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Anencephalic Pregnancies / Insurance Coverage #868572

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 19, 1992
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(Studio: Susan Rook) The United States Mexican border site of phenomenon of birth defects.

(Brownsville, TX: Mark Feldstein) Special Assignment Anencephaly; Brownsville, TX along Rio Grande Valley, Air is polluted and water is filthy; Insurance not covering terminated anencephalic pregnancies. [Interviews with Dr. Carmen ROCCO, Brownsville Community Health Center; Maria GARZA; Teresa SALAZAR; VIrginia LISTMAN; Tyson LISTMAN; Amy JOHNSON, Texas Office of Public Council; Dr. Manuel GUAJARDO, Brownsville Physician; Dr. Dennis PERROTTA, Texas Department of Health; Janet RAMIREZ.]

Reporter(s):
Feldstein, Mark
Duration:
00:08:30

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