ABC Special for Wednesday, Oct 22, 1997
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Live discussion with Ted Koppel (ABC), Pharmanex President William McGlashan, Journal of the American Medical Association Editor Dr. George Lundberg, and University of Pittsburgh Alzheimer's Disease Research Center Director Dr. Steven Dekosky re: the results of a study reported in JAMA concerning the use of ginkgo biloba for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease. Taped segment with Michel McQueen (ABC), Alzheimer's patient's daughter Bobbi Horowitz, Alzheimer's patient's wife Pam Kunkemueller, radio health show host Dr. Derrick DeSilva, New York University Aging Research Director Dr. Steven Ferris, ginkgo biloba researcher Pierre LaMars, Dr. Timothy Johnson (ABC), WPLG- TV Medical News Producer Scott Stachowiak, Lundberg, and unidentified others.
- McQueen, Michel
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