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Eye On America (Unsanctioned Cancer Medicine) #362120

CBS Evening News for Monday, Mar 13, 1995
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Austin: Peter Van Sant) Dr. Stanislaw Brzynski's somewhat effective cancer treatment examined. [Patient Paul Michael's MOTHER - raves about how well her son has done with Brzynski's treatment.] [BRZYNSKI - talks about his obligation to serve patients despite a government effort to close his clinic down because of non-FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approval of the non-toxic drug Antineoplaston, which he prescribes to kill the cancer cells.] [Cleveland clinic oncology Dr. Bruce COHEN - confirms Dr. Brzynski's therapy works.] [Advanced lymphoma PATIENT, lung cancer PATIENT - say they have been cured.] [Director of pediatric neurosurgery at New York University hospital Dr. Fred EPSTEIN - comments on his sending of patients to Brzynski.] [Texas medical board MEMBER - argues in court that Brzynski should have his license revoked for noncompliance with the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) rules.] [MICHAELS - comments on the court's temporary ruling.]

Rather, Dan;
Van Sant, Peter

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