ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 15, 1980
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(Studio) Richard Queen, recently released from captivity in Iran, reported having multiple sclerosis.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings
(Wiesbaden, West Germany) [Dr. Jerome KORCAK - describes Queen's reaction to diagnosis.] [Harold QUEEN - comments on multiple sclerosis.] Physician quoted re: multiple sclerosis; symptoms of multiple sclerosis. Queen said suffering from listed on screen. His arrival here last Saturday and improved condition since noted. Possible treatments for some multiple sclerosis symptoms but lack of cure for the disease mentioned.
REPORTER: Bob Dyk
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