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Special Segment: The Human Brain #538253

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 23, 1984
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(Studio) Intro. to series of reports on human brain.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(Seattle, WA) Surgical procedure on brain of Vicki Lind, as treatment of last resort for epileptic seizures and as study of brain, described. Studies of brain through surgery detailed. [Dr. George OJEMANN - comments.] Beginning of brain study through surgery noted to have been in 1930's by Dr. Wilder Penfield in Montreal. Films shown. Studies of right brain controls during Lind's surgery detailed. [LIND - feels fine.]
REPORTER: Robert Bazell

(Studio) Upcoming report in series outlined.
REPORTER: John Palmer

Bazell, Robert;
Palmer, John

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