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Nightline #647704

ABC Special for Tuesday, Nov 01, 1994

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  • Live interview by Ted Koppel (ABC) with former National Football League physician Dr. Rob Huizenga re: ethical issues related to professional football teams' physicians treating and evaluating the seriousness of players' injuries.
  • Taped segments with Armen Keteyian (ABC), former football player Curt Marsh, Huizenga, Dr. Lon Castle of the NFL Team Physicians Society, New York Giants Dr. Russell Warren, Jacksonville Jaguars VP Michael Huyghue, Jacksonville (Florida) hospitals venture coordinator Frank Pierce, Bill Mason of Baptist Health Systems, San Francisco 49ers Dr. Michael Dillingham, and Carolinas Medical Center VP Alan Taylor.

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