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Long Island / Marrow Donor Search #84661

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, May 04, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Lawrence, New York) Long Island community's ntnwide. search for bone marrow donor for leukemia victim Dr. Edgar Frenkel featured; Frenkel's situation explained. [FRENKEL - notes extent of search.] [Vol. Toby TRAININ - explains community's support.] Extent of community's search and fundraising efforts described. [Vol. David KOLATCH - acknowledges long shot.] [Rachelle FRENKEL - remains hopeful.] Soc. problems involved in getting information from blood ctrs. explained. [Stanford Univ. spokesperson Dr. Carl GRUMET - won't place blood donors on spot.] [FRENKEL - thinks donors should be given choice.] [KOLATCH - hopes to establish bone marrow service.]
REPORTER: Stone Phillips

Phillips, Stone;
Robinson, Max

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