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Clinton / Health / Banbury Interview #782641

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 08, 2005
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Studio: Elizabeth Kaledin) Former President Bill Clinton's return to the hospital for more surgery to repair a complication from his heart bypass operation 6 months ago featured; scenes shown of Clinton & former President George Bush at the White House, where they briefed President Bush on their tsunami relief efforts; animation shown of the procedure to drain fluid from Clinton’s lung. [CLINTON – says it’s a routine deal.] [New York-Presbyterian Hospital Dr. Allan SCHWARTZ†- describes Clinton’s discomfort.] [President BUSH – jokes about the 2 former presidents playing golf.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Taped interview held with the Cleveland Clinic’s Dr. Michael Banbury† about Clinton’s operation. [BANBURY – says this is an elective procedure; discusses how Clinton’s condition affects his schedule; states the risk is quite low.]

Rather, Dan;
Kaledin, Elizabeth

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