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Medicine / Cancer Treatment #381830

CBS Evening News for Monday, May 04, 1998
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(New York: John Roberts) New possible treatments for cancer, angiostatin, discussed; method of fighting cancer growth explained; scenes shown in Rockville, MD, of researchers and lab work; diagram shown of how potential cancer treatments work. [Entremed researcher Dr. John HOLADAY - says the research is bearing fruit.] [Children's Hospital researcher Judah FOLKMAN (over phone)- describes effectiveness of new drugs in mice.] [Cornell Med Center Dr. Anne MOORE - would call the potential cancer drugs miracles.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Interview held with CBS medical consultant Dr. Bernadine Healy. [HEALY - explains excitement about new drugs and hurdles drugs go through before FDA (Food and Drug Administration) acceptance.]

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Roberts, John
Duration:
00:03:40

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