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Body Scanners #512303

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 31, 1980
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(Studio) Body scanners for examining human body featured.
REPORTER: Jane Pauley

(Chicago, Illinois) [Med. College of Wisconsin Dr. Victor HAUGHTON - speaks of technique.] [NURSE - speaks with patient.] Criticism of new scanners as upping health costs noted. [Mallinckrodt Institution Dr. Ronald EVENS - says scanners save money.] PETT scanners called new development [Med. School of Washington Univ. Dr. Michael TER-POGOSSIAN - speaks of PETT scanner.) University of California at Los Angeles medical center scenes shown. New scanner being built at National Insts. of Health, using no radiation, featured. [National Insts. of Health Dr. David HOULT - speaks of expectations from new machine.) Expense of machines noted.
REPORTER: Barry Kaufman

Reporter(s):
Kaufman, Barry;
Pauley, Jane
Duration:
00:03:20

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