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Child Custody Controversy / Baby Gregory #362536

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Mar 09, 1995
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Art Rascon) The 14-month custody battle for baby Gregory between the state of Tennessee, which claims the baby was abused and his parents who say their son suffers from Alagille's syndrome, a rare liver disease, featured. [Parents Mother Dr. Cheryl and Gregory BRUCE - tearfully comment on the horrible situation after they took their son to Vanderbilt University Medical Center.] [Tennessee department of human services Charles WILSON - comments on the evidence.] [Alagille's syndrome researcher Dr. David PICCOLI - says the disease and child abuse can be easily confused.] Vanderbilt Children Hospital's decision not talk about the case noted. [The BRUCES - comment on their responsibility to protect their child.]

Rascon, Art;
Rather, Dan

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