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Baby Fae Death #87719

ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 16, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Loma Linda, California) Death of Baby Fae after living record time with baboon heart transplant examined. [Dr. Leonard BAILEY - praises infant, parents.] Circumstances surrounding child's death last night described. [PHYSICIAN - had expected baby to survive.] Background to baboon heart transplant reviewed. [Dr. Sandra NEHLSEN-CANNARELLA - notes knowledge gained with Baby Fae.] [BAILEY - recalls comments of child's mother.]
REPORTER: Andrea Naverson

(Barstow, California) Reaction here to Baby Fae's death examined; films shown. [Kim MILLER, Bud RAEDEL, Nancy POOLE, WOMAN, "Desert Dispatch" publisher Abe SANCHEZ - lament child's death; offer burial plot; remain committed to fund-raising drive for child's family.]
REPORTER: Gary Shepard

Jennings, Peter;
Naverson, Andrea;
Shepard, Gary

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