NBC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 11, 1984
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REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(Bethesda, Maryland) Findings of government study on dangers to fetal development from alcohol consumption during pregnancy examined; opposite approaches of Sandra Rivera and Phyllis Levine described. [LEVINE - explains abstinence.] Simone Anderson, born to alcoholic mother, said illustrating medical community's concern; details given. [Dr. James MILLS - recommends not drinking during pregnancy.] Study's statistical findings outlined on screen. [MILES - explains significance of results.]
REPORTER: Robert Bazell
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