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Countdown To 2000 (Cancer Treatment: Angiogenesis Inhibitors) #385187

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 19, 1999
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(No location given: Elizabeth Kaledin) Experimental cancer treatments called angiogenesis inhibitors {SU5416, endostatin, combretastatin} examined; animated diagram shown of how the drugs work. [Colon cancer patient Yuly KIPERVARG - says he had doubts about survival.] [Jonsson Cancer Center Dr. Lee ROSEN - says Yuly's cancer is in remission.] [Cleveland cancer patient Gayle GORDON - hopes a new treatment will save her life.] [Ireland Cancer Center Dr. Scott REMICK - says cancer may be able to be managed; says one man's tumor has disappeared.] [Cancer patient Clayton TWIGG - says he hopes the new drug treatment helps others.]

Reporter(s):
Kaledin, Elizabeth;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:04:10

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