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Special Segment (The Cost of Living) #508051

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 24, 1980
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(Studio) Report introduced.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Seattle, WA) Fin. aspects of maintaining life of critically ill examined; case of Hugh Solven cited as example [SOLVEN - comments.] Dispute among physicians at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center over cost of keeping patients alive discussed; patient Tim Martin incld. in report Findings of study re: fins. outlined. [Doctors Thomas PRICE, Eric LARSEN - comment.] [Transplant researcher Reg CLIFT - responds.] Death of Martin shortly after completion of this report noted. ["Sic", see correction, 11-25-80,5:53 :50.) REP ORTER: Robert Bazell

Chancellor, John

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