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Alcoholism / Rand Report #44319

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 01, 1976
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(Studio) Research scientists criticize Rand Corporation report that suggests some reformed alcoholics can return to moderate drinking.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(DC) Alcoholism affects 9 million Americans and costs United States billions each year in lost work time. [Med. director General Motors Corporation Dr. Nicholas PACE - says report raises false hopes for reformed alcoholics.] [Chairperson California alcoholism advisory board Dr. Mary PENDERY - says concerned that people think report is the latest findings.] Rand report authors say new look needed at alcoholism treatment.
REPORTER: Joe Templeton

Reasoner, Harry;
Templeton, Joe

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