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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(New York: Sharyl Attkisson) The mass marketing of hormone replacement therapy, despite its many risks, explored; details given of the promotion of HRT by physicians with financial ties to drug makers. [Barbara Jean House’s daughter Sherry ZANTER- comments on her deceased mother’s use of HRT.] [Former “McCall’s” health editor Hilary MACHT FELGRAN- says drug companies supplied the media with information exaggerating the benefits of HRT and downplaying the risks.] [Menopause specialist Dr. Lila NACHTIGALL- says she has ties to no one.] [The Cleveland Clinic Dr. Wulf UTIAN- says it’s hard to know when there is a conflict of interest.]
- Rather, Dan;
- Attkisson, Sharyl
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