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Special Assignment (Heart Attacks and Strokes) #64404

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 06, 1980
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Flint, Michigan) Controversy surrounding use of aspirin in treatment of heart disease examined; films, diagrams shown. Results of 2 studies, the Amos and the Paris, outlined; details given on screen Possible rely of aspirin to treatment for stroke-prone people considered; findings of Canadian study outlined on screen. General assessment of situation discussed. Dr. Robert LEVY - comments.] Results of ABC News survey of nation's cardiologists with regard to use of aspirin outlined on screen. [Dr. Emmanuel GOLDBERG - comments.] Aspirin as preventative considered.
REPORTER: Dr. Marshall Goldberg

Goldberg, Dr. Marshall;
Robinson, Max

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