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Fleecing of America (Medical Research) #772329

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 28, 2004
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(Kansas City: Tom Costello) The crusade to make medical research paid for by taxpayers available to taxpayers examined; details given about how the research is only available in for-profit medical journals. [Breast cancer patient crusader Julia BLICKSRID‡- says the research is only available in high-cost scholarly journals.] [University of Kansas medical library Karen COLE†- calls for access.] [NIH director Elia ZERHOUNY††- says his duty to the public is to publish.] [Assn. of American Publishers Mark BRODSKY†- says someone has to pay.]

Seigenthaler, John;
Costello, Tom

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