ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 08, 2007
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(Washington: David Kerley) The reports of more health problem for the Aqua-Dots arts and crafts toy product from China linked to health problems in children examined; scenes shown of the boxes and beads containing a "date rape" toxic chemical. [On "Good Morning America," mother Shelby ESSES- describes what happened to her son.] [Arkansas Children's Hospital DOCTOR - talks about the chemicals on the list.]
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