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Health Watch (Angioplasty) #600692

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 18, 1994
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(Studio: Stone Phillips) Report introduced.

(Miami: Robert Bazell) Cardiologists' concern over the increasingly commonplace nature of balloon angioplasties for heart patients examined. [Mt. Sinal Medical Center cardiologist Dr. Paul VIGNOLA, Harvard University Dr. Thomas GRAYBOYS - explain why there are too many angioplasties.] Doctor profit on this surgery, the factor of hospital competition in cities like Miami and advice to heart patients outlined. [Miami delicatessen owner Joseph NEVELL - talks about his health.]

Bazell, Robert;
Phillips, Stone

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