says "I do not like broccoli."] [Institution for Hormone Research Dr. Jon MICHNOVICZ - talks about research on chemical i(e)ndocarbonal and estrogen changes.] [Indocarbonal study volunteer Sevita McCARTHY, cancer prevention patient Ilana LEWIN - comment.] General increase in breast cancer in the United States mentioned. [Strang Cancer Prevention Center Dr. Michael OSBORNE - comments on prevention.] Studies on beta carotene and cancer prevention discussed.

Magnus, Edie;
Rather, Dan

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