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In Depth (Chemicals: Fertility) #611829

NBC Evening News for Monday, Apr 01, 1996
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Washington: Robert Hager) The potential threat posed by chemicals to the human race's reproductive systems examined; details given from the new book Our Stolen Future concerning the lower sperm count in males today. [Author/scientist Theo COLBORN - says chemicals are interfering with fertility of the human race.] [Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center's Dr. Harry FISCH - denies sperm counts are lower.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Environmental journalist Ronald Bailey's dissenting opinion on the subject featured. [BAILEY - says the book is just speculation and that the media is just looking for a story and says fertility rates have not changed.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Hager, Robert

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