CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 11, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Dallas: Bob McNamara) The fears about this year’s flu outbreak featured; details given about the vaccine shortage due to the high demand. [Swedish Medical Center, Seattle, Dr. Michael TUGGY@- says we’re reserving our doses for the high-risk groups.] [Fetal medicine specialist Dr. Jeanne SHEFFIELD@- comments on risks for pregnant women.] [Dallas Parkland Hospital Dr. Kathleen DELANEY@- downplays the risk of influenza.] [White County Medical Center Dr. Randy MATTOX@- comments on the demand for the vaccine.]
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