NBC Evening News for Friday, Jun 19, 1992
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(Studio: Stone Phillips) Report introduced.
(Petaluma, California: Robert Bazell) Controversy over whether police radar guns cause cancer examined; recent radar gun ban in Connecticut cited; two cases detailed. [Shelton, Connecticut, patrol officer Vincent CASSERTANO, Petaluma, California, policeman Eric BENDOR - explain how they used their radar guns and developed cancer.] FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and OSHA noted stating there is no evidence the units cause cancer. [Ophthalmologist Dr, Milton ZARET, SCIENTIST - offer views on the issue.]
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