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Campaign 2008 / Edwards / Elizabeth's Cancer / Winer, Anania Interviews #855500

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 22, 2007
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(Phnom Penh: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Washington: Candy Crowley) The announcement of the spread of the breast cancer of Elizabeth Edwards, wife of presidential candidate former Senator John Edwards, featured; details given about her stage four cancer. [In Chapel Hill, North Carolina, John EDWARDS - says her cancer is back, but we are committed to the cause.] [Elizabeth EDWARDS - comments on her support and her husband's reserve.] [Elizabeth's doctor Lisa CAREY†- comments on survival rates.]

(Studio: John Roberts) The backgrounds of the Edwardses, their family and their political life reviewed; scenes and photos shown. [Elizabeth EDWARDS - talks about her son's legacy and their kids on the campaign trail; speaks about her cancer and her life in the bubble.]

(Studio: John Roberts) Live interview held with Dana-Farber Cancer Inst. Dr. Eric Winter about Elizabeth's breast cancer. [WINER - says this breast cancer is controllable if not curable; outlines the treatments she will likely have in the near future, including "smart" drugs; speaks about the specifics of metastatic cancer.]

(Studio: John Roberts) The raw data on breast cancer outlined on screen.

(Studio: John Roberts) Taped interview held with Elizabeth's brother, Jay Anania†, about his sister. [ANANIA - talks about how his sister is handling the news of the results of her bone and soft tissue scans; comments on how the kids are handling the news about their mother and how the news will affect the political campaign.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Roberts, John;
Crowley, Candy
Duration:
00:13:30

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