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A Closer Look (Beating the Odds) #707933

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 13, 2002
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Statistics cited on in vitro fertilization.

(Livingston, New Jersey: John Mckenzie) The exciting new procedure of "embryo screening" for infertile couples featured; details given of how the process works to increase pregnancies, decrease miscarriages & identify genetic problems. [New mother Diane RINALDI‡- talks about her miscarriages before the new procedure.] [St. Barnabas Medical Center Dr. David SABLE†- says the procedure minimizes the risk for miscarriage.]

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) The ethical controversy over embryo screening noted; University of Minnesota's Dr. Jeffrey Kahn† quoted.

Mckenzie, John;
Vargas, Elizabeth

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